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Advanced Optical Technologies and Their Potential Deployment Timeframes

Graca Carvalho and Peter Tomsu
Next generations of advanced optical networks will not only see a tighter coupling of the control plane with IP, they also need to satisfy all requirements coming from bandwidth intensive users and applications, as well as distributed computing and computational Grids. This paper discusses the change from today’s widely used static Optical Wavelength Switching (OWS) networks to different new architectures based on overlay controlled OWS networks, to peer controlled OWS networks and finally highlights the approach to further increase in the granularity of network resources by the introduction of Optical Burst Switching (OBS).

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This presentation is part of session Advances in IP/Optical Networking.

 


   
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