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Infinera introduces Instant Bandwidth on DTN-X enabling software activation of 100G

November 16, 2012
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Infinera has introduced Instant Bandwidth on the DTN-X platform allowing network operators to rapidly deploy bandwidth in 100 gigabits per second (100G). Instant Bandwidth enables service providers to differentiate their services by shortening provisioning times and accelerating service delivery while simultaneously reducing time to revenue.

Instant Bandwidth enables an architecture where bandwidth can be provisioned on demand and potentially moved throughout the network in the future, as an example to respond to a natural disaster or scheduled events like popular sporting competitions. In contrast, conventional solutions result in higher operational expenses and longer lead times because they require multiple costly and time consuming activities for every 100G of network capacity.

TeliaSonera International Carrier (TSIC) is the first company to deploy the Infinera DTN-X platform with Instant Bandwidth for their nationwide 100G U.S. network. TSIC can turn up 100G of transport capacity via one-click software control enabling the rapid deployment of new services to their customers.

Commenting on the launch, Dave Welch, Infinera co-founder, executive vice-president and chief strategy officer, says,  “Instant Bandwidth on the DTN-X creates more opportunities for our customers to win by using time as a weapon to compete and respond to increasingly variable demands to flexibly grow and manage network capacity. Software activated bandwidth changes the business model and the economics of transport networking, accelerating time to revenue for operators while boosting their competitiveness.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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