Looking Beyond 2020 – Nokia’s Vision for the Future of Optical
Nokia’s vision and strategy for insight-driven optical networking enable operators to drive revenue growth, lower TCO and unlock value creation. Get an overview of our key strategic pillars of WaveFabric hardware, WaveSuite software, and the WaveHub ecosystem that help scale networks, automate services and operations and facilitate partner innovation
Enabling 400G Everywhere – electro-optics innovation for the 400G era and beyond
The Nokia WaveFabric Elements portfolio powers the 400G ecosystem with a new approach and technologies to scale and contain costs. Learn about WaveFabric Elements “400G anywhere” applications and use cases based on an innovative portfolio of PSE coherent DSPs, silicon photonics optical engines, and pluggable transceivers and modules
Realizing automated services and operations
Transform your network with Nokia WaveSuite, a portfolio of open applications that orchestrate, automate, assure, and optimize optical network capacity and services. Learn about WaveSuite components for Service Enablement, Node Automation, and Network Insight. Understand how WaveSuite is a key component in the Nokia insight-driven optical network model supported by Nokia NSP, WaveFabric hardware, open APIs, and WavePrime professional services.
Scaling switching and spectrum – maximizing your fibre investment
Nokia advanced wavelength routing solutions enable network agility and scale for the 5G and cloud era. Learn how leading service providers and Internet Content Providers are using Nokia coherent-optimized ROADMs that leverage CDC-F technology and industry-leading C+L-band solutions to maximize capacity and fiber plant investments, enable automation, and increase network reliability. And, hear how you can differentiate your service offering with Nokia spectrum sharing technology
Boosting Mobile Transport for 5G and C-RAN
Accelerate your move to 5G and C-RAN to meet growing demand and service diversity. Learn how the Nokia Optical Anyhaul solution, enabled by 1830 VWM and 1830 TPS, allows your transport network to cost-effectively scale and reach more endpoints, so you can densify your network with more cells for greater capacity and coverage. And, understand how it eases your move to C-RAN architectures by delivering the capacity, ultra-low latency, and highly accurate synchronization distribution needed to boost RAN performance.
Optimizing Solutions for Enterprise and Data Center connectivity
Cloud-based applications have created tremendous needs for optical networks and bandwidth to interconnect data centers. Learn how Nokia’s compact, modular, and flexible 1830 PSI transponder and line system platforms deliver DC-optimized solutions. And, learn about Nokia WaveLite easy-to-deploy, purpose-built solutions for enterprise DCI and WAN connectivity.
Delivering agile and profitable business services with OTN
Service providers are facing opportunities and challenges meeting increased demand and bandwidth needs for enterprise private line/business services. Learn about the scalable, agile and efficient Nokia OTN business services solution for TDM and Ethernet services. See how the solution leverages complementary 1830 ONE and 1830 PSS/-x systems to enable differentiated services based on seamless TDM-to-OTN transformation and flexible, scalable, high-quality service transport and switching capabilities.
Packet-Optical Integration for the 400GE era
Continued scaling in packet-based traffic is driving ever-greater router capacity and increases in port speeds, with 400 Gigabit Ethernet becoming the new standard for WAN-side IP network connectivity. Complementing this, 5th-generation coherent WDM transport solutions will enable application-optimized 400Gb/s transport anywhere, with options for 400Gb/s pluggable transceivers able to be deployed in router ports, complemented by long-reach, high-capacity transponder-based systems. This session will provide an overview the latest generation of coherent optics enabling 400G transport over any distance, compared across a range of metro, regional and long-haul/core IP-Optical network use cases.