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Energy-Efficient Master-Slave Edge-Router Upgrade Paths in Active Remote Nodes of Next-Generation Optical Access

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Abstract

Our design rules offers maximally energy-efficient Gb/s→Tb/s edge-router upgrade paths. One path assumes 10% average traffic intensity with 68% energy-efficiency gains over 5 upgrades, while 30% traffic load enables 45% energy-efficiency gains over 9 generations.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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