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Benefits of Router Offload Utilizing Superchannel Technology for Beyond-100-Gb/s Networks

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Abstract

This paper shows the architecture of a router offloading method utilizing a superchannel signal technology that shows significant savings in energy consumption, compared to a router offloading method utilizing a sub-wavelength switching technology.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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