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Metro Transport Network Architectures for the Future

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Abstract

Changes in the telecommunication services are getting bigger and faster. To be agile to these changes, metro transport network architectures for the future need to support dynamic connectivity management with switching technologies at different levels that can be controlled via a programmable interface. The right combination of switching technologies depends on the level of transparency expected by the service layer through the transitions and the scale and extent of connectivity needed.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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