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Routed Optical Networking Tactic Could be Game Changer
Network providers face an optical networking problem: Their optical infrastructure was designed for circuit-switched traffic, but the bulk of their traffic consists of IP data.
Managing these disparate layers of technology means extra expenses, as coordinating IP and optical creates delays when additional services are added or when network problems are encountered.
What can network pros do to alleviate these issues? Access this e-guide to learn how routed optical networking changes connections for simpler management.