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All-optical target networks bring several benefits, including energy-conversation and rate improvement, while accelerating digital transformation.
FREMONT, CA: As global telecom operators consistently increased their investment in optical fibers to improve broadband quality, they are also developing several other services such as FTTR and OTN to increase their revenue from fixed networks. Being a critical path of green and smart cities, all-optical target networks are gradually gaining popularity within the telecom industry. However, telecom operators still face difficulties while building such networks. Some of the critical challenges include high cost, slow service provisioning, and difficulty in the management of FTTH and OTN construction. Additionally, new service development, device deployment, and network evolutions are also rising concerns.
Addressing these challenges is the new OTN networks technology that is empowering operators to quickly build all-optical networks and easily manage them while reducing operating costs and providing high-speed entrance to the digital world to several sectors and households. The new network technology can help telecom providers to enhance the home broadband experience and increase their revenue. The OTN networks can also be deployed across other industries to promote digital transformation and develop secure and efficient all-optical bases for smart cities. These optical fibers can be installed in factories and machines for providing premium connections with anti-interference, low latency, and high bandwidth characteristics. The new technology includes plug-and-play systems, resource visualization, intelligent image recognition, and optical iris modules. The technology consists of low insertion loss characteristics and can adapt to multiple outdoor and indoor network solutions. It also supports every major network construction without splicing, significantly reducing construction difficulties and improving efficiency by 70%.
Considering that all-optical networks are the main contributor to the growth of the internet in modern-day homes and enterprises, the new technology could further improve lifestyles and promote digital transformation across diverse workplaces.