Adopts the MPLS-TP packet transfer method compliant and the redundancy switchover function
Fujitsu is set to release a packet optical networking platform (Packet ONP), which employs the digital coherent technology with DP-QPSK optical modulation to enable ultrafast optical transmission speeds of 100Gbps x 80W over long distances.
With Fujitsu’s Packet ONP, it possible to construct a single platform for an optical transport network and, the new platform is an IT infrastructure that can flexibly respond to needs that arise with increasing levels of traffic, the reduction of costs and energy conservation.
The Packet ONP platform employs a modular architecture that enables flexible assembly of WDM and packet transmission features over an area of application and the ONP realises high reliability with OUPSR that enables high-speed switchover to back-up lines in under 50ms in the event of network failure.
In addition, the Packet ONP adopts the MPLS-TP packet transfer method compliant and the redundancy switchover function that offer low latency and eliminates instantaneous outages for not just 1Gbps or 10Gbps, but for 100Gbps interfaces as well.
The amount of electricity consumed and CO2 emissions generated by the Packet ONP during operation per unit of output performance is more than 60% lower than Fujitsu’s previous products and the product promotes environmental factors such as energy conservation.
Fujitsu said that it will make available its Packet ONP, integrated with WDM technology for optical transmission, to the domestic Japan and overseas markets.