An integral part of Juniper’s Programmable Photonic Layer open line system solution, the TCX1000 Programmable ROADM forms the foundation of an open, programmable, packet optical transport network.
TCX1000 Programmable ROADM is a colorless, directionless, flex grid-ready reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexer (ROADM) that scales up to 25.6 terabits per second per line, providing long-term investment protection and supporting a diverse range of packet optical network use cases.
Designed from the ground up as an open platform, TCX1000 Programmable ROADM disaggregates the line system from the optical transponder layer, freeing you to select and deploy Juniper or third-party transponders that best fit your network needs and budget.
Unique to Juniper, TCX1000 Programmable ROADM control software is fully disaggregated from the system hardware, allowing you to modify the control plane with far greater simplicity, flexibility, and service continuity than what is possible with mainstay line systems.
TCX1000 Programmable ROADM works in conjunction with TCX1000 amplifiers and channel mux-demux devices to round out the Programmable Photonic Layer solution. All TCX1000 related hardware is managed by proNX Optical Director, Juniper’s open, microservices-based optical management and control platform.
As a massively scalable underpinning to packet optical transport networks, TCX1000 Programmable ROADM is an ideal complement to several Juniper solutions, including data center interconnect, metro aggregation, submarine landing terminal backhaul, and Converged Supercore transport.
Colorless, directionless, flexible grid ROADM designed to support 100 Gbps, 200 Gbps, 400 Gbps, and future data rates.
Provides 25.6 Tbps of line capacity, which is ideal for high-growth network use cases such as Data Center Interconnect (DCI).
Open, Programmable Design
Supports open APIs to proNX Optical Director for highly flexible, efficient line system management and control.
High Availability Hardware
NEBS-compliant system with field-replaceable power supplies and central processing units.