As network operators around the world continue to invest in automation strategies, it’s becoming increasingly important for them to include transport layers in their plans. To better understand operator trends, plans and dynamics in this critical yet often overlooked area, Heavy Reading recently launched an in-depth, survey-based research study on the future of open, automated and programmable transport networks.
Why Open, Automated and Programmable Transport Networks Matter
Open, automated and programmable transport networks are critical for network operators to be able to meet the demands of today’s digital economy. They provide the flexibility and scalability needed to support the increasing bandwidth demands of applications such as cloud computing, video streaming and virtual reality. They also enable network operators to more easily and effectively manage their networks, reducing operational costs.
LightRiver’s Solution for Open, Automated and Programmable Transport Networks
LightRiver’s netFLEX® platform and iFBN®-related services offerings provide the critical components for enabling open optical solutions and scenarios. The LightRiver team has extensive experience in deploying complex, multi-vendor and multi-technology solutions for our customers. Our platform and services support a customer’s ability to quickly deploy and test new technologies and solutions while maintaining a high degree of flexibility and scalability. In addition, our team has the expertise to support customers through the entire life cycle of their deployments, from design and planning to operations and optimization. Our solution is the perfect choice for network operators who want to future-proof their infrastructure and ensure that they can keep up with the demands of tomorrow’s applications.
If you have any questions or if you would like to learn more about how it can benefit your organization, please contact us today.
To learn more about Heavy Reading’s study, please visit: https://www.lightreading.com/lg_redirect.asp?piddl_lgid_docid=779488