DCI/OTN muxponder

What is DCI

Data Center Interconnect (DCI) is an optical fiber network solution used to connect multiple data centers. It can aggregate and transmit optical signals from multiple data centers to achieve high-speed interconnection between data centers.

DCI/OTN Muxponder is a multi-functional transmission device that can aggregate and map multi-service data from different sources (such as Ethernet, SDH, PDH, etc.) to the OTN network to achieve efficient and flexible multi-service data transmission. Business transmission.

With years of accumulated network construction and operation and maintenance experience, we specialize in data center interconnection to solve various challenges faced by industry customers in planning, construction, maintenance, etc., and provide customers with reliable, flexible, and efficient high-bandwidth bearings. solution.

DCI/OTN Muxponder features:

  • Multi-service aggregation: Supports access to multiple services such as Ethernet, SDH, and PDH.
  • OTN mapping: Map multi-service data into OTN frames to achieve unified transmission.
  • High-speed forwarding: Provides high throughput and low latency to meet different business needs.
  • Flexible networking: Supports multiple networking modes to meet flexible deployment needs.

DCI/OTN Muxponder Applications:

  • Data Center Interconnect (DCI): used to connect multiple data centers to achieve high-speed data interoperability.
  • Optical fiber access network: used to aggregate various services in the access network to the transmission layer.
  • Transmission network: used to expand the existing transmission network to meet bandwidth upgrade requirements.

DCI/OTN Muxponder Advantages:

  • Supports multiple business types to meet diverse needs.
  • Efficient and flexible networking capabilities to meet applications in different scenarios.
  • High reliability to ensure stable operation of the network.
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1. What is a bare fiber bearing data center interconnect solution?

The picture above shows the 10x10G+1x100G bare fiber transmission solution

It has the characteristics of independent bandwidth control, easy expansion and speed increase, etc. However, for circuits with long distance (distance greater than 80km), number of circuits, and equipment protection required, optical fiber bearer is not suitable in terms of cost and protection method. Moreover, the existing optical cable resources are very precious, and it is necessary to make full use of the limited optical fibers to provide the largest possible bandwidth and carry the maximum capacity of IDC data.

2. What is the traditional WDM bearing data center interconnection solution?

The picture above shows the 10x10G+1x100G traditional WDM transmission solution

Traditional WDM equipment can realize different types of service wavelength access such as SDH/Ethernet/CPRI/OTN/SAN, while providing complete networking, protection and end-to-end management under any topology, effectively supporting the cost of the transmission network. Bandwidth, network, efficiency and reliability requirements. Although traditional 100G DWDM has various bearer advantages, its application in data center computer rooms is still limited due to shortcomings such as low integration, high rack power consumption, and imperfect and flexible service management.

3. What is the DCI/OTN bearing data center interconnection solution?

The picture above shows the 10x10G+1x100GDCI/OTN transmission solution

DCI/OTN equipment fully combines the respective advantages of Internet companies and operators to provide competitive DCI optical interconnection solutions, which can aggregate multiple services of different types to one wavelength for transmission. This device is a simplified version of a small OTN device. It has high integration, low power consumption, flexible operation and maintenance, photoelectric decoupling, strong overhead maintenance management capabilities and more flexible scheduling capabilities. It was born for IDC and is currently mainly used in Interconnection between metropolitan area network data centers, between IDC nodes, and between backbone transmission network circuits.

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