Surprisingly fast progress and good synchronization of 100G development

Date: March 22, 2010
Pages: 8
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US$ 395.00
Publisher: Ovum
Report type: Strategic Report
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ID: S757C8473BDEN
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Surprisingly fast progress and good synchronization of 100G development
Six telecom equipment and component suppliers surprised the industry in early March by showcasing multiple 100G advances in two separate trials, one by AT&T and the other by Verizon. Teams of experts, long lead times, and large financial investments are needed to bring 100G products to market. Yet we find six vendors in apparent lockstep advancing end-to-end 100G solutions. Ovum expects multiple suppliers to have commercial versions of these solutions available in 2011.
Executive summary
In a nutshell
Ovum view
Multiple vendors and technologies advance to help 100G commercialization in telecom
Product delivery by 2011
It’s all about cost reduction
The 100Gbps trials
Interoperability demonstrated in each trial, carriers to be happy!
Somebody has to be first
Competing routers demonstrate 100GE line speeds
Client side advances to industry-standard pluggable optics
Merchant line-side and in-house line-side optics both demonstrated
Field trial is part of Opnext IC development process

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Some details of the two 100G trials

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Schematic of the Verizon trial with Juniper, Finisar, and NEC
Figure 2: Schematic of the AT&T trial with Cisco, Opnext, and Ixia
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