Title: TDM renewal without compromises
Date: May 15, 2018
Time: On Demand
TDM renewal without compromises
Network operators need to meet the growing and dynamic traffic demands of high-bandwidth cloud-based services but must also continue to support TDM service revenue streams, particularly for PDH services such as E1s.
But here’s the issue. TDM services are still largely supported by networks of aging and OpEx-intensive legacy SDH transport equipment and management systems. Until now, solutions to migrate TDM services to a modern network infrastructure have come with undesirable trade-offs in terms of cost, network downtime, operational complexities, and delayed or lost revenues.
Nokia offers a no-compromise, turnkey TDM renewal solution based on the new 1830 Optical Network Extender (ONE). The solution reduces OpEx and accelerates revenue generation by selectively migrating legacy network domains to a modern OTN/WDM transport infrastructure.
The challenges – how did we get here?
Why renew the TDM network now?
- What are the hurdles and potential solutions
A new no-compromise approach
Business case and benefits
Senior Manager, Optical Product Marketing
Dave Brown is a Senior Manager of Optical Networking Product Marketing at Nokia responsible for packet-optical products and solutions. Dave has held marketing roles with Alcatel-Lucent, AT&T, and McGraw-Edison. He is a board member and President of the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF).