the Gordian Knot"
SDN Spell the End for GMPLS?”
Generalized Multi-Protocol Label Switching (GMPLS) multi-layer control plane standards have been under development and extension for over a decade, being deployed in single vendor domains of optical switches, but never reaching the original goal of unifying the control of packet and optical networks. Now, software-defined networking has captured the attention of the packet and optical industries with a different approach to controlling the multi-layer network. Cyan CTO,
Defined Networking: How Carriers Can Gain Maximum Advantage”
COMPTEL Plus Spring 2014
Software-defined networking (SDN) has gained momentum and holds great promise to change the way carriers operate their networks. During this session, Cyan Chief Marketing Officer,
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Cyan enables network transformation. The company’s software-defined network (SDN) solutions deliver orchestration, agility, and scale to networks, that until now, have been static and hardware driven. Serving carriers, enterprises, governments, and data centers globally, Cyan’s open platforms provide multi-vendor control and visibility to network operators, making service delivery more efficient and profitable. Cyan solutions include the award-winning Blue Planet SDN software and Z-Series packet-optical transport platforms. For more information, please visit www.cyaninc.com or follow Cyan on Twitter at twitter.com/CyanNews.