SDH and PDH Migration

Legacy services today run on legacy networks often in end of life. Service Providers need to keep those services, reuse the existing fibre deployed for legacy networks and boosting the performances.

Highlights / Steps to implement

Massive E1 Migration
Multiple low speed connectivity implies the change of a vast number of physical end points and re-provision the circuits through the new transport technology.
The need of tools and automated services is fundamental to a successful migration complementing a specific solution designed for E1 migration. Only with such support it is feasible to perform a fast move from a legacy network to a new high capacity multi-service optical network.

Our Solution

A product able to accept high number of E1 connections and transport them over OTN/WDM networks, enabling a network migration to a modern infrastructure while maintaining the existing customer SLA. With this technology a step-by-step migration can be done keeping costs under control, instead of a end to end service migration, with relative cost explosion.
To migrate quickly the connections from the current to the new network, with prompt re-provisioning of the services. A tool designed for SDN centric network, allowing to manage the 'legacy' services in the context of modern SDN based infrastructures.

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