Using feedback from leading web-scale and telecom network operators, the ON2020 group has collated optical network requirements through 2020 and beyond, identifying new challenges and opportunities for network operators, equipment manufacturers and component suppliers. This information was presented at a readout meeting during the recent ECOC conference and exhibition in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Following a successful workshop at OFC in March this year, ON2020 has spent the summer surveying the network needs and evolution strategies of leading network operators and is ready to share the results during a focused session at ECOC 2017 in Gothenburg, Sweden. This will be a unique opportunity to better understand the long-term requirements for optical networking beyond 2020.
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