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dtj4000 12/4/2012 | 8:45:11 PM
re: Optical Taxonomy Avitan,

Good idea. Let me know if you want to team up on the project.

mvn104 12/4/2012 | 8:44:03 PM
re: Optical Taxonomy Can anyone explain to be the difference between Celox box and Unisphere's aggregation router
changxj 12/4/2012 | 8:40:31 PM
re: Optical Taxonomy use the "print this page" on the left column, it may give you a pretty good print-friendly version
leman2000 12/4/2012 | 8:25:10 PM
re: Optical Taxonomy I am new to optical networking and I was wondering who competes against whom?

Specifically, do CIEN, CORV, and ONIS compete against each other?

Elsewhere, what's the competitive relationship between JNPR, EXTR, RBAK?

indianajones 12/4/2012 | 8:22:38 PM
re: Optical Taxonomy Gotham was showing off its product and line cards at NANOG. Guess what? Their control card does not support ECC for the memory. God help the service provider that deploys Gotham's ECC-less switchless switch with no parity checking, and completely unaware that the forwarding table entries have been corrupted !!!

How could they have missed something so basic?
sntwk 12/4/2012 | 8:20:27 PM
re: Optical Taxonomy What happened to this company?
ldslaron 12/4/2012 | 8:16:34 PM
re: Optical Taxonomy Sycamore claims that they have "Transport" devices (SN 8000 and SN 10000)and "Switching" devices (SN 3000, SN 4000, and SN 16000). What is the difference and how does this fit into the taxonomy? Are the Sycamore devices work only on layer 2? If so, how do they get from an IP address to an MPLS label?
pkumar 12/4/2012 | 8:14:58 PM
re: Optical Taxonomy SCMR,TELM,CORV and CIEN compete with each other to provide the intelligent optical transport solution which is scalable up to 256 OC-48 or 64 OC-192 or mix of these OC-48 and OC-192 and bandwidth can be provisioned at STS-1 level granularity ( DS-3). The fact is still DS-3 is manually provisioned.
ldslaron 12/4/2012 | 8:10:08 PM
re: Optical Taxonomy I'd like to see examples of actual *products* from each category along with explanations of the distinctions between them. For example, is the Lucent NX64000 Multiterabit Switch/Router an optical on-ramp, an IP Services Switch, or a Next-Generation Core Router/Switch? Why?
laserman 12/4/2012 | 7:55:32 PM
re: Optical Taxonomy I spoke to one of their executives recently and this person has no clue what they are doing. This is going to be another optical bubble which will burst soon!. Gosh why are these people wasting VC's money?

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