Optimize optical networks to meet unpredictable traffic demands
Support next-generation DWDM multiservice, multilayer P-OTN transport with the Nokia 1830 Photonic Service Switch (PSS).
Our 1830 PSS platforms let you deploy services rapidly, reduce network TCO, and extend network lifecycles. They transform traditional DWDM into a flexible transport layer with capabilities such as 100G–500G transport wavelengths, agile wavelength routing, and scalable multilayer switching and services.
The 1830 PSS portfolio helps you optimize optical networks to meet unpredictable traffic demands. Our platforms provide efficient transport at any scale, from compact access to the converged Optical Transport Network (OTN)/DWDM core. They support a wide range of applications and services, including:
- Metro and long-haul transport
- Broadband backhaul
- Data center interconnect
- Multicast video
- Carrier Ethernet
- Wavelength services
We’ve built the 1830 PSS platforms around our Photonic Service Engine 2 (PSE) digital signal processors. These processors enable a 100G-connected world by supporting efficient, high-performance 100G–600G wavelength transport.
The 1830 PSS provides intelligent and reliable network control through distributed GMPLS and centralized SDN control options. These capabilities let you maximize network capacity and efficiency while enabling the rapid deployment of differentiated services.
“To help operators to meet the extreme capacity demands in their optical transport networks, Nokia has introduced a comprehensive set of advanced modulation formats to deliver maximum wavelength capacities and distances. In the white paper Applications of Next-gen Coherent Modulation, I explore the benefits of these flexible modulation formats and how Nokia is delivering this technology with its programmable Photonic Service Engine 2.” –Ron Kline, Principal Analyst, Intelligent Networks at Ovum - Applications of next-gen coherent modulation