The new coherent optical network, using open transponders, interconnects several cities in Central Chile with non-amplified 200/400Gbps trunks, providing Mundo Pacifico the highest capacity network in the region.
The field trial demonstrated long haul network operation and interoperability of coherent optics modules from different vendors with Cassini open packet optical switch, reaching 200 Gbps on a distance of 641 km between the cities of Lima and Trujillo in Peru.
José Miguel Guzmán received the highest support in the 1st round of voting, which allows Whitestack into the Open Source MANO Technical Steering Committee. Voting companies included Altran, ATOS, Canonical, Intel, Telefonica and VMWare.
The multi-vendor NFV Showcase is an effort to bring together a number of reputed vendors and organizations, to demonstrate that building production-ready multi-vendor networks is possible, within 4 weeks, on top of Open Technologies.
The Open Multi-Vendor NFV Showcase is an effort to increase adoption of horizontal Network Function Virtualization based on its original principles of "leveraging standard IT virtualisation technology to consolidate many network equipment types onto industry standard high volume servers, switches and storage"