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2016年4月14日

Efficient OTN Testing for High-Speed Networks

François Marcotte

Senior Applications Engineer, EXFO

François Marcotte is a Senior Applications Engineer currently working at EXFO in Montreal, Canada. With more than 28 years in the telecommunication industry, he began his career at Bell Canada as an installer and repair man. He was involved in QAM HFC system design and integration in early 90’s.

Over the years, François has developed strong knowledge on Ethernet, MPEG, OTN and optical transport. He is continuously working with customers as a technical advisor for Ethernet, optical transport testing, performances test procedure and training. François is involved with product definition at EXFO for Ethernet and optical transport product. He is also a regular speaker in various seminars in North America.

François graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, as an Electrical Engineer.

   
   

This webinar gives an overview of the OTN multiplexing signal structures and their benefits. It explores an efficient way to validate all optical demultiplexer unit (ODU) channels simultaneously.

There has been a lot of pressure and discussion around the increasing use of optical transport networks (OTN) within the carrier’s environment; this is due to the increased demand for higher bandwidth where OTN offers efficient traffic grooming and optimal granularity. OTN’s flexibility makes it the main client transport mechanism today, especially up to 100G. 

This webinar gives an overview of the OTN multiplexing signal structures and their benefits. It explores an efficient way to validate all optical demultiplexer unit (ODU) channels, using a new high-granularity OTN multichannel application capable of monitoring all sub channels simultaneously up to OTU4. 

In this webinar, you will learn about: 

-       High-speed OTN 100G networks muxponder and transponder testing and grooming of diversified OTN mapping structures as required in high-speed networks 

-       A new capability that allows optimal detection and monitoring of multiple OTN channels, removing the need to characterize each individual channel and reducing testing time