Supports 40 x 100 Gbit/s DWDM capacity, fulfilling service evolution requirements in a long term.
Integrates packet, VC, and OTN switching and access into a centralized switch matrix, improving the bandwidth utilization. Integrates the MPLS-TP feature and seamless inter-networking with the OptiX OSN 9800 and 8800 to implement E2E MPLS-TP networking.
Full service scenarios
Supports various services, including E1, E3, T3, FE, GE, STM-x, 10GE, 100GE, CPRI, FC, and SAN.
Supports various service scenarios, such as fixed broadband, mobile backhaul, and leased line.
Supports 2M, 1588v2, and synchronous Ethernet clocks, meeting the clock precision requirements of WCDMA, TD-SCDMA, CDMA2000, and LTE/LTE-A.
1U and 2U boxes can be installed in a cabinet, on the wall, or on a pole.
1U, 2U, and 5U boxes can be installed in a 19/23′ standard cabinet.
Low power consumption
The OptiX OSN 1800 adopts natural heat dissipation and uses AC/DC power.
The case-like design facilitates flexible deployment at any site.
A typical 1U chassis consumes less than 25 W, which is less than the power consumption of a table lamp.
As the core architecture of the next generation transport network, T-SDN features automation, virtualization, flexibility, openness, and synergy. Based on the T-SDN, the OptiX OSN 1800 implements the unified scheduling of cross-layer or cross-domain network resources and intelligent network management, and supports various APPs and innovative services.