The main goal of Project LION is to design and demonstrate a resilient and managed Automatic Switched Optical Network (ASON) carrying multiple clients.
What does ASON stand for?
ASON stands for Automatic Switched Optical Network (Lucent)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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NASDAQ: SCMR), a leader in intelligent bandwidth management solutions for network operators worldwide, today announced that Jilin Netcom, a subsidiary of China Netcom, has selected the Company's SN 16000 Intelligent Optical Switch and SILVX([R]) Network Management System (NMS) for a province-wide Automatic Switched Optical Network (ASON) deployment.
Sycamore Networks is a leader in the development and implementation of standards-based control plane technology, with an open systems architecture designed to support industry initiatives such as the IETF's GMPLS protocols; the Optical Internetworking Forum's UNI and NNI interfaces; and the International Telecommunication Union, Telecommunication Standardization Sector's (ITU-T) Automatic Switched Optical Network (ASON) reference architecture.
The OIF's Carrier requirements document will be shared with various standards groups including the IETF, ITU-T and T1X1 as input to their standardization work on Automatic Switched Optical Networks (ASON).