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Friday, April 5 • 11:50am - 12:20pm
Opendaylight TransportPCE: Full Interworking in Optical Networks - Guillaume Lambert, Orange

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TransportPCE integrated the Opendaylight Fluorine release last September. It aims to build a controller for an open optical transport infrastructure based on the OpenROADM MSA that defines models for devices, network and services but also some optical specifications.
In the last decade, the evolution of optical transport networks was essentially driven by performance issues to face the traffic continuous growth. Proprietary designs and implementations in WDM equipment
have been favored over standardization, what resulted in a lack of interoperability between vendors.
This leads to an operational complexity not prone to automation in a multi-domain (access-metro-core) environment.
Several open initiatives such as OpenConfig, OpenROADM, OTDN andTIP tend to solve this problem with different approaches: for example vendor-neutral models or disaggregated hardware specifications.


Guillaume Lambert

Project Technical Leader, Orange Labs
I work in the transmission network department of Orange Labs since 2015. I am involved in the Orange SDN transformation program, more precisely on agile platforms for WDN, OTN and multi-layer technologies. I also lead the Opendaylight transportPCE incubation project, which provides... Read More →

Friday April 5, 2019 11:50am - 12:20pm PDT