Nokia and others successfully verified 600Gbit/s line rate

According to Nokia Bell announced, Nokia 1830 PSS photonic service switch and Serbia Telecom and MTEL successfully verified 600Gbps rate, supporting low latency, large capacity transmission, flexible adaptability to various traffic patterns.

Nokia has announced that Telecom Serbia and MTEL have successfully tested 600Gbit/s line rates on an optical transport network spanning more than 600 kilometers between Banja Luka and Belgrade. IT House learned that the test used the Nokia 1830 PSS photonic service switch based on the PSE-Vs chipset to meet the low-latency, large-capacity transmission requirements, and support 100GE and 400GE service transmission.

In addition to long-range connectivity between cities, Telecom Serbia will deploy 1830 PSS series equipment (PSS-16 and PSS-8x) in two new regional rings to provide next-generation, wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM)-based, scalable network to meet the needs of both residential and commercial customers.

In this live network test between Telecom Serbia and MTEL, Nokia demonstrated 600Gbit/s line performance over a 600 km path consisting of 6 spans through a CF ROADM node. By enabling spectrally efficient operation on 100GHz WDM channels, Telecom Serbia and MTEL will be able to maximize network capacity, performance and operational efficiency while reducing network total cost of ownership.

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