Abstract

A novel impairment aware optical network virtualization mechanism (Optical FlowVisor) based on software defined networking (OpenFlow-based) paradigm is experimentally demonstrated. End-to-end flow setup time and the performance of virtual switches and OpenFlow controller are reported.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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