Abstract

We report a world first field trial of an OpenFlow-based unified control plane for multilayer multi-granularity optical networks, verifying its overall feasibility and efficiency, and quantitatively evaluating the latencies for end-to-end path creation and restoration.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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