Abstract

We demonstrated a 400Gb/s Ethernet end-to-end circuit, inclusive of 400GbE client card with CPF8 interface and dual-carrier 16QAM line-side, on a production 100G core network segment between New York City and Washington DC. During the field trial, we demonstrated the feasibility of SDN-enabled creation, deletion, and re-routing of the 400G service.

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