Multiparty 100Gbps throughput shown

Staff writer
10 Dec 2009
00:00

Infinera, Internet2, Juniper Networks and Level 3 has demonstrated a multivendor 100Gbps routing and optical network, which is considered a key milestone in the migration to 100 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) technology

In the demo, 100Gbps of test data (generated by an Ixia test set) was transmitted from Portland (Oregon) to Seattle (Washington) through a single slot on the Juniper Networks T1600 Series Core Router, populated with a new 10x10GbE physical interface card from Juniper via an Infinera optical system, over Level 3 and Internet2's nationwide fiber-optic network.

The four companies, along with the US Department of Energy's Energy Sciences Network (Esnet) are work together to develop and deploy a fully-operational 100GbE network.

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