Spectra, a leading Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) Provider in India, announced it is deploying a solution — based on TIP’s OOPT DCSG and Cassini platforms – to deliver 10x the current network capacity with the option to scale up to 100x in the future.
Spectra is deploying the solution in Spectra’s core network in Delhi NCR as part of its latest nationwide IP network upgrade. The solution provides feature-rich disaggregated functionalities implemented by IP INFUSiON’s OcNOS network operating system (NOS).
Spectra has selected the solution in competition alongside other established solutions from the existing ecosystem. Spectra’s strategy is to deploy open and disaggregated networks and represents an indicator of the technical maturity and economic feasibility of Open Optical and IP solutions.
DCSG and Cassini will enable Spectra to cost-effectively roll out region-wide high-speed network services at scale while giving Spectra complete freedom to build vendor-neutral disaggregated connectivity networks using best-in-class components.
“The adoption of open and disaggregated network solutions is key to meeting demand and driving down cost in a competitive market. TIP OOPT achieves this by providing alternative IP and Optical network solutions to traditional incumbent supplier offerings,” Udit Mehrotra, CEO and Managing Director at Spectra said.
“IP and Optical technologies are fundamental for building networks that enable immersive experiences. High capacity and programmable networks based on disaggregated solutions will enable service providers like Spectra to deliver the services their customers need, cost-effectively,” Diego Mari Moreton, Manager Connectivity Technologies & Ecosystems at Meta and lead of the Open Optical & Packet Transport project group, said.