Nokia helps TIME dotCom build high-resilience optical network across Malaysia12. 05. 2022 Thursday / By: Robert Denes / Industrial / Exact time: BST / Print this page
N okia's optical network solutions ensure TIME's leading position in high-availability optical services in Malaysia.
With this nationwide introduction, Nokia will help TIME meet the rapidly growing traffic needs by improving the connectivity between Malaysian data centers and cable drives with an extremely flexible optical network.
The optical network will connect several data centers, cable stations and telecommunication centers on the Malaysian Peninsula with Singapore and Thailand.
The launch will include the Nokia 1830 PSS portfolio to provide a level of scalability that supports a wide range of applications and services. The 1830 PSS platform allows TIME to deploy services quickly, reduce the total cost of ownership of the network, and extend the life of the network.
The introduction is also supported by Nokia's fifth-generation PSE-V chipset and 400G multi-distance optics to power coherent transmission at the lowest possible bit rate with low power and space requirements.The optical solutions that will be introduced to TIME’s additional future-proof network will provide customers with better quality of service and higher speeds, while TIME will benefit from a simplified network that will increase operational and cost efficiency. The solutions also offer the capabilities of Nokia's next-generation iROADM line system with flexible grid-free, directional, directional, and colorless (CDC-F) optical add-drop and recovery capabilities that eliminate the need for site visits to change the wavelength connection and simplify networking. . planning.
Built-in Layer 0 GMPLS capability combined with CDC-F allows for automatic traffic recovery and network re-optimization for maximum network uptime and capacity utilization.
Ang Thing Jiun, Chief Technology Officer of TIME dotCom, said: “We are delighted to be working with Nokia to take advantage of our Malaysian optical network. With this introduction, we aim to continue to provide our customers with high-speed, best-in-class experience while preparing to meet the higher bandwidth needs of the future.”
Datuk Mohd Rauf Nasir, Managing Director of Nokia Malaysia, said: “Our optical solutions allow TIME to differentiate its web-based services while making their network more operational and cost-effective. The DWDM optical network enables TIME to provide superior service, capacity and reliability to its customers.”
Ang Thing Jiun, chief technology officer at TIME dotcom answer more questions if you read on!How does the installation ensure that TIME can unlock the potential of its Malaysian network?
The optical network leverages the capabilities of Nokia’s next-generation... iROADM line system with flexible grid-free, directional, and colorless (CDC-F) optical add-drop and recovery capabilities. Coupled with Nokia's fifth-generation PSE-V coherent chipset, TIME will offer lower density and power requirements. This allows for flexible and agile deployment of new bandwidth to handle the unexpected increase in traffic caused by 5G and WEB3.0. How does the installation ensure that TIME can meet the higher bandwidth needs of the future? The optical network designed by Nokia will help TIME meet the rapidly growing demand for traffic by improving the connectivity between Malaysian data centers and cable drives with a highly flexible optical network. Network capacity can be easily expanded to cope with future increasing bandwidth needs. Through deployment, TIME will continue to provide a high-speed, best-in-class experience to its Malaysian customers as it prepares to meet the country’s future higher bandwidth needs. Could you provide more details on the benefits of the project for TIME customers? The optical solutions that will be introduced to TIME’s additional future-proof network will provide customers with better quality of service and higher speeds. Through installation, TIME will be able to dynamically optimize and redirect wavelength connections to restore network capacity, thus extending the life of the optical network and avoiding premature fiber outages. escape. This will help reduce and, in some cases, eliminate the cost and scale of bringing wavelengths into the grid, resulting in significant capital expenditure (CAPEX) and energy savings, as well as more efficient and environmentally friendly grids. The implementation of Nokia's CDC-F optical network technology will also enable more effective wavelength protection options to preserve network wavelength counting. By efficiently redirecting wavelengths to newly installed fiber-optic routes, users will be able to use networks faster and more efficiently. Users can also increase wavelength capacity without changing the network equipment that controls the wavelengths, thereby extending the life and future reliability of optical networks. This new wavelength enables agile optical networking that responds quickly to service innovations related to the new software-defined network (SDN). We asked additional questions to Datuk Mohd Rauf Nasir, CEO of Nokia Malaysia, to learn more about the project. How does deployment allow TIME to differentiate between web browsing services and what are the benefits of this? The deployment will allow web-sized companies to build distributed data centers and network infrastructure to provide cloud, 5G, IoT and Industry 4.0 applications and services to their customers, enabling them to respond quickly to sudden and massive additional capacity requirements by scaling data centers and networks. easily and flexibly, with greater agility and flexibility, and greater security and efficiency. How does the installation allow TIME to make your network more operational and cost-effective? Nokia-designed optical networks will use the portfolio of Nokia 1830 PPS DWDM CDC-F optical networking solutions to provide adequate scalability to support a wide range of applications and services. The 1830 PSS platform allows TIME to deploy services quickly, reduce the total cost of ownership of the network, and extend the life of the network. The installation is also supported by Nokia's fifth-generation PSE-V chipset and its 200-400G multi-distance optics to power coherent transmission at the lowest possible bit rate with low power and space requirements. The CDC-F iROADM architecture and the self-healing GMPLS network also eliminate the need for site visits to change the route or wavelength connection, simplifying network design. This all-new set of capabilities reduces the total cost of network ownership while maximizing optical network capacity. Why did TIME choose Nokia to provide high-availability optical services in Malaysia? Nokia is a trusted partner for critical networks and is committed to innovation and technology leadership in mobile, fixed and cloud networks. Over the years, Nokia has been a leader in optical networks, 4G / LTE and 5G, and remains committed to improving and expanding connectivity and network quality in Malaysia. As part of the Malaysian 5G Task Force, which was comprised of a number of actors within the Malaysian telecommunications ecosystem, we have a long-standing relationship with our customers and partners and remain committed to supporting them where possible.