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Carriers interested in next-generation optical transport networking (OTN) see the various technologies combining to create an environment of automatic switched optical networking (ASON) technologies (GASON) ASON is not just an interesting group of technologies, but presents a set of business values to carriers It will increase their flexibility and decrease their operating cost by using standard protocols for end-to-end provisioning The availability of standard protocols that support more complex topologies also will give better resource utilization than current SONET/SDH Use of standard protocols will also drive down costs of both operational software and equipment, since interoperable products can compete against one another Increased flexibility includes the ability to respond to market changes and new user signals Not only will staffing costs go down, but the flexible topologies will reduce the cost per transmitted bit by allowing better resource utilization SONET-style 1+1 backup is very inefficient from a resource perspective In other words, ASON will provide active traffic engineering at the optical layer in a manner that allows network resources to be dynamically allocated to meet changing requirements
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