200G links for live transfer of uncompressed video
PacketLight Networks participated in successful transmission of ultra-high-definition stereoscopic video using uncompressed full-resolution 8K video.
The international experiment of video distribution, was led by the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) Integrated Testbed R&D Promotion Center. Transmission of uncompressed 8K ultra-high-definition stereoscopic video was conducted in several locations, including Sapporo, Tokyo, Osaka, and Okinawa.
Public demonstrations at each site were realized in cooperation with the regional network, where PacketLight connected two 200G links using the PL-2000M single wavelength coherent muxponder.
Remote transmission of full-resolution 8K video without compression was achieved, and 3D video reproduction was projected to an audience on a large screen successfully.
MediaHub, Australia - DWDM for Video Transport
Video broadcast network expansion from 10G to 200G
MediaHub Australia needed to expand their broadcast network from 10G to 200G, while supporting a large number of video and data protocols.
PacketLight’s 200G DWDM Single Wavelength Muxponder, 20G OTN ADM Muxponder, and ROADM, were used to expand and build a resilient, low latency backbone that supports a mix of video and data protocols.
MediaHub successfully upgraded their transport network to 200G with a resilient DWDM infrastructure that supports video, data and storage protocols, with optional Layer-1 encryption.
The Norwegian Tax Administration, Norway – DCI Solution
DCI network with Layer-1 encryption and low latency
The Norwegian Tax Administration needed to connect two data centers, and required encryption, multiple rates and protocols, and low latency.
PacketLight's 200G Single Wavelength Muxponder was selected, providing The Administration with Layer-1 encryption, support for multi rates and protocols, and low latency.
PacketLight's carrier-grade DWDM solution enables The Norweigian Tax Administration to easily upgrade and prepare for any future network needs.