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shaping tomorrow with youFLASHWAVE 9500Packet Optical Networking PlatformThe FLASHWAVE 9500 Packet OpticalNetworking Platform (Packet ONP)integrates OTN, 100G coherent optics,88-channel pluggable ROADM, MEFcertified Carrier Ethernet, SONET, SDH,and Layer 1/2 traffic interworkinginto a high availability carrier-classplatform. This convergence of transporttechnologies speeds time to marketfor new services and provides greateragility in meeting evolving serviceprovider needs.1

FLASHWAVE 9500Packet Optical Networking PlatformEfficient Support for Diverse, Bandwidth-Intensive ServicesAs the communications world transforms, demand for bandwidth andhigh-quality services is escalating. Residential and business customershave rising expectations and are more selective.Flexible ROADM-based transport and service delivery1–100 GbEThis shift in expectations challenges service providers to migrate to apacket optical infrastructure, enabling diverse, bandwidth-intensiveservices. Operators must also maintain existing revenue-bearingservices efficiently, as the transition to packet optical networking takesshape. The underlying network architecture must therefore be highlyreliable, manageable, and scalable to keep the lifetime cost below therevenue curve. The FLASHWAVE 9500 platform addresses thesechallenges using an innovative packet optical design.Innovative Features of theFLASHWAVE 9500 Packet ONP Modular architecture designed for 99.999% availability anddense, cost-effective scaling Industry-leading 100G coherent optics transport technology Integrated ROADM with 88 wavelengths of 10G, 40G and100G transport 12-degree ROADM hub enables mesh optical networks Multishelf distributed ROADM degrees for increasedreliability and flexible growth Centralized Ethernet, OTN, and SONET/SDH switch fabricoffers any-to-any connectivity and efficient aggregation MEF 2.0-certified platform offering deterministic highperformance service delivery NETSMART point-and-click GUI simplifies end-to-endnetwork management EoX gateway for packet mapping from multiple EoX streamsto a native Ethernet service VT switch fabric for DCS replacement applications2FCServerC DSFLASHWAVE4100 ES95001–10GFibre ChannelFLASHWAVEFLASHWAVE10 GbE/OTU2/OC-1921–100 o1–10GFibre ChannelFLASHWAVE9500FCStorageArrayFLASHWAVE10 GbE/OTU2/OC-192CDSFLASHWAVE4100 ESModular and FlexibleThe FLASHWAVE 9500 Packet ONP delivers ROADM, OTN, Ethernet andTDM technologies for deploying optical ring, mesh, and linear add/drop topologies with 99.999% service availability. All plug-in cards,fans and chassis power distribution are designed for resilientoperation with no single point of failure. The modular architectureenables carriers to select configurations for specific applications,whether ROADM-only, aggregation-only, or combinations of serviceaggregation and WDM on a single network element. The FLASHWAVE9500 system reduces footprint, capital/operational expenses, andcomplexity by collapsing multiple technologies and network layersinto a single, easy-to-use, modular platform.Two Chassis OptionsTwo chassis options are available: the HDS for 23-inch racks and theSDS for 19-inch racks, where each model can be expanded to multiplechassis sharing the same node ID. This offers a highly modular andscalable system for packet optical networking. The internal packet andTDM switch capability maximizes service delivery efficiency throughdedicated centralized packet, OTN and TDM switch fabrics.The centralized fully redundant switch fabric provides any-to-anyswitching capability and aggregation for any service to any port on theplatform. The switch fabric offers dedicated 100% packet, 100% SONET/SDH operation, and the ability to interwork between the two. Thisarchitecture minimizes stranded port capacity, allowing efficientmodular scaling for interconnection between the FLASHWAVE 9500platform and expensive core router interfaces. As a result, the numberof ports needed for a given application is significantly reduced,lowering capex and minimizing first capital cost, while protecting theequipment investment.

FLASHWAVE 9500Packet Optical Networking PlatformHigh-Density Optical DesignOTN and the Control PlaneWhile Fujitsu has been supporting OTN for a number of years, thenetwork role of OTN has been changing from Digital Wrapper for WDMto a generic, protocol-agnostic container for switching andmultiplexing. The need for larger capacity, protocol agnostic traffic,improved network efficiency, guaranteed end to end performance andwell defined OAM are key drivers behind the addition of OTN to theWDM system.Control functions handled by the centralized controller include: Service northbound requests from an OSS/NMS/EMS for networkservices Discovery of the optical layer topology Path computation and resource managementThe distributed control plane functions include neighbor discovery,service establishment and fast restoration.In the core network infrastructure, OTN provides the convergence layerfor bandwidth management over 10G/100G , enables protocolagnostic switching and, when coupled with the control plane, canprovide network level grooming and mesh restoration.In the metro network infrastructure, OTN use is driven by the need toscale SONET/SDH, GbE, fractional 10 GbE, and 10 GbE services andtransport while providing cost advantages when combined withROADM in comparison to ROADM-only architectures.Furthermore, deploying OTN in the access network can provide the“on-ramp” to ROADM and/or OTN-ROADM networks for a standard,channelized handoff to other carriers and a fully transparent serviceinterface.The FLASHWAVE 9500 OTN switch fabric provides OTN switching,offering granular ODU0 switch capacity up to 2.4 Tb, further expandingpacket and SONET/SDH switching capabilities.Fujitsu provides multiple solutions for OTN switching. These solutionsbegin with the FLASHWAVE CDS in the access network to provide ODUngranularity and switching, and range to the FLASHWAVE 9500platform with its scalable multiterabit switching fabric for the metroregional network. Fujitsu OTN solutions provide OTN switching at theright point in the network to drive down transport service costs.To facilitate OTN functionality, the control plane supports the OTNlayer. The Fujitsu optical layer control strategy is a combination ofcentralized and distributed control. Most control functions areimplemented on a logically centralized controller. Distributed control isused to achieve high performance and scale.100G Transport100G OTU4over ROADM100 GbE100 GbEFLASHWAVE9500Metro/RegionalFLASHWAVE950 0100 Gbps Transponder and MuxponderThe 100 Gbps transponder is central to customer fiber plantmaintenance. Direct interconnect of core routers using 100 Gbpstechnology conserves both customer capex and opex whilemaintaining a flexible OTN DWDM-based core growth strategy. The100G 10x10G muxponder enables DWDM transport of 10 GbE,OC-192/ STM-64, and OTU-2 client interfaces by aggregating them intothe 100G full-band tunable coherent optical network interface. Boththe 100G transponder and 10x10G muxponder plug-in cards utilizeOTN G.709 digital wrapper with Soft Decision (SD) FEC and industrystandard DP-QPSK modulation. The SD-FEC improves opticalperformance and reduces regeneration equipment, which also reducesexpenses. The 100G transponder and muxponder support corenetwork element interconnection and fiber plant conservationapplications. ITU and OIF‑standard DP-QPSK modulation ensuresinvestment protection.3

FLASHWAVE 9500Packet Optical Networking PlatformSupport for Wide-Ranging TechnologiesHigh-Density 88-Channel Pluggable ROADMThe 88-channel pluggable ROADM provides per-channel add/dropcapability. This offers flexibility and capacity scaling that enablesservice providers to address metro, regional and core networks nowand into the future. The central switch fabric optimizes the ROADMtechnology through sub-wavelength grooming and aggregation. Theflexibility of the ROADM allows a mix of services transported over 10G,40G, 100G and future 400G rates onto any of the 88 channels. TheFLASHWAVE 9500 system offers up to a 12-degree optical multi-TIDhub for mesh network wavelength mapping. This higher densityoptical hub increases network interconnect capability while reducingtransponder requirements through direct WSS interconnect betweencollocated network elements.Collocated NEsDegree 2AMPSwitchCardM/DM/DSwitchCardDCMAMPDegree 1TransponderTransponderM/DDCMDCMDCMTID #4(Ring 4)M/DDegree 2AMPAMPSwitchCardSwitchCardSwitchCardM/DM/DDCMTID #3 (Ring 3)TID #1(Ring 1)The FLASHWAVE 9500 platform incorporates a range of multirate,multiservice cards to offer high interface density per chassis slot andflexible port provisioning for Ethernet, OTN, SONET/SDH and FibreChannel services on a single card type. Optional G.709 digital wrappercapability extends reach and offers tunable optics to provide directconnection to the ROADM, eliminating additional transponder cost.These flexible cards minimize spares inventory when deployingmultiple services, service rates and wavelength types. Sub-wavelengthgrooming of Ethernet, OTN and SONET/SDH services using the centralswitch fabric enables efficient access to the ROADM layer.4 Aggregation using centralized packet and TDM switch fabrics Facilitates switching and delivery of Carrier Ethernet services acrossany type of access network (EoX) on a single Network Element (NE)The EoX Gateway configuration dramatically increases the number ofaddressable customers for differentiated Ethernet and IP services. Thisbenefits wholesale and retail service providers by leveraging existingaccess networks. The EoX Gateway accelerates time to revenue andsignificantly reduces the cost and space of hub Central Office (CO)equipment.By deploying the EoX Gateway, service providers realize significantadvantages, including: Converging disparate network elements and management systems Leveraging existing TDM, Ethernet and WDM access networksTID #2 (Ring 2)Degree 2 Seamless blending of Ethernet over SONET/SDH (EoS) and PDH (DS1/DS3) networksDegree 1AMPTransponderDCMCollocated NEsSwitchCardTransponderDegree 1AMPEoX Gateway Reduces the Cost of Ethernet Service Delivery overDiverse Access NetworksThe FLASHWAVE 9500 Packet ONP offers the EoX Gateway for: Enabling smooth transition to an optimal packet-centricinfrastructureFlexible MEF E-Line and E-Access Service Delivery OptionsThe FLASHWAVE 9500 is a MEF-certified platform that delivers E-Lineand E-Access services over different transport network technologiesusing EoX Mapper functionality. This enables ultimate flexibility indeploying any point-to-point services over the optimal transporttechnology, whether Ethernet over fiber, SONET/SDH or PDH. TheFLASHWAVE 9500 platform provides standards-based, deterministic,end-to-end guaranteed bandwidth with dynamic allocation for: Ethernet Virtual Connections (EVCs) Operator Virtual Connections (OVCs) EVC/OVC tunnelsEthernet transport service provisioning is available for point-to-point,ring or mesh topologies. Resilient network facilities can useIEEE 802.3ad LAG or ITU-T G.8031 protection switching to providesub‑50 ms failover in the event of a span or card failure.The 1:1 G.8031 protection provides diverse active and standby pathsfor an EVC (or OVC) or a tunnel of EVCs or OVCs. An EVC, OVC or Tunnel’sstandby path bandwidth can be used other services. This maximizesthroughput and makes efficient use of fiber assets.

FLASHWAVE 9500Packet Optical Networking PlatformKey ApplicationsMaximum Bandwidth UtilizationEthernet traffic is assigned a committed information rate (CIR) for aminimum bandwidth guarantee. Excess information rate (EIR)assignment enables maximum network utilization through bandwidthoversubscription and statistical multiplexing of best-effort traffic. If thetraffic on a service consumes less bandwidth than its CIR, the FLASHWAVE9500 system will dynamically allocate the unused bandwidth to otherservices, up to their pre-provisioned maximum rate, using its bandwidthreuse function. The maximum rate is the sum of CIR and EIR bandwidthallocations. If there is a link, node or card failure all protected services willfail-over to the pre-provisioned standby path in sub-50 ms and maintaintheir CIR guarantee.Mobile Backhaul SolutionCollector RingMetro Core RingFLASHWAVEC 31ROADMFLASHWAVE9 5 00C DSNetworks comprising router cores and aggregation networks makebest use of the FLASHWAVE 9500 platform as a metro/regional trafficgrooming and aggregation platform. An example is the mobilebackhaul solution. Tunable DWDM optics with best-in-class ROADMtechnology eliminates incremental dark fiber costs as servicebandwidth scales over the metro core. Similarly, for shorter reachrequirements, collector ring capacity is increased using low-cost CWDMoptics. This also maximizes fiber assets.Technology Convergence Enables Uniquely Flexible E-LAN EnterpriseService DeliveryE-LAN services are useful when the service provider needs to deliveran Ethernet service to interconnect three or more subscriber locations.In some cases, subscriber traffic requires “any-to-any” connectivityrather than connectivity directed towards a particular site. In thisinstance, E-LAN services are more suitable than a hub-and-spokeimplementation using E-Line services. The FLASHWAVE 9500 systemcan be used to deliver E-LAN and E-Line services over the samephysical interface via service multiplexing.Additionally, using the EoX Mapper card, the FLASHWAVE 9500 systemhas the unique ability to deliver E-LAN services over SONET/SDH, PDHand native Ethernet transport—or any combination of these. Thisadvanced capability offers the opportunity to leverageexisting network assets to deliver E-LAN multipointservices.For example, an organization may have one locationmost cost-effectively reached over an existing SONETnetwork. Another location may be off-net and accessiblevia a Type 2 PDH bonded PDH circuit or E-Access servicesfrom a partner provider. A third location might bereached using Ethernet over Fiber. The FLASHWAVE 9500Packet ONP can bridge these three disparate networkingtechnologies together where all three locations areinterconnected as part of a common E-LAN service instance. Newlocations can be added to the E-LAN service using any combination ofthese transport network technologies to provide seamless connectivitybetween all locations.E-Line / E-LAN InterworkingFLASHWAVECustomer ACDSFLASHWAVECustomer ANx10GEG.8031CWDMFLASHWAVE 9500CDSIOFCustomer A T-SeriesCustomer A T-SeriesDS1 BundleFLASHWAVE4100 ESDS3NxOC-192CWDM10GE I/O10GE I/OGE I/OEoXFLASHWAVE4100 ES5

FLASHWAVE 9500Packet Optical Networking PlatformKey ApplicationsOTN and the Network Technology MixExisting metro networks have been built with a mix of technologies,including SONET OC-3 to OC-192 rings, switched Ethernet, nativeoptical Ethernet, Ethernet over SONET, as well as a host of accesstechnologies. Metro ROADM networks transport all of these legacy andnext-generation services, as well as providing raw capacity provided by40- or 88-channel ROADM platforms.While many legacy service types exist in the network, most of thegrowth or new service connections are Ethernet. One of the challengesfacing carriers is how to efficiently scale and transport thousands ofEthernet service connections across their metro networks. TheFLASHWAVE 9500 and CDS platforms are an ideal solution to this floodof Ethernet service traffic.Adding OTN capabilitiesNew OTN capabilities are added by upgrading the switch fabric and/orutilizing one or more of the OTN cards. The scalable SWF adds the newcapability of switching ODu frames with a 2.4 Tb fabric and increasesfabric capacity for SONET/SDH and packet services.The new OTN cards (20-port MRMS, 4xU 10G or the nx100G) providesin-chassis muxponding between cards and can be used standalone, asa muxponder, or with the switching fabric. The 10G card also supportsa local switch fabric when 40G grooming is needed.While the Fujitsu implementation of Carrier Ethernet remains thepreferred solution for most Ethernet traffic, very high rate, private-lineservices at GbE and above rates may be a better fit for OTN. As anexample, a large financial institution may wish to purchase a fullline-rate GbE service from a carrier to interconnect two locations. Sincethey want the full GbE service, as opposed to a partial-rate service,sophisticated packet aggregation and traffic grooming isn’t applicable.For this type of customer and service, OTN provides an excellenttechnology to transport their Ethernet services. OTN benefits include:4x U10G20xMRMS20xMRMSNxOTU4NxOTU44x U10GOTN cards for the FLASHWAVE 9500 platform Maximizing performance through deterministic delay and jitter forend-to-end SLAs (OTN layer) Robust end-to-end OTN OAM lowering operation expense Guaranteed service delivery and transparent support of all servicesOne application of OTN looks at core routers and the management ofIP traffic across core networks. The majority of router interfacescontinue to be 10 GbE with the volume of 10 GbE interfaces stillgrowing exponentially with fiber assets still at a premiu. OTN switchingprovides a cost-effectivemeans to manage 10 GbE IP/MPLSconnectivity betweenrouter locations over a100G infrastructure. ThisOTN layer reduces theOTNOTNneed for expensive routerOTNOTNports and processes byutilizing router bypass oroffload.ROADMROADMROADM6Managing IP traffic across core networksCoreRouted LayerOTNOTNOTNOTNROADMROADMOTNROADMROADMROADMOTN BandwidthManagement andRouter Offload

FLASHWAVE 9500Packet Optical Networking PlatformKey ApplicationsUpdating Legacy DCS Network ElementsMany large DCS network elements at the network core have beendiscontinued for many years. Support is terminated by the vendor;experienced staff on these devices is becoming rare; and replacementparts are difficult to find. Legacy DCS equipment consumes significantspace and power—a premium in today’s central offices. With itscentralized switch fabric, the FLASHWAVE 9500 system offers asolution to this dilemma. The platform can be used in combinationwith the FLASHWAVE 4100 ES Micro Packet ONP to provide highdensity DS1 and DS3 interfacing. The result is modernization of the 3/3and 3/1 DCS environment using next-generation NEs and centralizedTest Access Point (TAP) monitoring and split testing.DCS Network ModernizationOC-48 1 1OC-12 1 1OC-12 1 1OC-48 1 1FLASHWAVE9 500ON-n rings to/fromexisting IOF andaccess networkOC-48 1 1FLASHWAVE48 DS3s4100 ESFLASHWAVE168 DS1sFLASHWAVE168 DS1s4100 ES4100 ESFLASHWAVE4100 ESFLASHWAVE4100 ESTransmuxFLASHWAVE 4100 ESMultiservice Provisioning Platform (MSPP) ApplicationsExisting SONET services are added to the ROADM span using OC-192/10G and OC-768/40G transponders. The 2 12 multirate, multiservicemuxponders offer one card type for aggregating OC-3/12/48 and GbEservices over OC-192 or 10G using G.709 digital wrapper for direct OTNROADM access—without an additional transponder. The ability to offermultiple service types on one card minimizes spares inventory andoperational training.The FLASHWAVE 9500 Packet ONP is equipped with a non-blockingSONET/SDH switch fabric. Using Generic Framing Protocol (GFP), thiscan encapsulate all Fiber Channel and Ethernet interfaces into theSONET/SDH payloads via standard bandwidth allocation techniques.SONET switch fabric support includes plug-in units for 480G of STS1and 20G of VT1.5. The optional, non-blocking, fully meshed, VTswitching solution supports unidirectional, bidirectional, drop-andcontinue, and broadcast cross-connections with path selectorswitching. An integrated VT switch fabric in the FLASHWAVE 9500system eliminates the need for external MSPP NEs traditionally usedfor VT grooming, thus reducing expenses.SONET/SDH rates from OC3/STM-1 to OC192/STM-64 are supported overUnidirectional Path Switched Rings (UPSR) and Bidirectional LineSwitched Rings (BLSR), using automatic protection switching (APS)mechanisms over the network facilities. Plug-in cards provideapplication flexibility.This implementation includes access to all statistics associated withSONET/SDH capability. These range from errored-seconds counts toprotection switches.7

FLASHWAVE 9500Packet Optical Networking PlatformFeatures and SpecificationsSystem CapacityNumber of Service Interfaces 960 Gbps non-blocking SONET/SDH grooming 1.2 Tbps non-blocking packet grooming 2.4 Tbps OTN switch fabric w/ODU0, 1, 2, 2e, 3, 4 and ODU flex grooming 20 Gbps non-blocking VT grooming Up to 8 degrees of ROADM connectivity 88 x 10 Gbps/40 Gbps/100 Gbps wavelengths per ROADM degree Universal interface slots SDS shelf: 16 HDS shelf: 24Interfaces100G (CFP)LR4, SR10*, 10x10-2 km, ER4*40G (CFP)LR4, SR4*, FR10G (XFP)10G (neg chirp) full band tunable10 GbE 12OC-192 /STM64/10 GbE 88-channel NBO11224OC-192/STM64/10 GbE22448OC-3/OC-12/OC-48; STM-1/STM-4/STM-16Gigabit Ethernet896192480Fast Ethernet; Gigabit Ethernet2024010G Fibre Channel1162410 GbE Base-LR/LW, 10 GbE Base-ER/EW,10 GbE Base-ZR, CWDM, DWDM4G Fibre Channel6961441G/2G Fibre Channel12192288Gigabit Ethernet (SFP)1000Base-T, 1000Base-SX, 1000Base-LX,1000Base-ZX, CWDMOTU2, 2e, OC-192, STM-64, 10 GbE,10 FC (OTN mapped)46496Fast Ethernet (SFP)10Base-T, 100BaseTX, 100Base-FX, 100Base-LX20320480OC-768/STM-256VSRGbE, OC-3, OC-12, STM-1, STM4(OTN mapped)OC-192/STM-64 (XFP)SR-1, IR-2 , LR-2, CWDM, DWDMOC-48, STM16, OTU1 (OTN mapped)10160240OC-48/STM-16 (SFP)SR-1, IR-1, LR-1, LR-2, CWDM, DWDMOC-12/STM-4 (SFP)SR-1, IR-1, LR-1, LR-2OC-3/STM-1 (SFP)SR-1, IR-1, LR-1, LR-210G Fibre Channel (XFP)FC12LL, FC12CBL1G/2G/4G Fibre Channel (SFP)OTU1 (SFP)OTU2, 2e (XFP)* Planned for future availabilityFLASHWAVE 9500 Packet ONP Family Shelf OptionsHDSSDS Rear AccessSDS Front AccessCommon system software FC1SN, FC2SN, FC4SN, FC1LC, FC2LC, FC4LCCommon MPU hardware SR-1, IR-2 , LR-2, CWDMCommon interface modules SR-1, IR-2 , LR-2, CWDM, DWDM19" rack mountable 23" rack mountable 240 Gbps universal switch fabric480 Gbps universal switch fabric Number of interface slots241616Fabric Support Sub-wavelength (electronic) universal switch fabric: SDS shelf640 Gbps SONET/SDH 800 Gbps packet 1.6 Tbps OTN HDS shelf960 Gbps SONET/SDH 1.2 Tbps packet 2.4 Tbps OTN Wavelength (photonic) fabric: SDS/HDSWSS-based 44 or 88 channels per direction Optional VT switch fabric SDS/HDS20 Gbps non-blocking VT grooming with full TSI8

FLASHWAVE 9500Packet Optical Networking PlatformFeatures and SpecificationsSynchronizationEthernet Functions DS1/E1 Building Integrated Timing Supply (BITS) primaryand secondary clock input/output Line timing Synchronization Status Messaging (SSM) Internal Stratum 3 timing source Connection-based forwarding IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Static forwarding based on IEEE 802.1q and 802.1adVLAN tags Single and dual VLAN tag push, pop and translation In-band management VLAN Per-VLAN MTU with jumbo frame support Flow-based traffic management Provisioned service delimiters: port, C-VLAN, S-VLAN, Q-in-Q, stacked S-VLAN Bandwidth reservation with Connection Admission Control (CAC) QoS/CoS classification: 802.1p, DSCP, priority code point, DE Ingress policing: 2-rate 3-color MEF 10.1 Hierarchical egress shaping: class, logical port, port Per-flow queuing with WRED Ethernet OAM ITU-T G.8031 1:1 Per service or group of services 3.3 ms and 10 ms CCM support Operates over ring, mesh, and point-to-point topologies Ethernet Performance Monitoring (PM) On-demand (binned) throughput, packet size,average packet sent PM every five seconds IEEE 802.3ad Link Aggregation Cross-card support 1:1 and 0:N with configurable hashing options IEEE 802.3ah link OAM Link discovery, monitoring and identification Link critical event and fault messages Ethernet loopback IEEE 802.1ag/Y.1731 service OAM Ethernet continuity check Ethernet link trace Ethernet loopback Ethernet over TDM to Ethernet service interworking Encapsulation of native Ethernet frames into GFP-F and X.86 GFP-F over SONET/SDH Low-Order and High-Order Virtual Concatenation(LO/HO-VCAT) groups with LCAS GFP-F over bonded DS1/E1s with LCAS GFP-F over single DS3/E3 X.86 option for DS3 encapsulationNetwork/Client Protection Architectures Optical Channel Dedicated Protection Ring (OCh-DPRING) Optical Y-cable rack- and kit-mount options SONET/SDH protection architectures (1 1, UPSR, SNCP, BLSR, MSPRING) ITU-T G.8031 Ethernet Protection Switching (EPS) over any topology IEEE 802.3ad Ethernet Link Aggregation (LAG) ITU G.873.1 OTN protection (SNC/I, SNC/S, SNC/Ne)Equipment Protection Universal fabric 1:1 Management complex 1:1 Interface card 1:1ROADM Functions Asymetric multi-TID 12-degree hub High-density 8-degree ROADM configuration in a single shelf or distributedacross multiple shelves (split-hub ROADM) 8-degree x 88-channel Wavelength Selectable Switch (WSS) Operator-selectable ITU-T wavelengths support 50 GHz ITU-T grid ROADM full-band tunable interface units 10G universal transponder 40G transponder 12-port multirate muxponder 100G transponder/muxponder 10G/40G/100G wavelength support Per-channel optical channel monitoring Narrowband direct connect SONET SDCC and OTN GCC support OCh-DPRING optical protectionOperations TL-1 SNMP NETSMART 500 Element Manager NETSMART 1500 Management System NETSMART 2000 Design and Planning Tool TCP/IP to OSI operations gateway Software download and remote memory backup/restoreControl PlaneSONET/SDH Functions STS/STM cross connects Ethernet over SONET/SDH (with GFP, VCAT, LCAS) GR-1093 state model MCN/SCN separation LMP discovery RSVP-TE signaling Centralized topology and path computation Unprotected and 1 1 protected services9

FLASHWAVE 9500Packet Optical Networking PlatformFeatures and SpecificationsEnvironmental ComplianceMaximum Power Consumption (Heat Dissipation) UL-certified GR-1089 compliant NEBS Level 3 compliant IEC 60825-1 IEC 60950-1 FDA CDRH RoHS ANZEMC CE WEEESDSHDSNominal system power*800 W(2,731 BTU/hr)800 W(2,731 BTU/hr)Maximum power per system3,034 W(10,356 BTU/hr)4,266 W(14,561 BTU/hr)Expected input–40 to –57 VDC–40 to –57 VDC* Actual power varies with configuration.Physical CharacteristicsOperating Environment Normal operating temperature Short term operating temperature Storage temperature Normal operating humidity Short term operating humidity5 to 40 C (41 to 104 F)–5 to 50 C (23 to 122 F)–40 to 70 C (–40 to 158 F)5 to 85%5 to 90%Shelf dimensions(H x W x D)**SDSHDS22.75 x 17.4 x 14.8"(578 x 442 x 376 mm)22.75 x 22.5 x 15"(578 x 571 x 380 mm)73 lb (33 kg)95 lb (43.1 kg)Weight (empty shelf)** Shelf depth measurement includes all covers and cabling.Fujitsu Network Communications Inc.2801 Telecom Parkway, Richardson, TX 75082Tel: 888.362.7763us.fujitsu.com/telecom Copyright 2014 Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc. FLASHWAVE and NETSMART are trademarks of Fujitsu Network Communications Inc. (USA).FUJITSU (and design) and “shaping tomorrow with you” are trademarks of Fujitsu Limited in the United States and other countries. All Rights Reserved.All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Configuration requirements for certain uses are described in the product documentation.Features and specifications subject to change without notice.1010.0/R7.3/03.14

Fujitsu provides multiple solutions for OTN switching. These solutions begin with the FLASHWAVE CDS in the access network to provide ODUn granularity and switching, and range to the FLASHWAVE 9500 platform with its scalable multiterabit switching fabric for the metro regional network. Fujitsu OTN solutions provide OTN switching at theFile Size: 2MBPage Count: 10Explore furtherFLASHWAVE 9500 Packet ONP - Fujitsu Network Communications .www.fujitsu.comBuy Used & Refurbished Fujitsu Flashwave 9500 Worldwide .worldwidesupply.netF L A S H WAV E 9 5 0 0 - Fujitsuwww.fujitsu.comRecommended to you based on what's popular Feedback

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