KDDI, DNI launch 3.2-terabit packet router using OSS for 5G transmission

Wednesday 27 March 2019 | 07:53 CET | News
Japanese operator KDDI and Delta Networks have developed a router that uses open-source software (OSS) and can transmit data packets of up to 3.2 terabits. KDDI and DNI's hardware-based packet transmission processing uses OSS to enable hardware packet transmission data to be kept on the hardware. This makes it possible to increase energy conservation and cost effectiveness while also maximizing packet transmission capacity, KDDI said.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: KDDI
Countries: Japan
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