Sirocco is an optical networking company focused on delivering third generation solutions to service providers that allow them to derive new and enhanced services from their optical core networks.
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The Sirocco Zephyr OAD is a new network element, designed to aggregate services onto the optical network, replacing Add/Drop Multiplexers and high-end Integrated Access Devices (IADs).
The Sirocco Typhoon OES is a new class of device that aggregates, concentrates and grooms multi-service streams and feeds traffic on multiple wavelengths directly into the optical core.
Sirocco products offer a combination of optical and high speed switching technologies, enabling the consolidation of multiple network elements into a single intelligent platform for reduced network complexity, capital, and operational expense.
The Sirocco Tempest OMS has been designed with this in mind.
Unlike many competitive products, which simply transport protocols across an optical network, Sirocco platforms provide a full packet/cell switching and processing capability.
Every Sirocco OSDN platform contains an integrated sub-lambda cross-connect that enables the system to multiplex and switch entire wavelengths (lambdas) and sub-lambdas.
Sirocco platforms also offer multiplexing of multiple service types onto a single wavelength (a technique known as sub-lambda multiplexing) as well as providing the ability to switch sub-lambda streams at each node in the network (a technique known as sub-lambda-switching).