Katsuya Watabe

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In this paper, we design and implement a hybrid optical switching node combining both multi-wavelength packet and circuit switching, and experimentally demonstrate its feasibility in a 400Gb/s network testbed. 1. Introduction In future Internet, bandwidth-intensive services such as super high-definition video distribution services will be supported as well(More)
In particular, these developments are a result of the emergence of standards for interoperability. Windowing systems, such as the X window system [Sch88], configurable graphical user interfaces, like the Tk/Tcl toolkit [Ous90, Ous91], and a widely available network application programming interfaces (API), such as Unix sockets [Sun88], all have given rise(More)
This paper proposes 80Gb/s multi-wavelength optical packet switching(OPS) using a PLZT switch. The Multi-wavelength OPS Network can achieve low implementation costs compared to existing OPS networks in which the number of wavelengths is large. In this network, the header is processed separately from the payload. The payload is divided into multiple(More)
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