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Ad-hoc optical network

Ad-hoc optical network, is a novel research area that aims at applying ideas derived from wireless ad-hoc networks to the optical provisioning domain, to enhance the reconfiguration capabilities of optical networks, increasing resiliency and fault recovery. In addition, as data rates constantly increase in access networks, an ad-hoc plug-and-play approach to optical networking will facilitate the deployment of bandwidth at the network edge (e.g., metro and access network).

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