Talking about increasing carrier network traffic may border on the cliché at this point, but it's a real problem for network operators. If Cisco's (CSCO) prior estimates of compound annual traffic growth of 23% between 2012 and 2017 are even close to accurate, carriers badly need new strategies for coping with traffic growth, as boosting capex by 23% a year for five years isn't much of an option.
This is where Cyan (CYNI) comes into the picture. Cyan is unproven (less than $100 million in revenue), but the company has two separate approaches to help carriers meet their network needs - packet-optical transport systems that can help manage traffic at the metro edge and...
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