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SIAE MICROELETTRONICA successfully completed the third ETSI SDN MWT Plugtest focused on the advantages of using a standard Northbound Interface (NBI) to minimize interoperability issues and ease multi-vendor/multi-technology operation, demonstrating compliance to the IETF MDSC-PNC Interface (MPI).

This interface is used for Network Discovery by retrieving the Microwave Topology, Ethernet Topology and the Ethernet Service Topology information, E2E L2 service provisioning and verifying the LLDP interoperability that is used for inter-domain link discovery.

Link to the ETSI official Plugtest page:

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