GNPy is an open-source, community-developed library for building route planning and optimization tools in real-world mesh optical networks. We are a consortium of operators, vendors, and academic researchers sponsored via the Telecom Infra Project's OOPT/PSE working group. Together, we are building this tool for rapid development of production-grade route planning tools which is easily extensible to include custom network elements and performant to the scale of real-world mesh optical networks.
This example demonstrates how GNPy can be used to check the expected SNR at the end of the line by varying the channel input power:
GNPy can do much more, including acting as a Path Computation Engine, tracking bandwidth requests, or advising the SDN controller about a best possible path through a large DWDM network. Learn more about this in the documentation.