Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy breaks out the notebook to give you a whirlwind tour of ECOC 2017 in the second of our two show daily videos. Sponsored by EXFO and Inphi.
Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy brings you to Gothenburg, Sweden to discover what's hot at ECOC 2017 in this two-part series. This first video looks at new transceiver MSAs, 400G trends, and PAM4 silicon. Sponsored by EXFO and Inphi.
What's the sound? It's the footsteps of approaching 400G technology and deployments! Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy also tells you what he expects to see at ECOC 2017, comments on single-lambda 100G, and chats about chips.
This week's Friday 5 is (almost) all business. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy discusses fiber-lit buildings, cable operators as business services providers, M&A, and more. Sponsored by Senko Advanced Components.
SD-WAN advances, the rising price of fiber (companies), the advent of 400 Gbps switch ports, something for you movie nerds, and more in this week's Friday 5 video with Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy. Sponsored by Anritsu Co.
Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy opens up about a new conference, cable operator and fiber-optic network service provider consolidation, and submarine network construction. And he exults in the newest optical transceiver MSA.
This week saw consolidation and evolution at the optical systems hardware level, good work at the undersea cable level, and progress at the optical module level. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy takes a level-headed view of it all
Cisco predicts the future, NG-PON2 supporters look toward the future, and Oaktree brightens Coriant's future. All this and more from Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy in this week's Friday 5 video. Sponsored by Corning.
Our special WDM themed edition of the Friday 5 wasn't planned -- that's just the way the week went. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy also discusses Acacia's production issues as well as yet another hopeful sign for 400G deployments.
All we need is a bit of patience this week, as Lightwave Editorial Director comments on several broadband access stories, OTN for 5G fronthaul and backhaul, and one final look back at 2016.
Service providers shed data center assets, Verizon sheds even more, CenturyLink gets ready to shed a few Level 3 executives, and Lightwave Editorial Director sheds a bit of the purple from his right eye, all in this week's Friday 5 video.