Companies are collaborating, merging, virtualizing, and looking into white box next-gen access platforms in this week's Friday 5 video. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy offers insights into it all. Sponsored by Senko Advanced Components.
There's a lot of packet routing in this week's Friday 5, along with advances in metro network technology, expansion of SD-WAN services, and G.fast getting ready to deploy...uh, fast. Sponsored by Senko Advanced Components.
With Fiber Connect at hand, it's not surprising that this week's Friday 5 touches on next-generation broadband and municipal fiber networks. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy also touches on data center interconnect and other topics.
The FCC gets set to roll back the clock, carriers appear ready to roll forward with more NFV, 50G designs are about to get rolling (if they haven't already) and submarine networks roll with the changes in this week's Friday 5. Sponsored by Anritsu.
Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy looks at a few leftovers from OFC 2017 as well as some other big stories. Single-wavelength 100G, SDN, network virtualization, data center interconnect and more are in the cards. Sponsored by VeEX.
Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy discusses several novel technologies this week: space-based laser communications, a wrinkle on coherent transmission, and advances in G.fast. Plus, submarine networks and who will provide SDN assurance.
Fischer Connectors' new rugged fiber connector solutions are taking fiber where it hasn't gone before. These pre-cabled connectors stands up to a lot of mud, muck and abuse. But they can handle it.
The Light Brigade - www.lightbrigade.com: Typical singlemode and multimode testing issues.
The Light Brigade - www.lightbrigade.com: Two unique yet reliable splicing processes: mechanical and fusion
The Light Brigade - www.lightbrigade.com: A short primer on basic optical theory through graphical animations
APM demonstrates end-to-end OTN at OFC from 100Mbps to 100Gbps and world fastest CMOS PHY at 28Gbps.
Reg Wilcox, vice president of network marketing and product management for Huawei Technologies USA, discusses with Lightwave's Stephen Hardy his company's views on 400 Gbps technology and demand. He also describes a petabit photonic cross connect.