It was a rough week for Huawei, a better week for Lumentum, and a pretty good week for compact DCI platforms. We also have the OIF getting busy again and ADTRAN peeking into home networks in this week’s Friday 5. Sponsored by VeEX Inc.
The internet gets wicked big, key 5G support specs are released, Gfast comes on fast, and optical hardware sales take a turn. All this in this week's Friday 5 with Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy. Sponsored by Senko Advanced Components.
A little M&A, a little 3D sensing, and a whole lot of access network news this week in the Friday 5 video. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy sorts through it all for you. Sponsored by Senko Advanced Components.
Tired and cranky after an arduous week at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, Lightwave's Stephen Hardy takes on the Broadband Forum, admits the truth about HFC networks, discusses the new BT CEO, and more in this week's Friday 5 video.
It was a big week for open systems. We had several announcements coming out of the TIP Summit, as well as another example of virtualization benefiting optical access. Elsewhere, cloud and colo companies open their wallets and coherent makes gains.
We step outside our optical comfort zone a bit this week, with looks at Wi-Fi and Gfast advances (and how they related to FTTH). We also turn our attention to FTTx M&A, SDN/NFV in access networks, and why the data center market is a pain in the butt.
Just because we only sent one newsletter this week doesn't mean there wasn't any news. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy discusses 600G advances, Tier 1s and white box hardware, BT's dilemma, and the return of the L-Band.
Is 900 Mbps is close enough to a gig not to matter, alternatives to alternatives, whether investing in broadband services providers is a good idea, whether getting out of IP video technology also is a good idea. Sponsored by Senko Advanced Components
The ONF gets practical, the cloud services market stays friendly, the Fiber Broadband Association has a new face, Huawei has old problems (but more of them), and LightCounting begins to tote up the cost of ZTE’s technology ban.
It was a big week for fiber to the home, new IEEE standards, Verizon -- and a really big week for ZTE. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy has all the details in this week's edition of the Friday 5. Sponsored by EXFO.
Is there an end in sight for the ZTE saga? Any interesting startups? What's happening at Fiber Connect? How many companies can make money with CFP2-DCOs? These questions and more are addressed in this week's Friday 5 video.