In a world of 5G wireless networks and 400G Ethernet connections, it is easy to forget that other technologies can deliver significant benefits for users. Meet the Liquid OTN.
Ensuring that all schools & clinics are connected requires a mix of technology, digital skills training, and business models that ensures ROI for operators. Here’s how that can be achieved.
Over the past 30 years, information technologies have advanced rapidly, making people’s lives and work much easier. The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed though that digital infrastructure has not kept pace with technological developments.
Fixed line networks have always supported higher bandwidths and greater availability than mobile networks, and this should continue with the right investment in full-fiber solutions using the latest technology – F5G.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues globally, carriers need to be prepared in four areas of network construction and business development to quickly unleash network potential and inspire business growth. [Video]
5G will create synergy and opportunities in 5 tech domains. However, given current economic conditions, we have 3 key recommendations for carriers.
800G, the next steps for Optical Networks, and the “secret sauce” algorithms for maximum performance.
Is there a simple, smart & green answer to meeting the huge power requirements of a data-driven 5G world? Our answer is yes – with the right strategies & solutions.
A commitment to developing & implementing green technologies has never been more important. Read how Huawei & China Telecom Sichuan are constructing province-wide green networks with the latest in fiber tech.
The optical cross-connect (OXC) was a huge topic in optics at the turn of the millennium. But the large-scale OXC trend fizzled when modest port-count 1×2 and 1×4 ROADMs proved to be the right solution to the wavelength routing challenges of that time. But “OXC” is coming back. Here’s why.