Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy is here with a few reminders, plus some thoughts on FTTH for cable operators, green data centers, 200-Gbps optical networks, and why 2017 was a good year for optical systems vendors.
Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy is back from vacation with looks at NG-PON2 deployments, new management at Google Fiber, Broadcom's latest pursuit, and strategic decisions from optical module companies. All in this week's Friday 5 video.
This edition of the Friday 5 is brought to you by the number 400 -- as in 400 Gigabit Ethernet. Also on tap are submarine network advances, software defined access network advances, and interest in disaggregated optical hardware advancing.
AT&T opens up XGS-PON, Sprint and Cox join up for small cells, the OIF dishes up CEI 4.0, and China may not be as much of an up market for mainstream component suppliers. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy brings you up to speed.
After looking at the Top 5 stories of 2017 last week, Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy names the Top 5 of 2018 -- all two weeks of it. Scandal, executive reshuffling, closed R&D efforts, and more have made 2018 an eventful year already.
The last Friday 5 video of 2017 delves into hollow-core fiber, FTTH deployment records, startup investments, and brewing trouble in China for Western component/subsystem vendors. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy has it all.
Some disconcerting news from China, some expected news from 3Q17 sales reports, and the FCC's vote to let Internet Freedom ring is about as much news as the sun coming up. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy has all the news you need.
Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy introduces you to a new acronym, a new acquisition strategy, some soon to be newly available 400GbE transceivers, and a new look at optics sales in 2018 in the Friday 5 video. Sponsored by Viavi Solutions.
Qualcomm shuns its suitor, FTTH looks good over the next 10 years, and Telefonica has one word for home networks: Plastics. Plus the MEF comes out with the successor to Carrier Ethernet 2.0. Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy has the details.
Don't be frightened -- it's just the Halloween edition of the Friday 5! We sample a few treats like 400GbE, 10G EPON, and submarine cable networks for everyone. But, yeah, there are a few tricks as well from twisted-pair and HFC technologies.
Private optical networks get more attention, virtualization and whitebox hardware reaches the access, DOCSIS 3.1 gains symmetrical 10G capabilities, and the data center market isn't as immune to bumps as previously thought. Sponsored by Champion ONE.