Evolving network requirements are driving an expansion of use cases that can benefit from coherent optical technology. This is ushering in a new era of pluggable coherent optical technology with 100 – 400Gb/s capacity, support for various interoperable transport standards and a wide variety of client payloads. At the same time, the options for pluggable client optical transceivers are also broadening with respect to form factor, client rates and types. At the nexus of these trends are transport and router platforms utilizing both client pluggable optics and coherent pluggable optics to support a range of different applications. These systems will leverage the capabilities of this new generation of multi-rate coherent pluggables to enable features like modularity, pay-as-you-grow, interoperability and flexibility.
Join Corning for a complimentary six-part Live Webinar Series on “Staying Connected with the Data Center.” This series aims to provide quality training in the latest applications and solutions in the Data Center world, while also sharing best practices to make better informed decisions on meeting bandwidth requirements both now and in the future. Topics include scaling from 10G to 400G, the technology roadmap for optical transceivers, and what considerations data center infrastructure professionals should keep in mind to enable this evolution.
How can you deliver a reliable 4th Utility connected experience so you can face the demands of a modern network? In this webinar, Corning discusses how optical network solutions provide a future-ready platform that can help support in-building applications like Wi-Fi, cellular, cameras, A/V, lighting and more. We will also walk through an Intelligent Building case study that used remote powering, software defined networking, cellular and optical network solutions to provide an easy to manage, scalable, and cost-effective common infrastructure that saved more than 25% over traditional copper networks.
Bandwidth-hungry electronics are increasing on aircraft as passengers and crews expect more from in-flight entertainment, cabin lighting, security and freight monitors, and other features. A significant amount of wiring and connectors is required to enable these capabilities, and designers need to implement smarter connectivity solutions without adding weight. This 60-minute Webinar explores how the adoption of Ethernet technology is evolving to support the SWaP and performance needs of modern aircraft cabin networks.
When we think of the Local Area Network (LAN), we typically think of devices that have traditionally been Ethernet-enabled – desktop computers, Voice-over-IP (VoIP) phones and more recently, wireless access points. What we are now seeing is the emergence of a uLAN, or Utility LAN. Like the traditional LAN, the uLAN is an interconnected set of devices that share data within the enterprise. But the uLAN is comprised of non-traditional Ethernet-enabled devices – lighting, HVAC, security, and AV systems – that are now being connected and powered by the IP network. The uLAN enables you to integrate systems to reduce installation and maintenance costs, and capture actionable analytics to further improve efficiency, and improve productivity and the overall user experience.
Until recently, multimode transceivers were orders of magnitude less expensive than their single-mode counterparts, making multimode the fiber of choice for many enterprise network designers. Today, the cost of single-mode transceivers has come down significantly, making the increased bandwidth and longer distances made possible by single-mode fiber much more attractive. This presentation covers: Reasons to include single-mode fiber in the enterprise network; What you need as an IT Manager and what is expected as an installer; Choices and recommendations on fiber cabling, connectors, termination and migration options; and Cleaning, testing and maintenance to ensure system longevity and performance.
Join FOTC Standards Chair Cindy Montstream for LAN, Standards, News & Trends: 2020. During this webinar Cindy will review current and pending structured cabling standards from the TIA, IEEE and other standards bodies. Attendees will earn 1 BICSI CEC
This webinar will focus on how you can prepare for successful commissioning and deployment of 5G in the field and beyond. Whether you work at a service provider, in an enterprise or you are an individual wireless or fiber contractor, we’ll include case studies and tips to make your deployments faster, more accurate and with fewer reworks and repeat visits. Key topics include:Why thoroughly testing at every stage of 5G is the only option; Testing process from antenna to core; and analytics to help service providers plan and optimize.
Join AFL for our three-part webinar series that addresses How High Count Fiber Optics Power Today’s Hyperscale Market.
The webinars will take place over sessions and cover the following topics: Hyperscale market applications, Hyperscale solutions and future technology developments. The series starts on May 5.
This webinar will cover the different cabling approaches needed to achieve the high density interconnects being installed in data centers today. It will also introduce 200 micron fiber as a path to create even higher density solutions and cover the installation and design impacts one must consider when looking to move to a 200 micron fiber solution.