|About the Optical Hardware Report
The Cignal AI Optical Hardware Report is published quarterly and includes market share and forecasts for optical transport hardware used in optical networks worldwide. In addition to the interactive tracker, analysis includes an Excel database as well as PDF and PowerPoint summaries. Subscribers to the Optical Hardware Report also have access to Active Insight, Cignal AI’s real-time news service on current market events.
The report examines revenue for metro WDM, long-haul WDM and submarine (SLTE) equipment in six global regions and includes detailed port shipments by speed. Vendors in the report include Adtran, ADVA, Ciena, Cisco, Coriant, ECI, Ekinops, Fiberhome, Fujitsu, Huawei, Infinera, Juniper Networks, Mitsubishi Electric, MRV, NEC, Nokia, Padtec, Tejas, Xtera and ZTE.
Full report details, as well as articles and presentations, are available on the Cignal AI website.
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OFC Plenary March 5, 2019:
From open networks and 5G build-outs to self-driving cars and the drive for higher data rates, today’s plenary session explores industry challenges and the path to solutions. Alex Jinsung Choi, Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany; Benny Mikkelsen, Acacia Communications, Inc., USA; and Dmitri Dolgov, Waymo LLC, USA, will take the stage to share their visions on network innovation, the future of vehicular mobility and optical integration.
While each of these talks has a unique, focused message, all three presentations set their sights on the future. Alex will expand on the role of open networks in keeping rollout costs under control. Benny’s presentation will explore how co-packaging of photonics and electronics could offer additional improvements in power, density and performance; and Dmitri’s insights will shed light on how machine learning and artificial intelligence fuel Waymo’s technology.
“There’s much to discuss and discover as we unpack where the industry will go,” remarked Jörg-Peter Elbers, ADVA Optical Networking SE and one of OFC 2019’s general chairs. “We have to continue to push the limits of technology.”
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