Global growth in cloud computing is driving demand for higher-performance infrastructure. And to keep pace with demand, developers are transitioning to 400G technologies to enable compact, faster and lower cost-per-bit solutions, writes Antony Savvas.
The Open Eye Consortium has announced the establishment of its Multi-Source Agreement (MSA), outlining its mission to standardise advanced specifications for lower latency, more power efficient and lower cost optical modules. The MSA is targeting 50 Gbits/s, 100 Gbits/s, 200 Gbits/s, and up to 400 Gbits/s optical modules for datacentre interconnects over single-mode and multimode […]Read More
Whether you will be attending ECOC this week in Düsseldorf or remaining at your post in Silicon Valley, the Thames Valley or Baden-Württemberg, here is a bumper edition of Optical Connections to keep you up to date with the world of fibre-based communications. Besides previewing some of the show’s countless highlights, our biggest ever issue […]Read More
In an exclusive article for Optical Connections, Evan Wienburg, CEO of TrueSpeed, a provider of full fibre infrastructure in South West England, says it’s the time to put UK rural businesses back on the infrastructure agenda. Continue reading the article in our magazineRead More