What is the current state of play in the datacentre when it comes to physical connectivity? Antony Savvas looks at the market arena around both the spread of hyperscale datacentre connectivity through the likes of AWS, Microsoft and Google etc and distributed edge datacentres that will better support 5G, IoT, driverless cars and AI applications.
Telia Carrier has launched two new PoPs in the Portland, Or, US, area, bringing improved diversity and high speed connectivity to service, content and cloud providers in the Pacific Northwest. Telia’s new locations include Hillsboro, a key connection point for sea cable landings coming from the west as well as international traffic from Asia. The […]Read More
Anritsu Corporation has launched a PAM4 Error Detector (ED), supporting 116-Gb/s bit error rate tests. The new module for the Anritsu Signal Quality Analyzer-R MP1900A series is claimed to be the only instrument to achieve error-free measurement of PAM4 signals at 116 Gbps with industry-best operation bit rates and high Rx sensitivity. Combined with the […]Read More
China Mobile International (CMI) has opened its first data centre in Europe to improve the fibre connectivity of its customers and partners. The purpose-built data centre located in the UK (pictured) is billed as an important addition to CMI’s growing global network. Serving as both an international network exchange hub and an internet data centre, […]Read More