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.
Networking and connectivity solutions vendor, ProLabs, has unveiled its latest plug and play optical solution, the Clarity Auto-Tuneable DWDM Transceiver, aimed at empowering service providers to simplify on-site set up while saving costs and time to deploy new services. Designed to support existing network infrastructure, it offers service providers a new solution for a truly […]Read More
Welcome to the spring edition of Optical Connections, now available to read online. With the massive growth in capacity, driven by the rise of international datacentres, streaming video and ultimately 5G and IoT, long-haul networks are becoming more important than ever. In this first issue of 2019, issue, we look at how long-haul technologies are […]Read More
To maintain its position and capture growth in its long-haul transport network, Telia Carrier has chosen Ciena to supply the operator’s new Open Optical Line System (O-OLS) in Europe. The system will be deployed from the beginning of 2020 and will provide increased capacity across the European FLAP (Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam and Paris) markets, as […]Read More