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.
The Photonic Integrated Circuit is becoming an increasingly important area of development in the field of optical communications as demand for speed and throughput ramp up. The impending onset of 5G has added even greater impetus to innovation in photonics, however new developments raise new challenges when it comes to test and measurement. Exfo’s François […]Read More
Energy and telecom cable systems supplier Prysmian Group, has partnered with TPG Telecom in the realisation of the “Ten Gigabit Adelaide” project in Australia, a revolutionary high-speed fibre optic data network specifically designed for big data users in Adelaide. Prysmian supplied TPG Telecom a solution which included its Flextube and MINISM@RT mini loose tube cables. […]Read More
The need for improved performance application delivery across Africa continues to grow, and NetActuate has announced the completion of major connectivity and capacity upgrades at its Johannesburg, South Africa data centre to support it. The NetActuate facility is strategically located in Ekurhuleni, a major trade and industry hub. Johannesburg is home to Africa’s largest stock […]Read More