Optical Keyhole is currently carrying 2 discussions between Verizon (NYSE:VZ), Juniper Networks (NYSE:JNPR), Fujitsu Network Communications, and Source Photonics.
In the first, Glenn Wellbrock, Director of Backbone Network Design at Verizon, is joined by Hans-Juergen Schmidtke of Juniper Networks and Near Margalit of Source Photonics on how systems vendors and network providers can work with the optical component developers to generate and maintain innovation in the industry. This can be found here
In the second, Verizon are joined by Juniper and Fujitsu Network Communications and consider how to simplify connectivity for the end user, the technologies that could facilitate this, such as OTN and the latest ROADMs, and how to use capacity more efficiently. Part 1 of this video can be found here:
Other recent content can be found here
1. Interoute and Transmode exchanging views on the need to build and optimise products for specific applications or markets by determining what specific features are required at the right price.
2. Craig Easley, VP of Marketing at Accedian Networks and a Director of the Metro Ethernet Forum, sharing best practices for successfully using Carrier Ethernet in a variety of high performance applications, including mobile backhaul and managed business services.
3. A brief introduction to Alcatel-Lucent's (NYSE: ALU) next generation converged OTN and WDM platform as demonstrated at WDM & Next Generation Optical Networking in Monte Carlo, at the core of which is a powerful Bell Labs-developed chip delivering up to 4 Tbit/s of OTN switching capability:
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