Tag: optical networks


The Future Is Fiber: Revolutionizing Connectivity with Passive Optical Networks

July 31, 2023

Via: Natalie Dunn

Passive Optical Network (PON) technology has been growing in popularity in recent years as a means of providing high-speed Internet access to homes and businesses. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the global market experienced significant growth, as consumers rapidly shifted from […]

Mobile Networks, News

NTT, KDDI to Promote Global Standardization of Optical Networks

March 27, 2023

Via: The Fast Mode

NTT and KDDI signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote global standardization in the field of optical networks, such as optical transmission technology, mobile network technology and its operations management technology, where both companies can leverage their technological strengths. For […]

News, Software, Technology

Cisco Collapses IP and Optical Networks with New Converged Solution

April 2, 2021

Via: The Fast Mode

Cisco on Wednesday announced that it has designed its Converged SDN Transport, an innovative blueprint designed to help service providers converge multiple networks into a common, cost efficient and secure infrastructure with enormous scale. Cisco is helping to further simplify […]

Hardware, News, Technology

II-VI to double manufacturing capacity of optical filters

March 2, 2021


II‐VI, a provider of precision optics for life sciences and optical networks, is to begin the expansion of its manufacturing footprint in Santa Rosa, California, with the aim of doubling over the next five years its manufacturing capacity of optical […]


Micron-sized lens could link quantum computers to optical networks

September 18, 2018


An international team of researchers led by the Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, has invented a tiny camera lens, which they say could lead to a device to connect future quantum computers to an optical fiber network. The development is […]


Retro signal treatment boosts modern optical networks

January 11, 2017


To keep optical communications technology, which carries 99% of global data traffic, ahead of the projected growth in demand for bandwidth, researchers are turning their attention to tackling nonlinear distortions of signals traveling in fiber cables, which are now the […]