In an attempt to lead the way in innovation and network Telia Carrier to add Coriant CloudWave Optics to pan-European fiber-optic backbone network. Among the first implementations of the CloudWave Optics technology will be a 400G-enabled fiber route between Copenhagen and Frankfurt. Telia Carrier also will apply the technology to routes like a submarine cable long-haul link to London. We respect their drive to expand. Check out the story here as reporeted from lightwaveonline.com. Photocredit: commons.wikimedia.org
Much as we would suspect, increases in fiber-optic broadband access increases value for multiple dwelling units (MDU) and for owners alike. This only makes sense as the growing prevalence of the internet has become ubiquitous and almost a staple of most households. A recent study commissioned by Fiber to the Home (FTTH) Council Americas found that availability of fiber-optic broadband access to individual apartments will increase rental and property values in multiple dwelling units (MDUs) by 8% and 2.8%, respectively. Check out the full article hereas presented by lightwaveonline.com. Photo credit to Nokia.
FibreMaxHP is a second-generation 3-6 axis photonics alignment platform built on Aerotech’s proven ANT nanopositioning product line. Aerotech launches FibreMaxHP 3-6 Axis photonics alignment platform with plans to keep on growing. Thanks to http://opticalconnectionsnews.com for the story and hereit is in its entirety.
In a 46.8 million move IPG Photonics has purchased Menara. They hope that the purchase will broaden their telecommunications offerings in internationally and in North America. Read the full story here as written by fibre-systems.com.
AT&T says it plans to provide mobile 5G services in a dozen cities by the end of 2018, including parts of Dallas, Atlanta, and Waco, TX. The company has plans to announce additional cities over the coming months.
Network-neutral interconnection and data center services provider Cologix said that their new 160,000 square-foot data center in Columbus (COL3) is ready for service. Located on the same 8-acre campus as Cologix's existing Columbus data centers, COL1 and COL2, the new facility is the largest neutral data center in Columbus, Cologix attests.