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EFFECT Photonics is exhibiting at ECOC Virtual Exhibition 2020

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EFFECT Photonics is exhibiting at ECOC Virtual Exhibition 2020

From December 7-9, 2020, EFFECT Photonics will be exhibiting at the ECOC Virtual Exhibition. ECOC is the top networking destination for the optical communications industry. https://www.ecocexhibition.com/  

Join us, along with your colleagues, peers and over 300 international exhibitors at ECOC Exhibition 2020, for three days of networking, business, sharing ideas, learning, and discussing new trends.

The virtual exhibition hall will work in a similar way to the physical exhibition. You will be able to browse the hall and visit our virtual booth, view our videos and download content, as well as request a meeting with the EFFECT Photonics Team. 

Interested in what EFFECT Photonics is working on right now?

Narrow Tunable SFP+ Transceivers for Next Generation Mobile Networks  In response to the exponentially growing demand for bandwidth at the edges of the network, EFFECT Photonics is now shipping its narrow tunable SFP+ transceiver targeted at next generation mobile networks. Designed to withstand the most demanding of circumstances, these modules can operate in the freezing temperatures of northern Canada, but also in the blistering heat of Vietnam. Our transceivers are equipped with our latest System-on-Chip (SoC) technology, which is best-in-class. This technology enables seamless operation and an easy upgrade path from 1G to 10G. Plugs can be used in both 1G and 10G protocols (and in between), enabling users to upgrade the network using the same plugs. With more than six channels available per module, narrow tunable modules are well suited for fronthaul deployments, where remote radio heads use multiples of three antennas to cover a full 360 degrees. All these different elements combined, make narrow tunable modules the perfect match for the fronthaul networks of the future. 

NarroWave enabled SFP+ modules

At ECOC 2020, EFFECT Photonics is demonstrating its NarroWave enabled SFP+ modules. By using NarroWave enabled modules network operators can drive down cost and speed up service delivery. This is achieved by maximizing fibre capacity without the need to replace telecom equipment in the field. NarroWave enabled modules are completely agnostic and work with any network element that supports third-party optics. NarroWave enabled modules reduce operational cost, since they remove the need for special training or test equipment for field engineers, making the upgrade from fixed to tunable very easy. Additionally, NarroWave enabled modules increase quality of service, through remote diagnostics. This way, operators can quickly trace a fault in the field from the central office, thereby reducing disaster recovery times. This makes EFFECT Photonics’ SFP+ modules a powerful asset in the toolkit of any telecom provider looking to drive down cost and increase quality of service of its telecommunication network. 

To register for the free exhibition pass, simply click ‘Register Now’, complete your details before submitting the form and you will receive an email confirmation containing your unique attendee ID which you will need to access the virtual event.

For more information please visit www.effectphotonics.com or contact sales@effectphotonics.com

– About EFFECT Photonics –

EFFECT Photonics delivers highly integrated optical communications products based on its Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) optical System-on-Chip technology. The key enabling technology for DWDM systems is full monolithic integration of all photonic components within a single chip and being able to produce these in volume with high yield at low cost. With this capability, EFFECT Photonics is addressing the need for low cost DWDM solutions driven by the soaring demand for high bandwidth connections between datacenters and back from mobile cell towers. Headquartered in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, with additional R&D and manufacturing in South West UK, with sales partners worldwide. www.effectphotonics.com

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