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Discover Where Light Meets Digital at OFC2024

Join us from March 26 to 28, 2024 at OFC in San Diego, California, the world’s largest event for optical networking and communications.
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Coherent Pluggable Optics: The Next Frontier

In this special webinar on Wednesday, 13th December 2023 at 11AM EDT / 5PM CEST, Heavy Reading will be joined by leading experts from Ciena, EFFECT Photonics, and Infinera to unveil key findings from Heavy Reading’s 2023 global coherent optics operator survey analyzing the future of coherent pluggable optics for CSPs, from 100G to 800G.
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Discover Where Light Meets Digital at ECOC2023

Join us from October 2nd-4th, 2023 at ECOC Exhibition in Sec, Glasgow, Scotland, the largest optical communications exhibition in Europe at stand #547. 
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Where is 100ZR Needed?

Simply relying on traditional direct detect technologies will not meet the growing bandwidth and service…

Discover Where Light Meets Digital at OFC2023

Join us from March 7 to 9, 2023 at OFC in San Diego, California, the world’s largest event for optical networking and communications.

Reaching a 100ZR Future for Access Network Transport

In the optical access networks, the 400ZR pluggables that have become mainstream in datacom applications…

System-On-Chip: A smaller world full of big advantages

Coherent Optics: 100G, 400G and Beyond

In this special webinar on Tuesday, October 25, 2022, 10:00 a.m New York / 3:00 p.m London, Heavy Reading will be joined by leading experts.
Coherent technology can give free-space optical systems greater reach and capacity, enabling these new applications in space and terrestrial links.

Coherent Free Space Optics for Ground and Space Applications

In a previous article, we described how free-space optics (FSO) could impact mobile fronthaul and…

The Future of Passive Optical Networks

Like every other telecom network, cable networks had to change to meet the growing demand…

How Many DWDM Channels Do You Really Need?

Optical fiber and dense wavelength division multiplex (DWDM) technology are moving towards the edges of…