Editor's picks

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Interoperability is recognised as the linchpin of open networking. Here three experts offer their view as to why this can only be achieved via industry collaboration.

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toob is expanding its full fibre services over CityFibre’s national network.

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Jimmy Yu offers an analyst's review of optical transport developments in 2022 and a forecast of what to expect in 2023

News

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03 February 2023

The terrestrial route measures 16,576 km and is designed to cater to the demand for more capacity from hyperscalers.

News

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01 February 2023

The Honotua international cable system now provides 300Gb/s capacity to meet rising traffic demands.

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01 February 2023

The network provider aims to bring fibre broadband to an additional 30,000 customers in 2023.

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25 January 2023

The market intelligence firm forecasts that the five-year cumulative revenue for optical transport equipment will reach $81bn by 2027

Analysis & opinion

Analysis & opinion

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15 December 2022

A countdown of the most-viewed and industry-shaping developments of 2022 according to Fibre Systems readers

Teresa Monteiro, director solution marketing, network software and automation, Infinera

06 December 2022

Teresa Monteiro reveals why there is more to open networking than physical device interoperability

Craig Thomas, Vice President Strategic Marketing and Business Development at Broadband Forum

28 October 2022

We will continue to see a shift to a service-orientated ecosystem over the next 12 months, according to Craig Thomas, who advises on the important role that standards will play.

Features

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03 February 2023

How North and Latin America are faring when it comes to fibre deployment

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29 November 2022

The experts' view of the current state of play for FTTH deployment in Europe and America, and predictions for what should be done over the next 12 months to meet various governments’ ambitious targets

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24 November 2022

Interoperability is recognised as the linchpin of open networking. Here three experts offer their view as to why this can only be achieved via industry collaboration.

Fibre Systems TV

Tech Focus

We round up the latest high-capacity optics for coherent optical transmission in 2023.

A look at the market for access equipment and some of the products and solutions available

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A look at the market for optical fibre cables and some of the products and solutions available

Products

01 February 2023

M2 Optics offers customized specialty optical fibers and components designed to
support a wide variety of critical applications.
Some of the specialty fiber solutions currently available from M2 are:
➔ Dispersion Compensating Fibers
➔ Radiation Hardened Fibers

28 November 2022

The tool is designed to make opening thick jacketed cables faster and safer.

15 November 2022

The tester is designed to be compact and simple-to-use with a future-proof design for upgradability.

10 November 2022

JGR Optics has released the new RD-P Remote-head Polarity Detector.

11 October 2022

The company’s fixed network solutions portfolio is now available on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) basis.

Resources

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The optical technology and techniques that terrestrial network operators need to consider to achieve high-performance in challenging conditions

With fiber networks’ ability to create more sustainable connectivity and monetisation opportunities, how can operators take advantage of the benefits provided to ensure the future success their business? Ana Pesovic, marketing director at Nokia explains

Read this application note to find out how to address the challenging conditions found in many terrestrial networks.

Press releases

01 February 2023

M2 Optics offers customized specialty optical fibers and components designed to
support a wide variety of critical applications.
Some of the specialty fiber solutions currently available from M2 are:
➔ Dispersion Compensating Fibers
➔ Radiation Hardened Fibers

28 November 2022

The tool is designed to make opening thick jacketed cables faster and safer.

15 November 2022

The tester is designed to be compact and simple-to-use with a future-proof design for upgradability.