Features

04 March 2014

After years of data centres being held back by their own networks, things are finally progressing, argues Roy Rubenstein

04 March 2014

Fifty years after its formation in a tiny workshop, Reichle and De-Massari is thriving – and still stressing the importance of providing the highest-quality products.
Tim Gillett reports

04 March 2014

Now is the time to encourage governments worldwide to invest in fibre to the home – not in 20 years time, according to FTTH Council president Karin Ahl. Robert Roe reports

31 January 2014

As GPON rolls out, equipment interoperability issues abound. Will certification ease today’s rising test and measurement costs. Rebecca Pool finds out

31 January 2014

The jury is still out on the significance of silicon photonics-based products in the optical component industry, writes Roy Rubenstein

31 January 2014

Siân Harris investigates the increasing role that fibre plays in mobile backhaul

31 January 2014

A recent study has predicted fast growth in data traffic on metropolitan access and aggregation networks. Transmode’s chief technical officer Sten Nordell offers a perspective on the situation. By Tim Gillett

31 January 2014

Coriant has been going great guns since its spin-out from Nokia Siemens Networks. Tim Gillett reports

19 October 2013

Katia Moskvitch looks at the technologies that are making underwater communication faster and safer

19 October 2013

Interest in transport software-defined networking has grown over the past year, but Roy Rubenstein finds there are still challenges to be overcome

19 October 2013

While the 100G market is now established, Pauline Rigby finds that it’s not yet clear what the next step will be

19 October 2013

Objections to fibre to the home (FTTH) simply do not stack up, says Hartwig Tauber

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