Fibre Yearbook 2020
The Fibre Yearbook is an essential, year-round companion for people at all stages of the optical communications supply chain. Component and subsystem vendors, network equipment manufacturers, planners, installers, systems integrators, global operators and end users of fibre-optic networks can all find something to interest them. It is designed to provide a platform to expand on the most important industry developments from the previous 12 months and how these will affect business in the year ahead.
Keely Portway looks at the state of the market for fibre deployment in Europe and the US and what needs to be done in the next 12 months towards copper switch-off
Steve Harris looks ahead to the next 12 months and the impact that the latest technology may have on training for those on the front line
Keely Portway finds out how optical networking interoperability is achieved through industry collaboration
Robin Mersh advises on overcoming complexities and opening up new opportunities with automation
Brian Teague offers the time and motion argument for inspection and cleaning in fibre cable assemblies