Corning’s ONE™ Wireless Platform and the Optical Network Evolution
The May 21st product launch of Corning’s ONE™ Wireless Platform at CTIA 2013 will demonstrate the first all-optical converged in-building wireless solution designed to deliver more bandwidth, services and applications over a single fiber infrastructure.
Data Centers: Ribbon Technology
Vernon Yow of Sumitomo Electric Lightwave talks about ribbon technology and how that impacts improved cabling. Yow speaks further about the applications of ribbon technology for data centers and how ultra-high-fiber-count ribbon cables meet the growing need for high fiber density in data centers.
Executive Interview: David Thompson, ZyXEL Communications
TIA NOW sat down with David Thompson, Director of Product Marketing at ZyXEL, at CES 2013 to discuss the future of fixed 4G/LTE, home connectivity and more.
Fiber from the Data Center to the Desktop
Fiber optic LAN solutions have virtually limitless bandwidth as TE connectivity provides fiber from the data center to the desktop.
Going Beyond DAS
Bill Cune, Vice President of Commercial Technology at Corning talks about the ONE Wireless Platform for carriers’ wireless and wireline needs. Cune adds that Corning’s converged platform also applies to enterprise customers, going beyond DAS systems and creating a network that will last into the future.
Hyperscale Data Centers: 100G and Beyond
Corning’s Manager of Data Center Global Market Development, David Hessong, tells TIA NOW about some of the recent changes between enterprise and hyperscale data centers, and what challenges industry is having as we move to optics for 100G and beyond.
Pushing Fiber Deeper to the Edge
We talk a lot about network innovation on the virtualized side of the network, but what about the backbone of the network? Deploying fiber deep pushes better cable service closer to the customer, enhances scalability, and addresses concerns about aging copper being a bottleneck to network innovation. Cox Communication’s Dr. Eugene Dai and EXFO’s Sophie…
Single Mode vs Multi-Mode Fiber
As we try to reach greater speeds and capacities in data center cabling designs, what are the pros and cons of SMF vs. MMF? Patrick Van Vickle, Senior Manager of Product Design and Engineering at Sumitomo Electric Lightwave joins us in the TIA NOW studio to give us the latest on this topic.
The Fronthaul and Backhaul Benefits of Fiber: DAS and Small Cell Technology
Bill Cune, VP of Commercial Technology at Corning, spoke with TIA NOW following TIA’s Small Cell & DAS Workshop about what type of infrastructure that can support DAS, small cell, remote radio head and Wi-Fi technologies.
The Right Path to 100G
What is the solution to your migration towards next generation speeds? If 40/100G is what we all want, then maximum fiber density and reduced cable congestion are how we can all get there. Join TIA NOW as they speak with executives in the industry about the best path to 100G speeds.
TIA Announces Next “Assessing Smart Buildings” Webinar
Arlington, VA (June 08, 2020) –– The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), the leading association representing the manufacturers and suppliers of high-tech communications networks, today announced details for the second live webinar of its Assessing Smart Buildings series. This next installment will be moderated by TIA and feature experts from Corning, T-Mobile, Symmetry Operations, and Connected Real Estate Magazine. Expert…
TIA Issues Call for Interest on Eleven New Projects from TR-42.12 Engineering Committee for Optical Fibers and Cables
Arlington, VA. (May 14, 2020) – The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) TR-42.12 Engineering Committee on Optical Fibers and Cables has issued 11 calls for interest in participation of various initiatives. A major function of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) is the writing and maintenance of voluntary industry standards and specifications. These activities are carried out…