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In this latest installment of JDSU Industry View, experts from around the world weigh in on the latest optical trends - straight from the Optical Fiber Conference (OFC) hosted in Los Angeles, California.
ADVA Optical Networking CTO Christoph Glingener discusses Agile Core Express technology. Added as a coherent layer to its FSP 3000 platform, the new technology is optimized for 100Gbit/s transmission speed and enables service providers to use optical network resources flexibly and on-demand.
For World Cup predictions, we hear from the GSMA's Michael O'Hara; Alcatel-Lucent's Ben Verwaayen; Ericsson's Hans Vestberg; Redknee's Lucas Skoczkowski; Heavy Reading's Patrick Donegan, Graham Finnie, Gabe Brown, and Adi Kishore; Jeff Yee of Volantis Systems; Mavenir's Pardeep Kohli; Aircom's Darryl Edwards; David Sharpley of Bridgewater Systems; TeliaSonera's Lars Klasson; Michael Hecker of MTS; and Keith Higgins of Aricent
An overview of the challenges that service providers must face when migrating to wireless backhaul infrastructure, as well as the efforts currently underway to synchronize networks via packet synchronization.
MTS is the largest mobile operator in Russia and the CIS with over 80 million subscribers. MTS CEO Leonid Melamed explains their unique approach to the marketplace and his take on the opportunities for broadband in the region
Dr. Alireza Mahmoodshahi, CTO, Colt Telecom Group, says if carriers don't start thinking in terms of switching to native Ethernet services now, their problems will only get worse as their networks expand
The ongoing convergence of data and voice into next-generation networks provides a significant financial benefit through the reduction of capital expenditures. Service providers and enterprises are now offering completely new types of services, making them more competitive and opening up new revenue streams. The key issue is the effective management of these complex service-oriented architectures.
Operators know that a transformation to IP and IP-based services is inevitable if they are going to survive in todays ultra-competitive market. This is not solely a matter of revenue generation, but a strategy to stave off competition through a focus on new user-centric broadband services
Joe Weinman, VP of Strategy and Emerging Services at AT&T, delivers his view of the Next-Generation Network, discussing the issues facing both service providers and enterprise users and how AT&T is developing new and innovative solutions for its network and customers. Included are exclusive insights into new developments in enhanced network intelligence and the development of intelligent routing service control points, plus how the Network may become the enabler for Next-Generation Search.