3:30 PM -- SAN DIEGO -- OFC/NFOEC -- Ran into Georgio Anania outside the convention center yesterday afternoon.
Anania, of course, is the former CEO of Bookham Inc. (Nasdaq: BKHM; London: BHM) who's now in a kind of retirement. He's been advising a few companies, he says, and, of course, he joined the board of Cube Optics AG last year. (See Anania Returns.)
He didn't sound surprised that the mood at the The Optical Society (OSA)
executive forum was so glum. (See Troubles Linger for Optical Components.) Nor that there's been little consoldiation in the components industry -- no one's got the guts, as he explained in our interview last year. You'll find the full Q&A here.
— Craig Matsumoto, West Coast Editor, Light Reading
If there isn't a master plan behind Google's creation of Kubernetes, maybe there ought to be.
Already replaced as CEO, John Chambers is fully detaching as he plans to step down as Cisco chairman, truly ending his time as the face and voice of the company.
The network must be automated. And Light Reading must write about it.
Comcast joins Google in asking for a flexible-rate optical standard, rather than 400G or terabit, but that's easier said than done
Cisco, Juniper and other more traditional Interop speakers might get overshadowed by the forces of virtualization
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