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Infinera closes acquisition of Coriant and becomes one of the world’s largest optical network equipment providers

Infinera, provider of Intelligent Transport Networks, announces the closing of its acquisition of Coriant, a privately held global supplier of open network solutions for the largest global network operators. The acquisition positions Infinera as one of the largest vertically integrated optical network equipment providers in the world

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ITU-T Study Group 15 accelerates work on 5G optical transport

New ITU-T report consolidates views of wireless and transport communities more
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FTTH Council Europe welcomes Commission proposals towards a Gigabit Society

The FTTH Council Europe welcomes the legislative proposals of the European Commission revising Europe’s telecoms rulebook
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Infinera breaks real-time subsea spectral efficiency records with 6.21 b/s/Hz on 6,644 km MAREA trans-Atlantic cable

Infinera, provider of Intelligent Transport Networks, announced the successful completion of a series of record-breaking submarine field trials over MAREA, a 6,600-kilometer (km) submarine cable between Virginia Beach, Virginia and Bilbao, Spain

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NEC to build the Bay to Bay Express Cable System

Bay to Bay Express to connect two of the biggest bay areas in the world more
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SSE Enterprise Telecoms implements Infinera platform to deliver ‘dark fibre-like network’ across the UK

Strategic acquisition approximately doubles revenue, significantly expands Infinera’s customer base and reaffirms vertical integration strategy more
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Emerging markets - New technologies, new opportunities and new business models

In the current uncertain economic climate the so-called ‘emerging’ nations - once the cinderellas of the global economy - now present some of the most exciting business opportunities. So, do we approach them using tried and tested business models, or do we take advantage of these relatively green field opportunities to break new ground - leapfrogging legacy technologies with ‘reverse innovation’, and putting new ideas to the test?

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40/100Gb Ethernet, times four or times ten? What is the best way forward for Ethernet

Those who reckoned that 100Gig Ethernet was overkill in a world still migrating to 10Gigs, were taken aback by CIR’s recent report that huge companies like Google and Amazon already have a "desperate need" for 100Gb connections and that early adoption of the costly new technology would not be held back by the current economic climate. So what about those who say ”why bother with 40Gigs when 100Gb is on its way?” According to CIR, the adoption of 40GbE is predicted to start in high-end servers and high-performance comput- ing applications, and up to 80% of the market will be SR4 until CR4 over-copper becomes more viable. But both will rapidly lose share once serial 40Gbit Ethernet becomes a reality in 2014

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New market panorama data at the FTTH Conference 2018: 20% growth in fibre subscribers and Ireland joins the fibre league

At the FTTH Conference 2018, the latest figures of the FTTH Market Panorama prepared by IDATE for the FTTH Council Europe were released. The number of fibre to the home (FTTH) and fibre to the building (FTTB) subscribers in Europe increased by 20.4% since September 2016 with more than 51.6 million FTTH/B subscribers in September 2017 for EU39. The take-up rate also soared to 34.8% for EU39 from 29.9% the previous year

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Disaggregated WDM systems hitting a sweet spot in data center interconnect, according to Dell’Oro Group

Ciena, Cisco, and Infinera capture the bulk of the market in 2Q 2017 more
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UK expected to continue international leadership on key broadband measures, finds Analysys Mason

The UK is expected to continue to lead the EU's five largest economies on a range of fixed broadband measures in 2020, according to a new report by global telecoms advisor Analysys Mason

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