Modern Market Research for Optical Networking Communications
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Cignal AI attended the 2019 International Telecoms Week (ITW) in Atlanta June 24-26. ITW is a trade show focused on the wholesale telecommunications market and is attended primarily by network operators. The presentations and panels centered on issues relevant to…
Cignal AI attended the 2019 International Telecoms Week (ITW) in Atlanta June 24-26. ITW is a trade show focused on the wholesale telecommunications market and is attended primarily by network operators. The presentations and panels centered on issues relevant to wholesale carriers, and the trade show floor was populated by service providers, internet exchanges, and…
Scott Wilkinson, Lead Analyst for Optical Hardware, recently moderated a discussion on “Disaggregation Strategies & Transport SDN” in advance of the NGON & DCI World conference in Nice. Scott talked with Juan Pedro Fernandez of Telefonica about that carrier’s drivers, implementations, and plans for deploying a disaggregated optical network.
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Compact modular optical hardware is being used in more network applications than ever before, driving up sales during the first quarter of 2019 as reported in the latest Optical Applications Report from market research firm Cignal AI.
LightReading reported on Cisco’s proposed acquisition of Acacia and requested a quote from Cignal AI.
Japan’s optical hardware spending surge continued for the fourth quarter in a row with an extraordinary 82% year-over-year increase in the first quarter of 2019.
LightReading summarized the challenges faced by Neophotonics as a result of the ban on component shipments to Huawei. The article quoted Andrew Schmitt at length about the potential outcome of the ban and the prospect for M&A activity involving Neophotonics as a result.