Fibre optics stories
Sitetracker launches GIS tech to aid broadband deployments
Critical infrastructure firms can align geospatial designs across planning, design, and construction teams to dramatically improve deployment efficiency.
Kao Data appoints David Bloom as New Chairman for UK & European Growth
Kao Data appoints David Bloom as new Chairman to steer strategic growth in UK and Europe. Bloom brings extensive experience in technology and data centres.
Huawei launches the F5G Intelligent OptiX network solution
Covering financial all-optical data centre interconnect and financial all-optical campus scenarios, the solution helps upgrade finance communication networks.
Huawei High-Quality 10 GBps CloudCampus aids digital future
Huawei and Masdar City released the High-Quality 10 GBps CloudCampus: Net Zero Campus White Paper at Huawei Network Summit 2023.
Improvement in communication technology to aid FTTx tester market: FMI
The FTTx tester demand is anticipated to be valued at US$13.9 billion in 2022, forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 7% to US$27.34 billion from 2022 to 2032.
Submarine optical fibre cables market to be US$67.8 billion by 2033: FMI
The global submarine optical fibre cable market's revenue is projected to increase from its current value of US$20.6 billion in 2023.
Colt fibre network seamlessly connects London and Paris now
The new fibre-optic cable deployed along the Tunnel provides access to the most fibre-connected data centres between the UK and mainland Europe.
Fibre optic test equipment market to be US$1,779.9 million by 2033: FMI
The fibre optic test equipment market is to be US$923 million in 2023 and is expected to reach US$1,779.9 million by 2033, with a 6.8% CAGR.
Fiber optic test equipment market to reach $1.78 billion by 2033
The growth in the market could be attributed to the increase in demand for fiber cable networks and fiber optic cable types.
New Zealand tech company acquires SmarTest Electronics
Quantifi Photonics has acquired SmarTest Electronics to fast-track product development for the optical communications test market.
Access Networks signs exclusive deal with fibre optic vendor
The network solutions specialist distributor is now the exclusive distributor of Montclair Fiber Optics products for New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
PKT’s new picture-based, programmable keyboard
The Aussie company’s product uses fibre optics to allow each of the keyboard’s keys to display any required image and enact a predetermined action.
Bluebird Network completes fiber expansion in Jefferson City
luebird Network chose to build the 26-mile-long fiber network completely underground to protect it from natural disasters.
ISI Communications moves network core to Chicago's New Continuum Data Centers
ISI Communications has chosen New Continuum's data center in West Chicago as its network core, delivering cost savings and efficient traffic routing.
SubCom wins agreement to monitor 51,000 km of south pacific cable
TE SubCom secures major deal to maintain vital 51,000 km of South Pacific subsea cables, bolstering regional telecoms infrastructure.
NEC's fiber transmission capacity test breaks benchmarks
NEC Corporation has successfully conducted the very first transmission capacity of 50.9 terabits on a single optical fiber, over more than 11,000 km.
HKT to build fiber 'super highway' to help Hong Kong become Asia's data center hub
HKT is planning to build a super high capacity fiber optic cable linking the Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate to Chai Wan in Hong Kong.
NTT Communications opens gateway into Asia Pacific with new undersea network cable
NTT Communications' Asia Pacific Gateway was launched last week, bringing together Asian countries through a high-bandwidth optical submarine cable.
Google brings FASTER speeds to Taiwan through fiber optic cable network
Google has connected its Taiwanese data center to the FASTER undersea cable network, promising better speeds for Taiwan, Japan and Asia.
Increase in data centers across the globe driving fiber optic market
The increase in the amount of data centers across the globe is driving fiber optic connector growth, according to new forecasts.
Humphrey to leave Pacific Fibre
Pacific Fibre's founding member and CTO, John Humphrey, set to depart after sealing REANNZ deal, leaving a strengthened team behind.
Crown Fibre Holdings CEO role - wide open
Programme Manager for Broadband Investment Ralph Chivers won’t be applying for the CEO position of Crown Fibre Holdings .