Spend Sunday Immersed in NG-PON2
Attending Fiber Connect next week in Orlando? Then join me and a panel of experts at the third NG-PON2 Council Workshop on Sunday, June 11.
The afternoon is dedicated to all things NG-PON2, from technologies to best practices. The NG-PON2 Council joined the Broadband Forum earlier this year to become NG-PON2 Forum (see NG-PON2: The Importance of Being Standard). I'm honored to moderate Segment 3 on ecosystem overviews, featuring:
During the session, which runs from 3:45 p.m. to 5:15 p.m., vendors will present their NG-PON2 solutions and discuss their abilities to manage capacities of 40 Gbit/s using multiple wavelengths at dense wavelength division multiplexing channel spacing and tunable transceiver technology.
Sunday's workshop, located at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando and starting at 1 p.m., covers an array of NG-PON2 topics and experts. (See NG-PON2: The Importance of Being Standard). Others scheduled to appear include:
UBB2020 will bring highlights from some of the NG-PON2 panels and presentations, as well as next week's Fiber Connect 2017. If you're there, comment on this article or tweet to @UBB2020 and let's meet.
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