The NeoPhotonics Podcast provides insights and best practices for optical communications, lasers, and their applications.
11. Extended Discussion of the 400ZR and 400ZR+
Discussion of 400ZR and 400ZR+ including, how they are defined, used, their impact, deployment in the field, and challenges. There is a bonus tutorial in the last half of the podcast, which caters to listeners who are new to optical networking. NeoPhotonics guests are Winston Way, Ph.D, and Chief Technology Officer, Ferris Lipscomp, Ph.D, and VP of Marketing, Marc Stiller, M.S. and VP of of Coherent Modules. Hosted by John Houghton.
10. Lasers and Components Propel the Next Big Leap In Data Transmission
Discussion of next-generation ICRs, CDMs, and lasers that are propelling transmission rates of 800Gpbs and beyond using 90 – 96Gbaud components. Guests include Janet Chen, Ph.D. and Product Line Manager for Coherent Modulator and Receiver, Mike Desmond, Product Line manager, Tunable Lasers, Winston Way, Ph.D. and Chief Technology Officer of NeoPhotonics, and Ferris Lipscomb, Ph.D. and Vice President of Marketing. Hosted by John Houghton.
9. Will IPoDWDM go Mainstream?
Ron Johnson, Senior Director of Product Management and Architecture of Cisco and Winston Way, Ph.D and Chief Technology Officer of NeoPhotonics, discuss IP over DWDM. This technology has been around for a while, but has not necessarily gone mainstream. How will 400ZR and ZR+ change this? Discussion of how are things changing for Cloud and Telecom networks. Hosted by John Houghton.
8. Packing more Punch into Existing Data Center Interconnects with 75GHz Spacing
First generation data center interconnects can now boost fiber capacity by 800% with upgrades and by moving from 100GHz to 75GHz channel spacing. John Houghton interviews Winston Way, Ph.D and Chief Technology Officer of NeoPhotonics on how to realize this capacity increase.
7. Pluggables and Play: Simplifying Data Center Interconnects
NeoPhotonics VP Marc Stiller and John Houghton discuss pluggable modules including definitions, how they can be used in data center interconnects, important characteristics, and what makes NeoPhotonics modules unique.
6. Space Connectivity
As radio bandwidth becomes saturated, the interest in optical communications in space is increasing because data transmission in space is much faster and more secure. Join NeoPhotonics VP, Nicolas Herriau, and John Houghton as they discuss the future of space connectivity.