Cologix, North America’s leading network-neutral interconnection and hyperscale edge data center company, announced today that IQ Fiber, Northeast Florida’s only local residential fiber-optic internet service provider, has partnered with Cologix to support IQ Fiber’s network deployment in the Jacksonville area.
Nokia announced today that the Swiss energy services company, Energie Wasser Luzern (ewl), has deployed its next-generation PON fiber solution. Nokia is replacing the legacy network with the latest fiber access technology, providing a single network for business and residential customers, as well as for smart metering services
Great Plains Communications (GPC), the Midwestern telecommunications provider with a growing, privately-owned 16,500+ mile fiber network reaching 13 states, announced the completion of its fiber-optic infrastructure build in Blair, Nebraska.
To better understand and predict volcanic events, a better understanding of the diverse subsurface processes involved is required. A new way to detect such processes, even if they are very subtle, is to use fiber optic cables as sensors.
Ziply™ Fiber today announced plans to upgrade its existing copper networks in Wenatchee, Washington, as well as Osburn and St. Maries, Idaho, to its new, ultra-high-speed, 100 percent fiber-optic network later this year.
Infinera (NASDAQ: INFN) and PCCW Global, a leading international telecommunications service provider, announced today the completion of a significant deployment on the PEACE cable system between Marseille, Cyprus and Abu Talat.
Pioneer Consulting, the full-service submarine fiber optic telecommunications consulting and project management company, has been awarded a comprehensive technical and strategic consulting contract by CSquared to deploy the Togo Branch of Google's Equiano Cable.
Weak optical signals are common in many science and technology applications. However, they are difficult to detect or process due to the incoherent noise that is inherently present in any system. PhD student Benjamin Crockett and colleagues, working under the supervision of Professor José Azaña of the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS), have conceived a technique for the recovery of weak, noise-dominated optical signals. Their research was published in the prestigious journal Optica.