It is becoming clear that RFoG is indeed a viable solution under certain circumstances. And Calix solutions marketing director David Russell delivers no more and no less than what the article’s title promises.
Russell provides details on these and many other lessons learned from field experience:
• Watch for what wavelengths are supported on WDMs.
• RFoG may require more fiber in the feeder plant.
• Return path receivers may not be specified for RFoG.
Make Your Transport Network Pay Off With WDM
Customers demand a greater mix of services and the additional bandwidth that goes along with it. Local service providers need to find solutions that are simple to operate, fast and flexible to meet the growing capacity demands. During this Webinar, listeners will learn about Alcatel-Lucent’s new WDM solutions for transforming a transport network, along with the starting tools required for successful deployment.
Panelists include Don Poe, director of engineering at TelePacific Communications, and Salvador Lopez, senior manager of optical business development at Alcatel-Lucent.
The Webinar is set for May 19 at 2 p.m. EST and is sponsored by Alcatel-Lucent. Register for the Webinar online!
Multi-Screen Service Management
In the era of Internet TV, there are a lot of issues associated with moving video content across TVs, PCs and mobile devices. CED and Motorola will examine some of those issues and how to solve them.
The Webinar is set for May 26 at 11 a.m. EST and is sponsored by Motorola. Register for the Webinar online! (Registration link coming soon)
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