Vodafone Group Plc (Vodafone) and Sumitomo Corporation (SC) jointly announced that they have entered into a strategic alliance to collaborate on international technology infrastructure and digital services projects, sharing knowledge and collaborating on new business opportunities in the 5G era.
Prysmian S.P.A, together with its subsidiary in the UK Prysmian Cables & Systems Limited, today announced to have commenced proceedings for patent infringement in the UK High Court against Emtelle UK Limited (“Emtelle”). Prysmian claims that Emtelle’s FibreFlow products infringe the UK designations of Prysmian’s European Patents EP(UK) 1,420,279 B1 and EP (UK) 1,668,392B1 (“the Patents”) for fibre optic cables….
Nokia has today announced the world’s first 25 Gbps symmetrical PON fiber broadband solution. This unique PON solution works on Nokia’s existing next-generation PON hardware, such as access nodes and line cards, to offer truly universal PON capabilities and enable communications service providers (CSPs) to supercharge their networks and enhance fiber network usage.
Magnet wire/anodized wire is an extremely durable insulated wire used primarily for high-frequency magnetic fields. It is comprised of a hollow inner core made from steel, aluminum, or any other lightweight aluminum alloys encased in a thin non-conductor layer of insulation. Copper anodized copper wire and copper enamel-coated wire are both manufactured in this manner. These wires can be wound and braided into conductors, as well as soldered into wires for mounting to equipment or in-wall electrical panels. The anodized wire has a very low resistance to static electricity and it is highly recommended for use in electrical applications, but these types of wires may not be suitable for low frequency (ELF) applications.
At the AfricaTech Festival international trade fair, Orange and its subsidiaries announced the commissioning and commercial launch of Djoliba, the first pan-West African Network. This infrastructure is based on a terrestrial fiber optic network, coupled with undersea cables, offering secure connectivity abroad from West Africa. This investment aims to support the digital ecosystem and meets the growing needs for connectivity in the region.
Ciena’s Wavelogic 5 Extreme will upgrade the Indigo Submarine cable system.
In response to the growing trend of remote working and increasing demand for bandwidth, SUB.CO and its Australian entity APX Partners are teaming up with Ciena to upgrade its Indigo submarine cable, which connects Perth and Sydney, Australia, and Singapore. The shift to more remote work, school, and life, in general, requires reliable, low latency, and high-performance connectivity.