AFL, a 100% subsidiary of Japan based Fujikura and a leading manufacturer of fiber-optic cable and accessories, has revealed its plans to manufacture products to deliver to the datacenter market at its Bangalore (Bengaluru) facility for North American and other Asian markets. AFL will partner with Citadel Intelligent Systems for manufacturing in India and will primarily produce equipment designed for data centres for existing and new customers.
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org SH’s SHQP-100G-LR4-10 QSFP28 transceiver module is designed for 100 Gigabit Ethernet links over 10Km single mode fiber. It is compliant with […]
Germany’s telecoms regulator, BNA (Bundes Netz Agentur) will try to persuade the European Commission to get approval for the Deutsche Telekom’s plans to use its […]
Italian utility company, which has made its entry into fiber optic broadband, Enel has tabled a formal offer to buy fiber optic company Metroweb, two […]
Albia based custom cable assembly manufacturer, Zero Connect announces its plan to start operations in Pickens County, South Carolina. The officials from Zero Connect announced […]
Qatar based Ooredoo Global Services (OGS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Telecom Italia subsidiary company Sparkle to work together toward new telecommunication services. […]
Global technical research and advisory company, Technavio has released a report on the status of photonic sensors market. The study report says the market for […]
India’s Ministry for Communications and Information Technology has decided to extend its support the ailing MTNL, the public sector telecom service provider of Mumbai and […]