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batye
batye
5/9/2016 12:36:17 AM
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Re: Really interesting....
@LizCoyne  yes as demands for higher bandwidth will only be increasing rapidly...  ROADM would be a solution for now... 

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Alison Diana
Alison Diana
4/15/2016 9:41:27 AM
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Re: Really interesting....
I don't have your background in telecom hardware but have covered similar movements in the enterprise IT market and this strategy makes so much sense. As you say, @Liz, the ROADM capability is key to delivering on the many promises of 5G, big data, the New IP, enhanced security, and wherever social is taking us, plus of course the exploding use of video and IoT. 

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LizCoyne
LizCoyne
4/14/2016 3:17:47 PM
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Really interesting....
As someone who started out in telecom covering optical switching and transmission, but then went into other hardware like edge routers, switches and SBCs, and then onto standards and best practices, it's facinating to read about ROADM and see what's been happening in optical while I was not looking -- and the ROADM capability seems to me to be essential in keeping up with the demand for network capacity for things like social, mobile, analytics, cloud, video, etc.

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