VIAVI recently participated in, and was a Gold sponsor of, the High Speed Networking event held by LIGHTWAVE and the Broadband Technology Report. During the event, experts from VIAVI participated in several webcasts that are now available to stream for free. Before you view either, you will have to register (for free). Once you register, you will have full access to recordings of all the sessions including the following two with VIAVI.

Kicking off the entire event was The Path Forward for Pluggable Transceivers roundtable featuring Paul Brooks of VIAVI, Frank Chang of Source Photonics, Robert Blum of Intel and Jimmy Yu of the Dell’Oro Group. With the use of pluggable transceivers poised to expand dramatically by service providers and data center networks, both panelists and attendees alike had no shortage of topics to discuss. Some of the main themes included: how 400ZR/ZR+ transceivers can reshape the market, co-packaged optics as an alternative to pluggables in the future, faceplate bandwidth and more. Watch the entire webcast for free here. The replay will only be available until July 5h, so be sure to catch it before it’s gone.

The second event was the Validation of Coherent Module Performance webcast featuring Matt Adams and Paul Brooks of VIAVI. Hosted by Stephen Hardy, the two spoke on a range of subjects including OSNR, PD, EVM and more and the various methods one can use to validate them.  During the webcast the two also fielded questions about coherent transmission testing and more. As with the other event, you can watch the webcast for free (after registering) here until July 5th.

Looking for more on 800G? Register for The High-Speed Path to 800G webinar on May 26th, 1 PM EDT

Or join us for a “Coffee Break” where industry experts will be discussing The Changing Landscaping for Duplex Fiber Connectivity on June 2, 1 PM EDT. Registered attendees will receive a coffee break kit for the session, while supplies last.

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