Posts By Shirley Lim

The submarine cable industry has played a large role within the last five years in connecting the continents together by delivering instant, high-speed and effective communication. Currently, submarine cables are responsible for carrying the majority of social media, financial transactions (including commerce) as well as government communications. For these reasons (with banking and finance relying […]

5G technology is the fifth generation of wireless technology, increasing the speed and responsiveness of wireless networks globally. The 5G rollout will involve network densification, allowing businesses to enhance their coverage in dense regions high in customer traffic.    In 2020 we can expect to see the 5G rollout take place, however, there are still […]

With 5G becoming more and more readily available, a number of industries are set to be positively impacted, primarily due to 5G’s low latency and high speed characteristics. The following are the top five industries which are set to experience major developments as 5G continues to be deployed.    Transportation Transportation has already seen major […]

All-optic networks provide network capacity within the Photonic Domain. The Photonic Domain involves the use of radiant energy with photon as its fundamental element. Likewise, as electronic applications use electrons, the Photonic uses the photon.   The intelligent all-optic networks are redefining the optical industry, in fact, it is re-shaping the future. An all-optic network […]

Technology software is rapidly growing and is facilitating cost reduction among many operations, adjusting a deep focus on the potential of analytics and machine learning. Analytics and machine learning’s ability to control, examine and manage software networks has directed a shift towards cognitive networks. The expectation of technology performance is rapidly growing among applications including […]

400 gigabit ethernet is quite self-explanatory in the fact that it is an ethernet connection which operates four times faster than 100G. The name ‘400GbE’ stands for the next capacity rate in Ethernet interfaces. 400 GbE is advancing the optical network landscape, pushing network providers to adopt the new addition in order to stay ahead. […]

Submarine cabling is not a new concept, in fact, it was first implemented in 1858, connecting Newfoundland and Ireland through a telegraph cable that was placed deep beneath the sea’s surface. Whilst this was revolutionary at the time, the first non-test message that was sent was a 509-letter message that took 17 hours and 40 […]

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