On March 20-24, OFS will demonstrate its continuing technical and industry leadership at the 2016 OFC Conference in Anaheim, CA.
Along with submitting and presenting a number of technical papers, OFS also helped to organize several workshops and symposia on a broad range of topics. In one of these events, Daryl Inniss, OFS Director of New Business Development, will sit on OSA Executive Forum Panel 2, slated to discuss Is Integrated Photonics Finally Turning the Corner?
For more information on these activities, please go here.
Two OFS fiber optic products have obtained recognition by the 2016 Lightwave Innovation Reviews. In these reviews, LaserWave® FLEX WideBand Multimode Fiber received a score of 4.5 out of 5 points and the InvisiLIght® Optical Solutions earned a score of 3.5 points.
According to Lightwave, the competitive, unbiased Innovation Reviews program celebrates the most original and innovative products in the optical networking industry. The panel of third-party judges included executives from Verizon, LightCounting Market Research, Cisco, Lumentum and Huawei. In addition, the criteria used in the Innovation Reviews rankings included unique technology or application thereof, innovation, ease of use, efficiency, reliability and contribution to profitability.
To read and learn more, please go here.
Over the past decade, the fiber optic industry developed and quickly accepted the use of completely gel-free (“dry”) loose tube cables for general use. Referred to as “dry-dry,” these cables use superabsorbent powders to prevent water ingress into a cable instead of traditional oil-based filling and flooding compounds. Now completely gel-free technology has arrived in the ADSS cable arena.
On March 18, Dr. Tim Goddard of OFS will present an IWCS-sponsored webinar on the development and commercial deployment of a totally dry ADSS loose tube cable family. This presentation will cover the key design factors considered in development and the comprehensive test program performed to ensure the suitability of these cables for use in the field.
To register for this complimentary webinar and learn more on the IWCS webinar series, please go HERE.