SFP Series fiftieth Week News Abstract 12

2011-12-09 17:19:41

Week News Abstract For SFP Series in 10GTEK
The abstract is mainly about the optical communication related products,including: FTTH,GPON,EPON,SFPPLC,PTN,ODN,Optical module,Optical devices,optical communications,Optical transceiver module,Etc.

JDSU doubles 10G port count on test module
JDSU (NASDAQ: JDSU) (TSX: JDU) has released a two-port version of the 10-Gbps Multi-Services Application Module (MSAM) for its T-BERD/MTS-6000A and -8000 fiber-optic test platforms. The module is engineered to enable technicians to turn up or troubleshoot two circuits simultaneously.In addition to doubling circuit capacity, the new MSAM offers bidirectional monitoring of 10-Gigabit Ethernet links, including line-rate capture, WireShark decode, and J-Mentor analysis. It also can monitor and generate traffic in Optical Transport Network (OTN)-wrapped ODU-0 payloads for Gigabit Ethernet applications. It can be used for TDM/PDH and 10-Gbps OTN verification as well.In addition to service provider field applications, the system also can be used in data center and storage area network (SAN) applications, including 8G Fibre Channel networks.The MSAM supports JDSU’s proprietary TrueSpeed automated test regime for IETF RFC 6349.
Infonetics: Yes, telecom capex, revenues have climbed in 2011
Despite macroeconomic turbulence that shows no signs of stopping, telecom carriers have continued to invest in their networks, according to Infonetics Research. The market research firm asserts in its newly released Service Provider Capex, Opex, ARPU, and Subscribers report that capital expenditures (capex) will have grown about 6% and revenues by 8% versus last year by the time 2011 concludes.Wireless infrastructure has benefited from the greatest investment, according to the report."The near-6% increase in global telecom carrier capex we expect in 2011 over 2010 is due in large part to AT&T's ramping LTE deployments, HSPA+ upgrades, and investments in WiFi hotspots for traffic offload,” explains Stéphane Téral, principal analyst for mobile and FMC infrastructure at Infonetics. “This offsets Verizon Wireless' slowing mobile spending since their LTE rollout peaked earlier this year. In the EMEA region, a capex hike in Africa is partially offsetting delays in telecom investment in Greece, Italy, and Hungary; Asia Pacific remains stable; and in the Caribbean and Latin America (CALA), América Móvil and Telefónica, the two telecom giants that control 75% of mobile subscribers there, are preparing their infrastructure to host the soccer World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016."Infonetics pegs global telecom carrier capex for 2011 at $310.8 billion, which would be a 5.8% bump versus 2010. Spending on every type of next-generation telecom equipment category is up so far this year, with the exception of TDM voice, the firm reports."We maintain our view that the sovereign debt crisis that is paralyzing Europe continues to have little impact on our telecom capex forecast,” Téral asserts. “As long as credit remains available to telecoms at a fair price, the ongoing sovereign debt crisis should have little impact on telecommunications equipment spending. Investment plans across world regions suggest mobile broadband and FTTx is the name of the game going forward."Meanwhile, service provider revenues should continue to rise as well through at least 2015. Revenues this year should reach $1.86 trillion this year, says Infonetics, and $2.17 trillion in 2015, driven by mobile broadband.Infonetics' capex reports track revenue, capex, capital intensities (capex-to-revenue ratios), opex, ARPU, subscribers, and access lines of public and semi-private/government-owned service providers in North America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa), Asia Pacific, CALA, and worldwide.
Shaw Communications adds 100G to fiber-optic network
Shaw Communications (TSX: SJR.B, NYSE: SJR) has demonstrated that telcos aren’t the only carriers interested in 100-Gbps transmission. The Canadian cable MSO has announced it has upgraded its  fiber-optic network from 10-Gbps to 100-Gbps wavelengths.The upgrade enables Shaw to better support not only pay-TV, but broadband services to both homes and businesses.“People are demanding more from their Internet experience, and as a leader in broadband Internet, Shaw continues to upgrade to bring Canadians the best Internet experience,” said Peter Bissonnette, president of Shaw. “The launch of this fiber-optic network allows us to lay the foundation in delivering a new Internet experience for our customers.”Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) supplied the 100-Gbps technology. While Shaw did not reveal which Alcatel-Lucent systems it deployed, the systems provider typically provides its 1830 Photonic Service Switch for such applications. The two parties jointly demonstrated 100-Gbps transmission on Shaw’s network, specifically a 350-km span between Calgary and Edmonton, prior to the current deployment.
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