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'China is getting back to business, more or less. Bandwidth demand is getting quite the boost from social distancing measures. Infrastructure capex is also showing signs of strength' https://t.co/YO0l8JbtHp @mtnconsulting @lightcounting @DellOroGroup ...via @FibreSystemsMag pic.twitter.com/VfUf2be0ZT— Fibre Systems Mag (@FibreSystemsMag) June 2, 2020
This is a substantial achievement. 8-component carrier aggregation in the millimeter wave domain shows the world that there is more than massive MIMO & open RAN to not only truly deliver the promise of commercial #5G, but also pave the way for future THz system. - Stéphane Téral https://t.co/3FGHj8xqEW— LightCounting (@lightcounting) May 19, 2020
In 1966, Charles Kao made a discovery in fiber optics: he calculated how to transmit light over long distances via optical glass fibers. Together with laser technology, his solution made telecommunication using optical fibers possible. #WorldTelecommunicationDay #NobelPrize pic.twitter.com/MJgmn4neIw— The Nobel Prize (@NobelPrize) May 17, 2020
Feature | Fibre Systems: A deep impact? A round-up of the impact of Covid-19 on the optical communications industry from a number of leading analyst firms https://t.co/YO0l8Jt4yX @mtnconsulting @lightcounting @DellOroGroup ...via @FibreSystemsMag pic.twitter.com/MIloKWjtt1— Fibre Systems Mag (@FibreSystemsMag) May 6, 2020