Standards groups look at what lies beyond 100G

Even as a host of incumbent, competitive and Research & Education (R&E) players are building out 100G optical networks, there's already growing talk about 400G and even Tbps speeds. These efforts are being led by three standards and industry groups: the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), IEEE and the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF). In our latest eBook, Looking Beyond 100G, we address these efforts and how they are helping vendors and their service provider customers build a foundation to bridge current 40G and 100G networks to future speeds. Download your copy today by clicking on this link.

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