Anabel Alarcon brings to EXFO ten years of experience on networking troubleshooting for IP, MPLS and mobile backhaul technologies, her background allowed her to be part of the support team on the most important network manufacturers on the market. Supporting different services provider’s networks across Latin America, participating on product introduction and infrastructure implementation, also becoming account dedicated engineer for the most important service provider in Mexico.
General Manager of New Business and Sr. Director of Marketing for Intel’s Silicon Photonics Product Division, Intel
Prior to joining Intel, Robert was Director of Strategic Marketing at Oclaro Inc., and held various Director of Product Management and Marketing roles for Oclaro’s telecommunications products and consumer laser portfolio. Before joining Oclaro, Robert was Product Line Manager for optical transmission components at JDS Uniphase Corporation and held various engineering and marketing management roles at Gemfire Corporation, all in California. Robert worked at Deutsche Telekom’s research labs in Darmstadt, Germany, while completing his master’s thesis and holds a doctorate degree in Physics from the University of Technology in Hamburg. He has also studied and done research at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale in Lausanne, Switzerland and at Stanford University, California.
The proliferation of pervasive connectivity has fueled the global demand for ever-increasing bandwidth, driving the need for 200G, 400G and beyond for inside and outside data centers.
Understanding emerging trends like server and switch data rate migration, as well as challenges associated with new technologies such as PAM4 modulation and complex coherent transceivers, will be key to achieving the performance, efficiency, and scalability required in the data center network ecosystem.
Join EXFO and Intel for this webinar to learn more about:
Who should attend? Network operators, data center operators, equipment manufacturers, component manufacturers and others looking to gain insight into the applications for pluggable coherent optical technology, the innovation behind them and how traffic testing and validation will be managed in networks with these new solutions.