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100G Network Deployment Challenges

François Marcotte

Subject Matter Expert

François Marcotte is a Senior Applications Engineer currently working at EXFO in Montreal, Canada. With more than 28 years in the telecommunication industry, he began his career at Bell Canada as an installer and repair man. He was involved in QAM HFC system design and integration in early 90’s.

Over the years, François has developed strong knowledge on Ethernet, MPEG, OTN and optical transport. He is continuously working with customers as a technical advisor for Ethernet, optical transport testing, performances test procedure and training. François is involved with product definition at EXFO for Ethernet and optical transport product. He is also a regular speaker in various seminars in North America.

François graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, as an Electrical Engineer.


It has become a well-known fact that the demand for bandwidth from consumers and enterprises is growing exponentially. So much so, in fact, that what was considered high-speed not so long ago is now starting to look like yesterday’s news. What was at first only important in the world of network equipment manufacturers (NEMs) has moved into the realm of network service providers (NSPs). To stay in the game, these providers must upgrade their networks to higher speeds. However, since 40G/100G technologies are continually changing, the buy-in for such upgrades is neither cheap, nor simple.

This webinar discusses the evolution of IP, the Ethernet changes for 40G and 100G and the connection between old and new networks.

  • Bandwidth usage worldwide
  • Storage and cloud-computing
  • IEEE 802.3ba – 40G and 100G Ethernet standard
  • New interfaces
  • End-to-end performance verification

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