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APOLAN - Next Generation PON and the Necessity for Testing on Installs

Organisé par

Vincent Racine

Product Line Manager, Optical Business Unit, EXFO

Vincent Racine cumulates over 10 years of experience in fiber-optic testing. Namely, he actively participated in the early phases of worldwide FTTH technology deployment, contributing his expertise to seminars, field trials and test instrument customization. He is responsible for EXFO’s optical portable test-instrument portfolio, including automated loss and optical-return loss testers, PON power meters, as well as fiber inspection probes commonly used in FTTx deployments. Vincent holds a degree in telecommunications, and has been with EXFO since 1999.

Designing passive optical networks that not only meet today’s standards but also can be easily scaled to next-generation standards is essential. After all, nobody wants to invest in building a highway today unless without assurance it will be able to handle vehicles developed next month, next year and next decade.

This webinar will explore:

  • Testing the fiber on day 1 to ensure scalability.
  • Maintaining the original fiber investment while growing with passive optical network technology advancements.
  • Eliminating any downside to moving forward with a fiber-based infrastructure instead of copper.
  • Meeting today’s standards, including XGS PON and NGPON2.
  • Adding the next evolutions of PON by simple Wavelength additions using WDM combiners.
  • Understanding PON evolution life expectancy and possible applications

Scott McIsaac, Technical Account Manager, Tellabs, APOLAN Technology Committee
Vincent Racine, Product Line Manager, EXFO, APOLAN Technology Committee
Joe Cook, Business Development Manager, APOLAN Technology Committee

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