Subject Matter Expert
Gwenn Amice is a Subject Matter Expert at EXFO, where he specializes in next-generation optical networks. In his current role, Gwenn provides technical seminars, training, and support to EXFO's customers, helping them navigate the complex landscape of optical network technology. He also offers technical advice to customers, leveraging his deep expertise to help them overcome any challenges they may encounter.
Since 2019, Gwenn has also served as a Senior Member of Technical Staff, representing EXFO at industry events and working closely with product development groups to ensure that EXFO's solutions remain at the cutting edge of the field.
With 28 years of experience in the entire lifecycle of telecom networks, Gwenn brings a wealth of knowledge to his role at EXFO. He holds a university degree in electrical engineering and industrial computing and is a passionate advocate for continued learning and growth. Gwenn is committed to staying up-to-date on the latest trends and technologies in his field, and is dedicated to helping EXFO's customers succeed in the rapidly-evolving world of optical network technology.
Solution Engineer | EXFO
Tahmina Hoque is based in Montreal and holds the position of Solution Engineer at EXFO where she focuses on the NOVA Fiber Monitoring System. Tahmina has extensive knowledge of telecom networks in Canada and the USA. In her current role, she is deeply involved in technologies around reflectometry and service assurance. As an expert on fiber monitoring, Tahmina presents solutions to customers and provides training to peers. Tahmina has an academic background in electrical engineering.
New way to verify 5G fronthaul OSP fiber networks
This webinar details a new, comprehensive approach to validating 5G fronthaul outside plant (OSP) optical networks. The webinar is structured in three parts, each lasting around 10 minutes.
Part 1: Technology overview and evolution of 5G fronthaul network
The introduction will provide a technical overview of technologies presently deployed and a glimpse into upcoming trends and their impact on the fronthaul architecture.
Part 2: Construction and activation using portable test equipment
Review of real-life examples and field results to explain what should be done during construction, installation, and activation phases of the fronthaul fiber-optic network to guarantee optimal quality and stability of 5G services.
Part 3: Burn-in and monitoring of fronthaul fiber
This part explores centralized fiber monitoring which helps to capture degradations of the optical fiber over time and correlates issues with environmental conditions. Distinguishing whether the detected problem is at the physical layer or at an upper layer is key to sending the right person at the right time to the right place. The webinar will show the need for centralized fiber monitoring as an inherent part of the 5G deployment structure through real-life examples and scenarios.