The Optical Networking and Communication
Conference & Exhibition

Los Angeles Convention Center,
Los Angeles, California, USA

Product Showcases

Tuesday, 22 March 10:15 – 10:45
Evolution of the Cloud Edge

Dr. Sean Long, Director, PLM for Transmission Network, Huawei, USA

Cloud and datacenter is changing the architecture of the network. The evolution of the cloud edge becomes more and more important for the efficient new services support.  This presentation will review Huawei’s latest cloud edge solution offerings.


Wednesday, 23 March 10:15 – 10:45
PON products for Giga Access

Dr. Frank J. Effenberger, Vice President of Access R&D, Futurewei Technologies Co., Ltd., UK

On the requirement of the 4KTV and HDTV ultra-broadband services, Huawei released the new Giga access platform MA5800 and 10G PON ONT terminal. MA5800 support concurrent 16,000 4K users online with no blocking, support virtualized OLT to satisfy different services requirement (residential, business and mobile haul).


Wednesday, 23 March 2015, 12:00–12:30
Cadence, Lumerical, and PhoeniX Software present:The vision of the Virtuoso Platform-Based Design Flow for Electronic /Photonic ICsTLE

Gilles S.C. Lamant, Distinguished Engineer, Cadence, USA
This presentation outlines the vision of the Virtuoso Platform-Based Design Flow for Electronic /Photonic ICs that improves productivity by enhancing the Virtuoso environment with photonic integrated circuit layout and simulation capabilities.


Wednesday, 23 March 2015, 12:30–13:00
Photonics Integration Challenges and Trends: A Crossroads

Larry Tarof, M.Eng., Ph.D., Chief Photonics Scientist, Jabil Enterprise & Infrastructure, USA
There are many challenges, technical and industrial-ecosystem related, in satisfying the ever-increasing bandwidth demand at lower cost and greater density.  Too big for any one company to tackle, yet without a mature support system analogous to electronics, the specific trends, solutions and value propositions surrounding today's photonics integration ecosystem are explored.

Wednesday, 23 March 2015, 13:00–13:30
FlexE and Flexible Optical Transport with All Programmable FPGAS

Faisal Dada, Wired Solutions Architect, Xilinx, USA
FlexE is an OIF standard to carry flexible Ethernet rates. This presentation will explore FlexE enabled applications like data center interconnect and OTN switching in light of next generation dynamic transport systems.


Wednesday, 23 March 2015, 13:30–14:00
Realize Beyond 100G (B100G) Deployment with Xilinx All Programmable Muxponder Subsystems

David Yeh, Sr. OTN Product Marketing Manager, Xilinx, USA
Beyond 100G and bandwidth-on-demand are two emerging requirements in optical transport networks. This presentation will uncover how Xilinx’s 400G OTUCn Muxponder Subsystem enables fast deployment of one 400G, two 200G or one to four 100G optical transmissions with future upgradability to support flexible OTN and flexible Ethernet.


Wednesday, 23 March 2015, 14:00–14:30
Achieving 400G and Beyond Compact NRZ-based Applications

Yigal Ezra, CEO, ColorChip, Israel
The presentation will discuss ColorChip's unique approach to addressing Data Centers requirements for cost effective $/Gbps through NRZ-based solutions achieved via a cutting-edge modulator incorporated with ColorChip SystemOnGlass™ - a  hybrid,  multilane, Photonic Integrated Circuit. This groundbreaking technique facilitates the realization of cost-effective, high density and scalable hyper-scale single-mode, pluggable transceivers and OEMs.

Wednesday, 23 March 2015, 14:30–15:00
The Role of Machine Learning, AI and Optimization in Orchestration in SDN/NFV Networks

Dr. Jay Perrett, Chief Technology Officer, Aria Networks, UK
A key role of the orchestration function is optimization. The industry is rapidly coming to share our opinion that machine learning and AI is a key enabler to that function. Our view of orchestration is extensible to the optical layers and a full multilayer domain. This presentation shows how all these fit together.


Wednesday, 23 March 2015, 15:00–15:30
Next-Gen Digital Phase LCoS Product (1.2” 4K Backplane) Plan for WSS Application

Mike Stover, Vice President, Marketing and Engineering, Jasper Display Company, Taiwan
Jasper Display Corp. (JDC), a leading designer of SLM (Spatial Light Modulators) and has the next generation digital phase LCoS product plan (1.2” 4K Backplane) for WSS application. Jasper Display's digital LCoS has precise control of multi-level phase modulation which in turn helps to increase optical efficiency and to obtain better noise control in ROADM.

Wednesday, 23 March 2015, 15:30–16:00
Integration of 40 1×12 Wavelength Selective Switches into a Compact Module Using a Single Digital LCOS Device

Brian Robertson, Lead Technologist, ROADmap, UK
Roadmap Systems presents an innovative module allowing up to 40 independent 1×12 Wavelength Selective Switches (WSSs) to operate with a single 4K digital LCoS device. Crosstalk suppression uses a combination of novel hardware and hologram optimization techniques. This flexible module can also be reconfigured as a 12×12 WSS.


Thursday, 24 March 2015, 10:15–10:45
Embracing T-SDN to Build up Transport Open Ecosystem

Dr. Young Lee, Technical Director, Network Architecture of SDN, Huawei, USA
Transport networks are now facing challenges from the evolution of DCI, 5G Transport and 4K/8K video technologies in the ICT era. Huawei’s T-SDN solution aims at building up transport network in an open environment, which enables horizontal interoperation among vendors and industry verticals for transport innovations.



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