The Optical Networking and Communication
Conference & Exhibition

A Virtual Conference - Pacific Daylight Time (UTC-07:00)

Low Latency Communications — Where Do We Need It? How To Achieve It?

Sunday, June 6, 2021
8:50 AM - 11:20 AM

Organizer:

Michael Freiberger, Verizon, USA
Yinying Wang, Jinan Univ., China
Benyuan Zhu, OFS Laboratories, USA

Description:

Low latency optical fiber communications are essential for emerging time-sensitive applications including but not restricted to 5G x-haul mobile networking, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and modern data centers. This workshop consists of a series of short talks by leading experts from industry and academia, followed by a panel discussion, to address the following two important questions: (1) What are the requirements and technical challenges on low latency for these different time-sensitive applications? (2) What are the enabling technologies, including time-sensitive network architectures and radical solutions such as hollow-core fiber cables?

Speakers:

Nick DelRegno, Verizon, USA
Talk Title: 5G Applications Requiring Low Latency

Li Han, China Mobile, China
Talk Title: Low Latency Backhaul Technology For 5G

Anurag Khare, Ciena, USA
Talk Title: Chipset Impacts on 5G Application Latency

Frank Kschischang, Univ. of Toronto, Canada
Talk Title: Zipper Codes For Low-latency Applications

Xiang Liu, FutureWei, USA
Talk Title: Time-Sensitive Optical Network Architectures and Technologies For 5G Mobile Networks

Brian Mangan, OFS Labs, USA
Talk Title: Hollow-Core-Fiber Cables For Low Latency Fiber Communications

Eric Numkan Fokoua, Univ. of Southampton, UK
Talk Title: State-Of-The-Art: Low Loss Wide-Band Hollow-Core Fiber For Low Latency Communications

Joachim Sachs, Ericsson, Sweden
Talk Title: Smart Manufacturing Using Low Latency Communications

Xiang Zhou, Google, USA
Talk Title: Low Latency For Modern Data Center Applications

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