Global networking company Ciena has launched what it says is the next-generaton optical and software technologies that empower network operators to tune, control and dynamically adjust optical capacity in an on-demand world where IoT, 5G, content delivery and cloud are rapidly redefining network requirements.
Chinese telecoms equipment maker ZTE has delivered a rise in net profits of 42% over the past nine months on the back of increased sales of optical network products and 4G LTE solutions to carriers.
Telstra has launched a new, faster network linking the Australian and Singapore stock exchanges which it says strengthens its offerings for the financial services sector.
Because hardwired connections to drones, trucks, cars, phones, smart watches, etc don't make sense, that's why.
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