HUBER+SUHNER POLATIS IN THE NEWS Worldwide Leader in the All Optical Switch Industry
Data intensive applications such as video, cloud computing and emerging 5G technologies continue to grow in popularity. As the amount of mobile traffic increases at an unprecedented rate, all optical switching can enable operators to overcome the rising demand, offering streamlined and reliable connections.
To match performance expectations for 5G applications, networks need centralised large-scale data centers and smaller de-centralised Edge data centers (EDCs). Andreas Sila investigates the options and reviews the role of Polatis all-optical switching in Edge data centers in this article published by Networks Europe Magazine
Discover the important role of Polatis all-optical switches as part of an RF-over-Fiber solution for mission-critical government/military/intelligence communications systems in this article published by Defence Procurement International, on pages 93-96
HUBER+SUHNER Polatis RVP Service Provider Sales Chris O'Conor on the automation of network system test laboratories. Remote testing is key to the continuity and safety of the employees when checking new network equipment.
C114, a leading Chinese optical networking journal and portal, interviewed Thilo Koeppe and Kevin Chen of HUBER+SUHNER NAS, about Polatis all-optical switches, the wider HUBER+SUHNER fibre optic product portfolio and HUBER+SUHNER’s commitment to the Chinese market on the CIOE show in Shenzhen, China.
Senior Vice President Engineering & Technology Nick Parsons explains the role of optical switching in supporting the growing demand for faster networks and more bandwidth to support high quality broadcasting, as part of the Huber+Suhner portfolio
NetQuest and HUBER+SUHNER Polatis, revealed at the OFC conference in
San Diego, a joint effort to deliver the industry’s first automated mass optical
network surveillance solution combining NetQuest’s
intelligent network survey and traffic intercept
functions with HUBER+SUHNER Polatis’s
all-optical switching technology.
Swiss communications infrastructure provider HUBER+SUHNER says it agreed May 30, 2016, to acquire optical switch vendor Polatis. Terms of the deal, expected to close in June, were not disclosed. However, HUBER+SUHNER said it would pay for its new assets from company funds.