Now’s the Time for 400G Migration

Enterprizes want to leverage the latest in fiber optic technology and provide 400G capacity per wavelength, to remain competitive in their respective markets and provide support for fast and ever-increasing demands for data capacity. PacketLight’s standardized muxponder and transponder solutions answer the challenged associated with building and upgrading to a 400G fiber optic network. Read more

The Road to an Interoperable 400G Future

The telecom industry is anxiously awaiting the benefits that 400G capacity will bring to existing and future fiber network deployments. Nearly every business is leveraging the latest in digital offerings to remain competitive in their respective markets, which exponentially increases the amount of data transported across the network. 400G is certainly the answer to these increasing data demands, at least in the present, but there will be an initial struggle on the network backbone in supporting these initiatives and fulfilling the promise of higher-capacity transport. Read more

Challenges of Migrating Optical Networks to 400G

The telecom industry is anxiously awaiting the benefits that 400G capacity will bring to existing and future fiber network deployments. Nearly every business is leveraging the latest in digital offerings to remain competitive in their respective markets, which exponentially increases the amount of data transported across the network. 400G is certainly the answer to these increasing data demands, at least in the present, but there will be an initial struggle on the network backbone in supporting these initiatives and fulfilling the promise of higher-capacity transport. Read more

Podcast: 200G Over Fiber for Data Center Interconnect

Based on the hyper growth that we are experiencing in telecommunications and other applications that are generating so much data, transport requirements are greater and greater. Don Witt of The Channel Daily News, a TR publication, discusses with Koby Reshef, PacketLight CEO, the network infrastructure needed to support these growing demands. Read more

Do-it-yourself fiber-optic infrastructure - top considerations when building your own network

Buying network infrastructure (or service) from a major carrier may be efficient, convenient, and certainly hands-off, but often comes at a considerable cost. This route is almost inevitably accompanied by higher fees, an inability to economically or dynamically scale, and a reliance on a third party when network problems arise. Now more than ever it is critical for businesses to maintain control over how and when to scale their network infrastructure. Read more

Future Proofing Network Latency in Stock Trading

Ultra-low latency is central to securing a trade at the desired price before it fluctuates. This is applicable to high-frequency traders (HFT), market makers or statistical arbitrage traders. Traders must be able to access a range of applications in real-time. Applications that handle tasks such as trade placement, analysis and modeling, and settlement, are the lifeblood of most firms, and the slightest latency incurred can impact the price of a security. Read more

PacketLight Offers Optimized Metro and DCI Networks to Partners

With digital technology evolving at a fast rate, carriers and enterprises must expand throughput and efficiency over existing WDM infrastructure to maximize existing infrastructures and realize return on investment (ROI). The Channel Partner Program (CPP) for enterprise VARs and resellers by PacketLight Networks enables organizatios to optimize their metro and DCI networks to manage the substantial amount of data that is overtaking their existing infrastructures. Read more

High Speed Optical Networks Are Revolutionising Financial Infrastructure

Data Economy speaks to Koby Reshef, CEO of PacketLight Networks, on how high speed optical networks are changing mission critical analysis and transactions in financial markets. Read more

Optical Fiber Makes an Impact at Cable-tec

How to better address enormous bandwidth demands of today’s users. Video streaming in the USA is stressing the networks and is a clear example of demand exceeding supply. With each fiber delivering a limited amount of at optimal speeds, many are struggling to keep up with demand. Read more