09 Jun 2021
Virtual conference running through 11 June 2021; optics.org selects key product launches and announcements.
OFC is is underway through June 11th.
This year’s expo welcomes industry leaders, academia, media and analysts worldwide. The conference kicked off on 6th June, with a range of short courses and Workshops on optical transport networks, neuromorphic computing and quantum information processing and other trending topics.
The interactive exhibition features new product announcements from companies driving innovations in hardware and software-based networking solutions. In addition, for the first time, OFC is presenting daily video conversations with exhibitors and leading analysts, including Sterling Perrin, Heavy Reading; Ian Redpath, OMDIA; Andrew Schmitt, Cignal AI; Jimmy Yu, Dell’Oro Group and Vladimir Kozlov, LightCounting previewing a range of new products.
“The technologies being discussed and demonstrated at OFC will play a critical role in moving our industry forward and helping us connect on a global scale,” commented Chongjin Xie, OFC General Chair, Alibaba Group, USA. “With the entire community represented, this week is going to feature developments from leading brands and new entrants that will shape the future of optical fiber communication and data networking.”
“There is no other event that offers the breadth and depth of OFC’s business and technical programming,” said Xie. “I’m looking forward to expanding my knowledge base and hearing from experts and colleagues worldwide as they lead the way to solving network challenges.”
Key exhibitor launches and announcements
|EC names EuroQCI consortium members to plan quantum communication network|
|Intel’s micro-ring detector paves way to optical server interconnects|
|iXblue expands into optical components and quantum sensing|
|OFC 2020: Adapted expo 'engages participants across the globe'|
|OFC 2020: Hollow-core fiber advances towards exceeding telecom fiber limit|
|OFC postponed to 6-10 June, 2021|
|Toshiba team extends quantum link range past 600km|