Unexpected evolution - How meeting the demand for mobile data has rejuvenated fast copper access and transformed core optical transport resulting in FMC – but not as we expected

Tim will argue that disruption and innovation has been the driving force of telecommunications for over 170 years, from the early days of telegraphy through the heady days of optical fibre to the current race for bandwidth in todays fixed and mobile networks. He will discuss the underlying common technology evolution that is allowing mobile networks to deliver bandwidths previously thought to be the preserve of fixed networks, core optical networks to advance to multi-terabit capability and copper access systems to offer speeds of 500Mbit/s or greater. Innovation at the line coding level, powered by Moore’s Law, is driving these remarkable performance shifts and this talk will provide an update on these key developments and how they will enable a future IOT enhanced world.

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