2018, September 03.
Bifrost Communications is experiencing increased interest in its 25 Gbit/s fiber optical communications solution prior to Asia’s largest optical communications expo in Shenzhen, China. The expo begins tomorrow – the CIOE Optical Communication Technology and Development Forum 2018.
Operators and equipment vendors are challenged with bottlenecks in their access networks due to rapidly increasing internet traffic, and many of them will participate in the expo to investigate possibilities to improve their access networks significantly.
An affordable solution to cope with increased internet traffic
“We are thrilled to be in Shenzhen to discuss the challenges from increased Internet traffic, which our technology offers an affordable solution to,” says Bo Pedersen, CEO in Bifrost Communications.
“Our technology gives operators and equipment vendors a unique opportunity to improve link-budget and dispersion tolerance at high data rates,” he says.
Bifrost welcomes participants to stop by the company’s booth to discuss how our technology can be implemented in their products and networks.
Industry leader with regard to link budget and dispersion
The link budget is the highest tolerable optical loss between transmitter and receiver. Dispersion is a distortion that occurs during fiber transmission. Bifrost’s patented Quasi-Coherent optical receiver technology is the industry leader with regard to link budget and dispersion tolerance in the low cost segment, which makes it ideal for the mass market.
Bifrost participates in the conference with three representatives and an impressive booth in the main hall of the exhibition area – booth no. 1A06. This high profile participation is made possible due to cooperation with four other Danish high tech companies facilitated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.
The other participating companies in the Danish booth are:
Bifrosts’ team will also use the opportunity the expo provides to explore the general development in transceiver technology.
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