Monday, 19 September, 2011
14:30 -- 16:15
Le Mt-Blanc

Mo.1/2.Le Mt-Blanc • Symposium on International Optoelectronics Association: A Forum for International Cooperation in Optical Fibre Communications and Related Technologies

Chair: Thomas Pearsall, European Photonics Industry Consortium, France
 
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100 G BIT BROADBAND IN USA
Liz Rogan, OSA, OIDA, Washington, USA
This presentation will focus on fixed and mobile broadband roll-out, backhaul, core and metro networks. US market reporting will include: i) network deployment in the US, ii) system and technology vendors headquartered in the US but selling globally, and iii) research and development spending in the US.
 
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OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY STATUS IN TAIWAN.
Peter Shih, PIDA, Taiwan
Taiwan OFC industry mainly supplies components, especially transceiver and passive components. Although the production value of Taiwan OFC may be small on a worldwide scale, it actually reflects the trend for worldwide OFC market on the component side, and the history of industry development.
 
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FTTH IN SWITZERLAND
Christoph Harder , Swiss LaserNet
Swiss FTTH is done mostly by bottom-up initiatives with various different approaches. The most prominent approach is bring 4 fibers to each Swiss home in order to guarantee access to each home by different business partners.
 
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OPTICAL COMMUNICATION INDUSTRY AND TECHNOLOGY IN JAPAN
Y. Odani, OITDA, Tokyo, Japan
After a brief introduction of the OITDA and its mission, I will give an overview of optical communications in Japan including key industry trends and technology developments.

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