The demand for a software-defined, converged, last-mile access infrastructure has grown significantly in the last few years. Experts’ point of view is that large scale adoption of software-defined FTTx will pave the way for 5G Fronthaul transformation, Large scale IoT adoption, and will establish the use cases for Edge Cloud deployments. To tackle unforeseen events like the current pandemic it’s highly imperative for service providers to build a network that can scale on demand and are future-proof to a large extent.
Given the demand for increased bandwidth, operators need to focus on building fibre dense networks swiftly and efficiently. This requirement will be addressed via an exclusive webinar on Thursday, 24th September 2020 at 2 pm SGT. Join Phill Coppin, Head of Global Application Engineering at STL and Michael van Moppes, General Manager at Plumettaz Singapore Pte Ltd. as they present the efficiency of air-blown micro cables to meet this challenge.
Cloud-Native Data Centres hold the key for maximising the potential of cloud. It is no longer enough to design infrastructure that just operates on the cloud. Now, cloudification needs to be a key part of the design process to build aninfrastructure thatbrings elasticity, architecture modularity, programmability and resilience.
The need for seamless Gigabit speed home and premise connectivity is shaping the FTTx landscape across the world. Due to the new trends emerging due to the recent pandemic situation, service providers are now faced with an imperative of accelerated FTTx deployments.
Over the last 10 years we have seen a shift from G.652.D to G.657.A1 as a standard transmission fiber due to the improved bend performance. As fiber density in deployments increases the next logical step in the same direction is broader deployment of G.657.A2 – the next level in bend insensitive fibers. Network installation, performance and maintenance benefits can be achieved by full, or even partial deployment of this highly bend insensitive fiber across the network, in particular if the chosen A2 fiber is fully backward compatible with legacy G.652.D fiber
Clearly the capacity driven model in Telcos/CSPs isn’t working anymore. Telcos/CSPs risk driving themselves into obsolescence by persisting with existing business models. Disruptive trends like Platformization, growing demand for OTT & other digital services and evolution of Marketplace models to lend itself to various complex use cases are the directions to pursue for Telcos/CSPs.
Over the last few years we have seen a shift from G652.D to G657.A1 as a standard transmission fiber due to the improved bend performance. As fiber density in deployments increases the next logical step further in the same direction is broader deployment of G657.
STL is a proud sponsor at the Wireless Global Virtual Congress. Catch us live in a webinar series – The Public Wi-Fi Story: Next Chapter on the 8th July from 12 PM EST; 9 AM PST.
How are retailers, hotels, cities and enterprises leveraging developments in Wi-Fi to grow business, increase customer intelligence and monetize. Listen to eminent industry speaker’s talk about:
- Big data – driving the customer engagement experience
- How AI driven solutions are delivering for retail?
- OpenRoaming – driving the adoption of HS2.0 and enhancing the customer experience for hospitality
- Connected cities
- How is the Public WiFi story evolving in 2020?
Data consumption is growing rapidly, whether it is at home, in the workplace or on the move. Disruptive events (such as the current crisis) result in significant traffic bursts and demand for data. With economic activity depending more than ever on digital infrastructure, investments in network rollout will accelerate.
STLescope 2020 is a virtual investors meet that discusses and shares STL’s strategic and financial priorities for FY 21-23. Come witness the future of digital networks as we look through the STLescope for our vision 2023
Digital mega-trends are catalysing the data centre ecosystem, be it in the realm of hyperscale, colocation or edge data centres. The new hyper-connected and multi-cloud world needs newer, faster and cost optimised ways for Designing and Building next gen data centres.
Defcom 2019 – Communications as a Decisive Catalyst for Jointness’
In line with our unwavering alignment with GoI’s vision through various initiatives in taking our country’s digital networks – beyond tomorrow, we are showcasing solutions that can take our defence forces to digital supremacy.
Witness us exhibit the power of technology in enabling a world-class defence ecosystem at booth number 2 at Defcom 2019
STL Showcase :
1. Networks of tomorrow: We bring to you our latest technology solutions in the Wireless and Wireline domain. These solutions are customised to meet the requirement of our Defence forces with primary focus on helping them achieve digital supremacy in the network space
2. Securing our critical infrastructure with Sensron+: Sensron+ is a Make in India solution stack which is totally integrated for securing our critical infrastructure. It employs a combination of hybrid sensing, technology-enabled surveillance and monitoring to deliver a 3600 situational awareness and highly secure & intrusion-proof borders and critical establishments
3. AI, ML and Cybersecurity Solution: Our AI & ML offering includes a completely in-house developed tool – Speech to Text – that is designed to help our forces at borders and joint exercises. Our next offering is a full suite of Make in India Cyber Security solution that is tailor-made for our defence ecosystem to secure our digital frontier. Our latest analytics solution – Intellza – which is developed in India, provides predictive analytics for threat vectors and caters to the growing need of our defence forces.
STL had participated in the 2019 edition of AfricaCom. We have showcased it’s new ‘STELLAR FIBRE’. Stellar Fibre is one-of-a-kind in the current industry to have a bend insensitive (ITU-T G.657.A2) fibre design that has a mode field diameter (MFD) of the size of a legacy ITU-T G.652.D fibre.
STL is participating in World Optical Fiber and Cable Conference 2019 and showcasing its innovative Optical fibre and optical fibre solutions including the new STELLAR fibre. Stellar Fibre is one-of-a-kind in the current industry to have a bend insensitive (ITU-T G.657.A2) fibre design that has a mode field diameter (MFD) of the size of a legacy ITU-T G.652.D fibre.
In a bid to create multi-GigaBit capable Access Networks, operators across the globe are looking to build converged data networks that are scalable, resilient and can support multiple use-cases for both wired and wireless connectivity. However, creating such a desired Service-Oriented-Network requires detailing out several considerations, including required network characteristics, architecture considerations, overlaying technologies and desired service parameters.
5G drives a wealth of applications, from IoT to telemedicine. It’s not just about latency; bandwidth is key to massively expanding the scale and availability of these applications.
The demand for a software-defined, converged, last-mile access infrastructure has grown significantly in the last few years. The experts’ point of view is that this technology adoption will pave the way for 5G fronthaul transformation, large-scale IoT adoption, and will establish the use cases for edge cloud deployments.
STL, the end-to-end global technology leader in smarter digital networks, participated in the 3rd edition of IMC and launched its innovative Stellar fibre, an advanced 5G data hub technology 5G Mantra, MantraPODS, a fully integrated solution for smarter networks at IMC 2019 and second generation of Hyperscale Network Modernisation – Lead 360° 2.0 at India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2018, being held in New Delhi, India.
In this year’s edition of SCAT 2019, STL has showcased its ‘Data Network Innovator’ capabilities. Also, showcased it’s new ‘STELLAR FIBRE’. Stellar Fibre is one-of-a-kind in the current industry to have a bend insensitive (ITU-T G.657.A2) fibre design that has a mode field diameter (MFD) of the size of a legacy ITU-T G.652.D fibre.
Data consumption is increasing at the speed of light, therefore, data transmission needs to catch up as well. Optical fibre is expanding its reach and is a key enabler of the upcoming 5G technologies that would require a rock-solid foundation. However, at a time when connectivity demands are rising, fibre needs to achieve much more:
OFC is the largest global conference and exhibition for optical communications and networking professionals. The program is comprehensive — from research to marketplace, from components to systems and networks and from technical sessions to the exhibition. For over 40 years, OFC has drawn attendees from all corners of the globe to meet and greet, teach and learn, make connections and move the industry forward.
The fifth-generation or 5G technology on the back of ultra-low latency communications is poised to bring the next wave of telecom disruption with an array of cross-industry applications becoming mainstream. The 5G High Level Forum, established by the Department of Telecom (DoT), has suggested ways, including more quantum of spectrum, to facilitate the service rollout.
Our consumption of data is growing relentlessly whether it is at home, in the office or on the move. Disruptive events like pandemics result in significant traffic burst overnight with a changing mix of type of data flows. With economic activity depending more then ever on the digital infrastructure, our investments in this fourth utility will accelerate. The high costs of building infrastructure and the mobile and fixed network functions smoothly intertwining drives operators to optimize investments to make the case work.
The global digital ecosystem is being re-defined around emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, blockchain, etc. These ecosystems add new dimensions to the increasing volume, speed and nature of data capture and advanced analytics capabilities. To get an edge, leading telcos are heavily investing in analytics engines and capabilities to get structured customer insights.
With the proliferation of 4G LTE across the globe and evolution of WiFi standards to support Gigabit connectivity in building (home, enterprise, high-density venues, etc.), there has been a steady rise in data consumption at the network’s edge. This demand for high bandwidth on the radio access has led to growing demand for high-bandwidth backhaul connectivity. The natural choice for backhaul connectivity has been fiber, and networks across the world are extending fiber reach to as close to the network edge as possible.
As networks get smarter, network infrastructure needs to get simpler. Once IoT applications scale up, the number of connected devices will increase exponentially, making infrastructure provisioning increasingly complex.
Unprecedented data explosion will fuel massive network expansion, myriad use cases and multi-fold traffic increase. Networks would need to become more intelligent, agile, well-orchestrated and cost effective.
Software is disrupting the world and transforming industries… In the network world today, if it’s not software defined, it’s legacy. Though SDN & NFV are widely accepted to be an important industry revolution and not just the latest marketing buzzwords, adoption of software & network virtualization remains lower than expected. Why are CSPs struggling to make the shift to virtualized networks? Lend Sterlite Tech’s CEO (Software), Mr. Anshoo Gaur, your ears as he delves deep into the reasons for the delayed adoption of SDN & NFV and articulates how CSPs can overcome these challenges going forward. This webinar will talk about:
Given the exponential rise in the number of users, devices per user, and data per device, high-speed data connectivity is today a basic need. To serve this need, governments and service providers world over are investing in dense fiberisation for back-haul and last-mile connectivity. Yet, there are numerous deployment challenges that need to be addressed.