Driven by the colossal surge in the bandwidth demand from both home users as well as enterprise customers, the telcos are exploring various strategies to strengthen their networks and provide exceptional Quality of Service (QoS).
With close to 100 crore mobile consumers, India is witnessing huge jump in terms of data appetite. The affordable smartphones; pocket friendly data offerings; and exciting new applications — in the form of social media, videos, online gaming, shopping, chatting — are making a compelling case for end users to collaborate, share and explore the mobile internet.
The growing usage of applications on personal and mobile networks has overburdened the existing mobile networks and severely impacting the network quality of the mobile operators.
This entire scenario has made Optical Transport Network (OTN), a definite solution to support the high bandwidth demand. The OTN technologies — Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) and Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) — are proved as an effective solution to overcome the bandwidth limitations of SONET/SDH.
In order to deliberate, discuss and come up with right set of ideas, we are proud to announce the launch of Next Generation – Optical Transport Networks Summit 2016, an international Conference cum exhibition schedule to be held on Thursday, 28th January 2016 at The Lalit in Mumbai. The conference is an excellent opportunity for all telecom stakeholders to understand the opportunities, benefits and challenges in deploying Optical Transport Networks in the country.
It will be attended by the who’s who of telecom industry and will be supported by leading analyst firms, industry associations and solution providers.