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Fujitsu Adds 2,500 km to its 100G Dark Fiber Network in the UK

By admin, July 18, 2012 2:18 pm

As the needs of the modern business increase in terms of sending and receiving data, networks must expand and improve to facilitate these needs. This is exactly what Japanese IT products and services provider, Fujitsu?(News – Alert) has done in the UK by expanding its 100G high-speed fiber-optic network.

The expansion consists of an additional 2,500 km of dark fiber, enabling true 100 Gbps data — “true” meaning equal upload and download speeds — across Fujitsu’s managed wavelength service (MWS). As such, more businesses have access to a carrier-grade, high-capacity, low-latency network capable of supporting the needs of businesses which regularly transfer large data.

“This significant expansion is a direct response to customers’ increasing demand to transport very-high-bandwidth data faster and further than ever before,” said Andy Stevenson, executive director of hosting and network solutions at Fujitsu UK & Ireland, in a statement. casino . “An effective infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) begins and ends with the network; the true benefits can only be realized if the interconnect between enterprise and data center does not present a bottleneck.”

The network utilizes ADVA Optical Networking’s 100G Agile?(News – Alert) Core platform with flexible, reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexers (ROADMs), allowing for real-time wavelength provisioning and switching across the core network. This flexibility provides customers with such benefits as bandwidth-on-demand, which allows them to adjust network requirements as needed.

In other recent Fujitsu news, the company announced a few new smartphones this week, online pokies including the F-12D from the company’s RakuRaku line and the high-end ARROWS Z ISW13F, both slated for release in Japan. The F-12D was designed specifically with senior citizens in mind, sporting a design that will not “overwhelm or confuse elderly users.”

The ISW13F, on the other hand, features an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor, high-speed WiMAX?(News – Alert) communications and a 13.1 megapixel camera. Furthermore, this device sports an updated version of Fujitsu’s Human Centric Engine, which delivers improved usability via cutting-edge sensing technology.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman

LS Cable & System wins projects from 3 Middle Eastern countries worth $110 million.

By admin, March 30, 2012 7:34 am

Friday, Mar 30, 2012

On March 22, LS Cable & System (Chairman & CEO: Christopher Koo) announced that the company has won large projects totaling $110 million (about KRW123.1 billion): i.e. $107 million (about KRW120 billion) from Kuwait, $1.44 million (about KRW1.6 billion) from Saudi Arabia, and $1.36 million (about KRW1.5 billion) from Qatar.

LS Cable & System will supply 101.8km of 400kV cables and connectors for the extra high voltage cable construction projects being carried out by the Kuwait Ministry of Electricity & Water and Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation to meet the rapidly increasing demands for electricity and build national infrastructures in the region. And in Saudi Arabia, LS Cable & System will supply and install 157.3km of 132kV gap conductors (refer to glossary) by August for a transmission system project of the Saudi Electricity Company that will connect the southern province of Najran with the southwestern province of Jizan. Importantly, LS Cable & System will earn extra revenues as the company will not simply supply cable products, but also install them.

LS Cable & System said that the company has now advanced into the high-value-added cable market by winning its first orders for 400kV products, which have previously been dominated by European and Japanese companies. By beating the global leading cable makers as well as local companies having a great deal of influence such as Saudi Cable, LS Cable & System has confirmed once again that the company possesses world-class technical know-how and product competitiveness.

“It proves once again that LS Cable & System is No. 1 in the Middle Eastern market,” said Executive Director Jaein Yun of LS Cable & System’s Energy Division. “In the Middle Eastern market, which is growing again so fast that it can be called a ‘second Middle Eastern Boom,’ we will work harder to obtain better results by engaging in systematic customized marketing activities.”

 

Source: LS Cable & System

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Roboden: Japanese Company Develops World’s First Elastic Electrical Cable (Video)

By admin, December 5, 2011 10:12 am

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They aren’t as hip as those curly cables we’veshown we a few days ago, thoughRoboden JP, a world’s initial effervescent electrical cable, is approach some-more useful. Its maker, vital Japanese chemical associationAsahi Kasei, says a wire stretches by a cause of 1.5 – like a tellurian skin.

In a video embedded below, Asahi Kasei especially talks about drudge applications. The wire could, for example, do a partial in doing divided with a automatic and chopping motions many humanoids have.

But it can also be used as a “general” electrical cable, for instance to send data, as a some-more stretchable USB cable, in wearable electronics, for motion-capturing applications, etc.

This video, shot byDiginfo TV in Tokyo (in English), provides some-more insight:

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Fiber Home Turns Profitable in Japan

By admin, August 21, 2011 7:04 pm

Kei Takahashi at Merrill Lynch Japan has a buy on incumbent NTT, a company struggling since 2002. Takahashi believes “growth in IP services such as FTTH are offsetting the decline in legacy services such as telephone revenue.” He sees FTTH revenues as stable and is optimistic about the company in both the short and intermediate term.
     Masayoshi Son shocked NTT a decade ago with low priced DSL, coming in at $20 when NTT was at $40 and soon adding inexpensive VOIP calls. I’ve reported Son took millions of customers and set a model which was confirmed by the incredible success of Free in France. NTT’s first response was to cut prices just to stay in the game while they built the world’s most extensive fiber network.
      The Japanese regulator allowed NTT very favorable pricing on fiber unbundling, leaving minimal margin for broadband competitors. Over time, customers have been abandoning DSL for the faster fiber despite higher prices. NTT has a dominant position in fiber and also captures most of the value added in fiber resold to competitors.
    Son’s Softbank has done very well in wireless as the first with the iPhone in Japan. Takahashi reports “Growth is slowing as earnings continue to decline in the broadband and infrastructure divisions due to a decline in ADSL subscribers.” He rates the other Japanese giant, KDDI, underperform.
While the low prices in Japan led to remarkable early growth in broadband take rates, that leveled off years ago. As I recall parents never say never justin bieber latest album movie, he’s from early childhood showed an interest in music.. Today, fewer in Japan take DSL, fiber, or cable than in many Western countries. The prices in Japan, especially when measured as cost per megabit, continue relatively low. One possible explanation was the early growth in wireless data at NTT Documo, but I remain puzzled.