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11h30 – 13h00

  • ECOC report (trends, breakthroughs and alignment with  the CaON outlook and strategy)
  • Presentation  on the new  FP7 funded ERMES project (Embedded Resonant and ModulablE Self-Tuning Laser Cavity for Next Generation Access Network Transmitter) : FP7-ICT-2011-7 from the Photonics Components Unit- Alessandro Lachelini of Alcatel-Lucent Italy,
  • Planning for FuNeMS 2012, Berlin 4-6 July, paper submissions and reviewers

13h00 – 14h00 Networking lunch

14h00 – 17h00

  • CaONstrategy white paper: status updates (follow up from the meeting at ECOC)
  • CaONstandardisation task force
  • CaONinformal working meeting at FIA
ecoc report geneva 18 22 sept highlights relevant to caon

ECOC Report – Geneva 18-22 Sept.Highlights Relevant to CaON

Dimitra Simeonidou:

  • Optical Communication in a Trading Data Center
    • Andrew F. Bach, Senior Vice President, Global Head Of Network Services, NYSE Euronext, USA
    • Will they converge on a common GMPLS fabric starting in the core of the data center and radiating out for 50 to 100 miles?
    • What will be the speed of the next customer connections? For sure 10G now, but will the industry skip 40G and go directly to 100G relegating 40G to server connections only?
    • What’s next? – 400G or 1Tb running over hollow core fiber?
    • Also 2 workshops (Optical Nets and Clouds and Next Generation Convergence)
  • FTTH: The Swisscom Approach
    • Carsten Schloter, CEO Swisscom, Switzerland
  • FTTH in Japan: Strategy, Technology and Implementation
    • Hiromichi Shinohara, Senior Executive Director of R&D Strategy Department, NTT, Japan
  • Quantum Communication
    • Nicolas Gisin, University of Geneva, Switzerland
trent 1 flexible and elastic technologies and networks
Trent 1: Flexible and Elastic Technologies and Networks
  • Flexi-grid, Gridless, Multi-rate, Multi-granular, Flexible transponders, Adaptive modulation format, Programmable optical devices, Spectral selective devices, Spectrum defragmentation, Monitoring, Control plane
  • Main players:
    • NTT, BT Labs,
    • ALU Bell Labs, ADVA, Cisco, Fujitsu Labs USA,
    • UEssex, UCDavis, CTTC
New Trends in Access: OFDM and Alternative Modulation Formats for Access, Optical Avionic Networks, Green Access
  • WDM-OFDM-PONs, Optical access based on 100 GbE, DPSK OCDMA
  • WDM for aerospace applications, Transceivers' for aircraft networks, fibre sensing on aircrafts
  • Key Players
    • UPC, NICT, Osaka University
    • Avionics: BAE systems, D-Lightsys, France, DIAMOND SA Switzerland
trends 3 multicore and microstructured fibres and applications
Trends 3: Multicore and MicrostructuredFibres and Applications
  • Multicore fibres: design, performance analysis, crosstalk
  • Spatial multiplexing in multi-core fibres, multimode amplifiers, multimode transmission
  • Players:
    • OFS Laboratories USA, ALU Bell Labs France, Corning USA, NEC USA
    • CNRS France, ORC UK, INRIA
trend 4 new optical network applications
Trend 4: New Optical Network Applications
  • Data Centres, Financial transactions (Plenary, workshops)
  • Cloud computing (ALU Bell labs, Juniper, Google)
  • Alien wavelengths (BT)
  • Virtual PC applications (TID)
  • HPC (Google, UCDavis)
  • Virtualisation(GEYSERS, OFELIA, KDDI)
  • OpenFlow (KDDI, ADVA, Google, BUPT, Uessex)
  • Video streaming (BBC, NTT, Essex)
post deadline 1 access
Post-deadline 1- Access
  • Coexistence of 10G-PON and GPON Reach Extension to 50-km with Entirely Passive Fiber Plant
    • OFS Labs, NJ, US/OFS, Specialty Photonics Division, Somerset, NJ, US
  • 2.56 Tbps (40-Gbps x 8-wavelength x 4-OC x 2-POL) Asynchronous WDM-OCDMA-PON using a multi-port Encoder/Decoder
    • National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Tokyo , Japan
    • Department of Applied Electronics, University Roma, Rome, Italy
    • Department of Electrical, Electronics and Information Systems, Osaka University, Japan
  • A 10G Linear Burst-Mode Receiver Supporting Electronic Dispersion Compensation for Extended-Reach Optical Links
    • Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork, Ireland
    • Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation, Transport Systems Engineering, United States,
post deadline 2 core
Post-deadline 2- Core
  • WDM 200Gb/s Single-Carrier PDM-QPSK Transmission over 12,000km
    • Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, France / Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Germany
  • Transmission of 115×100G PDM-8QAM-OFDM Channels with 4bits/s/Hz Spectral Efficiency over 10,181km
    • NEC Laboratories America, Princeton, NJ, USA/ Submarine Network Division, NEC Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
  • Gridless Optical Networking Field Trial: Flexible Spectrum Switching, Defragmentation and Transport of 10G/40G/100G/555G over 620-km Field Fiber
    • HPNG, University of Essex, U.K
    • BT Innovate & Design, BT Adastral Park, U.K
    • Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton, UK
  • The First Testbed Demonstration of a Flexible Bandwidth Network with a Real-Time Adaptive Control Plane
    • Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California, Davis, USA
    • Cisco Systems, San Jose, California, USA
post deadline 3 multicore multimode
Post-deadline 3-Multicore, Multimode
  • WDM/SDM Transmission of 10 x 128-Gb/s PDM-QPSK over 2688-km 7-Core Fiber with a per-Fiber Net Aggregate Spectral-Efficiency Distance Product of 40,320 km*b/s/Hz
    • Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, Holmdel, NJ, USA
    • OFS Labs, NJ, USA
  • Coherent 1200-km 6 x 6 MIMO Mode-MultiplexedTransmission over 3-core MicrostructuredFiber
  • Bell Laboratories, Alcatel-Lucent, Holmdel, NJ, USA.
  • LeCroy Corporation, NY, USA
  • Sumitomo Electric Industries, Yokohama Japan.
  • First demonstration of multimode amplifier for spatial division multiplexed transmission systems
    • Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton,UK
    • Phoenix Photonics Ltd, UK
    • OFS Fitel Denmark