Ovum's Daryl Inniss talks 100G trends

Sept. 24, 2014
Sponsored by Alcatel-Lucent

Daryl Inniss, vice president of Ovum’s components practice, offers his opinions on the market for coherent CFP and CFP2 modules, the merchant DSP chips that may power them, when and if interoperability will become necessary, and the demand for 200G capabilities, among other topics.

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