Weathering the storm

Dec. 8, 2023
The North American optical transport equipment market hit turbulence in the third quarter as revenues dropped 4 percent year-over-year due to what Dell’Oro Group says is excess inventory, macro-conditions, recession fears, and higher borrowing costs. Meanwhile, Vertical Systems Group says DIA will be the dominant Ethernet service, and Nokia and Orange conducted an 800G trial. Lightwave Editor-in-Chief Sean Buckley breaks it down in this week's Friday 5 video.
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Sean Buckley

Sean is responsible for establishing and executing the editorial strategies of Lightwave and Broadband Technology Report across their websites, email newsletters, events, and other information products.

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