October 9th webcast: Advances in Fiber and Cable

Oct 9th, 2019

This webcast was originally broadcast on October 9, 2019
and is now available for on demand viewing. 
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A certificate of attendance will be offered.

Webcast Description:
This webcast will highlight major advances in fiber and cable technology over the past 12 months as well as salient deployment trends. We'll also look at connectorization aspects of fiber-optic cable.

Join us for this webcast sponsored by OFS and SENKO Advanced Components.    

Presented by:

John George
Senior Director, Solutions and Professional Services

John George has served with AT&T, Lucent Technologies and now OFS in various engineering and marketing roles.  He currently leads the Solutions and Professional Services group for OFS’s optical fiber, cable, connectivity, and solutions business.  John has published and presented numerous papers and articles on fiber optics and FTTH and been active in Industry standards. John has been active in forming IEEE, IEC and TIA optical fiber related standards, and has been an active member of the Fiber Broadband Association (former FTTH Council) from its founding year of 2001, serving on its board of directors since 2008. John has a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and a Master of Science in Engineering Administration from Virginia Tech, and holds 9 patents.

Hunter Kanai
Product Line Manager
SENKO Advanced Components

Hunter (Shuntaro) Kanai is currently a Product Line Manager at SENKO Advanced Components. He joined SENKO in 2013 and was transferred to SENKO’s Fiber Optic Division in Tokyo, then to Massachusetts HQ in 2014. After working as a sales account manager in the Northwest area, he started his current position as a Product Line Manager for Wireless / Outside Plant. He overseas projects and is in charge of new product development related to wireless and outside plant applications. Hunter currently represents SENKO at Small Cell Forum. 


Stephen Hardy
Editorial Director and Associate Publisher

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