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Scaling data center connectivity to 400G and beyond - While 100G optical connectivity is firmly established to link data center networks, data center providers are migrating to 400G while keeping an eye on upcoming 800G and 1.6 Tbps evolutions. This webcast will examine the trends and requirements to connect to data centers to keep up with ongoing bandwidth demands. It will also address technologies that offer not only greater speeds but also address environmental and power efficiencies.
During this webinar, speakers from Fujitsu and Henkel will address several issues:
- Optical transmission system evolution
- Thermal management benefits
- Liquid cooling in optical systems
- Co-packaged optics
- Minimizing contamination
Thermal Product Development Manager
Yevgen Berezhanskyy joined Henkel Corporation in 2021 and is the Product Development Technical Manager for the company’s thermal interface material (TIM) portfolio, primarily serving the electronics and industrial market sectors. Previously, he was a staff scientist at Momentive, where his work focused on additives for polyurethane foam applications. Berezhanskyy holds a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from Ukrainian State University of Chemical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the Technical University of Dortmund in Germany.
Distinguished Global Solution Planner
Fujitsu Network Communications
Working as a key contributor to Fujitsu’s network solutions strategy, architecture and portfolio, Muhammad Sarwar applies his extensive expertise in multiple areas. These include future product and roadmap planning; product and partnership management; idea and product incubation; and innovation in digital transformation. His particular areas of interest include data center networking; network management, abstraction, and security; automation and analytics; SDN/NFV; and emerging technologies in areas such as augmented reality, autonomous/connected vehicles, and blockchain.