Infinera Opens New R&D Center in Ottawa
The capital city of Canada has long been a center for the development of optical networks, and new design center will Infinera deep pool of experience and knowledge available there.
Infinera is currently developing its 400Gb / s photonic integrated circuits in the centers of business development and Fab in Sunnyvale, California.
Future generations of Infinera optical systems are designed to optimize the advanced signal processing to process large amounts of data transmitted and received by the Pacific island countries and higher capacity.
The company has appointed Dr. optical systems design Kuang-Tsan Wu to lead the team in Ottawa.
Prior to joining Infinera, Dr. Wu led the team that architecture Nortel 40Gb / s coherent receivers with advanced technologies for signal processing.
The company is currently looking for a small number of additional engineers to join the team in Ottawa.
Infinera has announced a series of appointments to high office as general manager, vice president of worldwide sales and vice president of systems engineering.
“I am delighted to be joining Infinera and work with some of the best engineers in the industry and within the business world’s most innovative optics,” says Dr. Kuang-Tsan Wu. “The combination of ICP and advanced signal processing provides an opportunity to create a significant disruption in future optical systems.
Infinera also will speak at three events in next week www.ecocexhibition.com (CEC) of the fair, to be held in Vienna, Austria September 20 to 24.
At the conference, executives from Infinera discuss technical advances in Infinera photonic integration technology and the disruptive effects of photonic integration has had on optical networks today and tomorrow.