Improve Renewable Energy Efficiency

Improve Renewable Energy Efficiency

ergy that is generated from natural resources. This means that it is not depleted and is available nearly everywhere. Renewable energy sources include wind and solar power. These sources are categorized as clean energy since they do not use dirty methods or have consequences that are harmful to the environment. As a result, they are considered to be the most environmentally friendly … Continued

How Smart Campus Benefits For College Students

How Smart Campus Benefits For College Students

A smart campus is a community that uses technology to improve people’s lives. Smart campus services can make life easier for students, faculty, and staff and improve security, operations, and resource management. Smart campus features include wireless coverage and location-based services.Smart Campuses are becoming … Continued

What Is A Smart Building And How Can It Benefit You?

What Is A Smart Building And How Can It Benefit You?

A smart building is a facility designed to make its operations more efficient. This technology enables data to be collected from different building parts and transmitted securely to a cloud software or SaaS platform. The data is then recovered and analyzed by business applications and dashboards for experts. This data can help improve building operations … Continued

Edge Computing and IoT: How they fit together

Edge Computing and IoT: How they fit together

The IoT and Edge computing technologies work together to bring the cloud closer to the data generated by a device. By leveraging the power of small devices to send and receive data, companies can lower latency and improve response time. They can also make better use of data generated at the network’s edge. … Continued

What is Edge Networking and Why Does it Matter?

What is Edge Networking and Why Does it Matter?

By Nikita Griffin, Edge Network Engineer, Fiberroad Technology What Is Edge Networking? Edge Networking describes networking in which processes are moved closer to the users. This minimizes latency because devices communicate with distant servers, creating a delay. Edge devices have different processing power, electricity, and network connectivity requirements. To ensure data delivery and processing, edge … Continued

How Industrial Networks Make Smart City

How Industrial Networks Make Smart City

If you are new to the world of networking, you’ll be interested in learning more about industrial network switches. These switches provide high-density Ethernet connectivity and millisecond-level multicast traffic redundancy. They are ideal for critical city infrastructure, transportation, and surveillance applications. For both smart cities and IIoT, the combination of traditional and innovative communication technologies … Continued

What IPv6 Means for IIoT Networking

What IPv6 Means for IIoT Networking

The Industrial Internet of Things, or IIoT, is a core part of the fourth industrial revolution. It relies on devices communicating with each other to function, with the software governing how they interact. This article will discuss IIoT and its applications, focusing on IPv6 as a potential base protocol for Industrial Internet of things. … Continued

How Video Surveillance Systems Use The PoE Switch

How Video Surveillance Systems Use The PoE Switch

By Phillip Dodd, Technology Lead IIoT Engineering Infrastructure & Security, Fiberroad Technology Video surveillance systems are an increasingly popular way to keep an eye on a home or business. These systems monitor a property or building by monitoring activity via video cameras and broadcasting a picture or signal to a limited set of monitors. In … Continued

IIoT: A strong foundation for a Smart Lamppost

IIoT: A strong foundation for a Smart Lamppost

The smart lamppost is an essential element of the smart city. With IIoT installed, smart lampposts can provide more than just light and other integrated smart functions that benefit people nearby. A smart lamppost can provide wireless access, environmental monitoring, surveillance, lighting, and charging for electric vehicles. The Smart Lampposts offer benefits such as public … Continued

How IIoT can optimise Smart Bus System

How IIoT can optimise Smart Bus System

vice contractors are responsible for getting to and from nodes safely and soundly. Besides picking up and dropping off citizens at designated stops along the bus route, bus contractors are also responsible for inspecting their vehicles before each journey to ensure the safety of passengers, pedestrians, and other drivers on the road. For contractors of a large fleet of buses, manually inspecting … Continued

IP over DWDM Architecture

IP over DWDM Architecture

Internet Protocol (IP) over DWDM’ is the concept of sending data packets over an optical layer using DWDM for its capacity and other operations. In the modern-day world, the optical layer has been supplemented with more functionality, which was once in the higher layers. This creates a vision of an all-optical network … Continued

Everything You Need to Know about 25G Optics

Everything You Need to Know about 25G Optics

With the development of data center with the broadband upgrade, optical module plays a more and more important role. We know that light modules have evolved over the years, The speed was increased from 10G to 800G, and the form factor was improved from 1X9 optical module to the current mainstream QSFP28, CFP2 optical module … Continued

Data Center 100G DWDM Connectivity

Data Center 100G DWDM Connectivity

Today, more than ever, it’s crucial to ensure your end user experiences service that is fast, powerful and available, as demand continues to spike amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The coronavirus has brought edge computing, and edge data centers further into focus as hundreds of millions of students and employees continue studying and working from home. … Continued

200G Coherent Single-Fiber Bi-Direction

200G Coherent Single-Fiber Bi-Direction

Popularly, Because of the additional cost of narrow linewidth integrated tunable laser assemblies (ITLA) and Cross talk from back reflections when it operates at a different wavelength than its transmitter. The popular 100G/200G DCO-CFP2 can’t support bi-directional in a single fiber. But now we tell “Can”. Solution Highlights BiDi (single fiber operation) utilizing dual lasers … Continued

Optical Amplifier Gain Optimization

Optical Amplifier Gain Optimization

EDFA is an optical amplifier that uses a doped optical fiber as a gain medium to amplify an optical signal. The signal which is to be amplified and a pump laser are multiplexed into the doped fiber, and the signal is amplified through interaction with the doping ions. EDFA is the best known and most … Continued

CWDM MUX/DEMUX

CWDM MUX/DEMUX

Fiberroad offers high channel isolation, very low insertion loss (1.7 dB including connectors) CWDM multiplexers/demultiplexers (MUX/DMUX). Low insertion loss becomes critical at 10 Gb/s bitrates or long distances where margins in power budgets are small. Our standard range of products include Fiberroad  modular CWDM system C1, with 8+1 channel CWDM MUX/DMUX and C1-4, a 4 … Continued