Spectrum Sharing over Submarine Cable Networks

| January 31, 2018

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In this video, Ciena engineer Michael Hubbard provides an overview of Spectrum Sharing over submarine cable networks, which allows submarine cable operators to virtualize their subsea fiber cable assets to enable a new and highly differentiated service offering to their customers. With spectrum sharing, the customer provides their own modems and SLTE, and the cable owner provides a spectrum sharing solution with appropriate access and security features.

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