Scalability Considerations in Fusion Splicing & Connectivity Design


2020 has seen a surge in demand for data- greater bandwidth and ultra-fast download speeds coupled with a new definition of network reliability. What’s next in 2021?

With this demand, the question of scalability becomes increasingly critical as we explore emerging broadband network infrastructures and the essentials in a fiber optic installer’s toolkit for navigating a 5G-ready world.

With guest Sabrina Belean, Product Specialist, Sumitomo Electric Lightwave
Sabrina Belean began her career in the telecommunications industry in 2017. With nine years of collective experience in Project and Operations Management, she transitioned into her current role as Product Manager. Her primary focus is on the design, development, and market deployment of next-generation solutions for Sumitomo’s Fusion Splicing and Connectivity lines.

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