Lumentum has announced it will exhibit at five tradeshows worldwide in the next three months. It will display a range of new products addressing the telecom, enterprise, datacentre, and 3D sensing, as well as laser micromachining and laser macromaterials markets.
Photonix, Fibre Optics Expo 2017 — April 5–7, 2017, in Tokyo, Japan. Photonix 2017 consists of three different exhibitions specializing in laser processing, optics, and optical measuring/analytical technology. Attendees include representatives from optical instruments, medical device, and automotive equipment manufacturers.
Michael Ayliffe, R&D director, optical communications, transmission components will speak on: ‘The Latest Trends in Optical Components for Ultra-High-Speed Communications, Michael Ayliffe, R&D Director, Optical Communications, Transmission Components’
Image Sensors Auto EU 2017 — April 25–26, 2017, in Dusseldorf, Germany at the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel. The event concentrates on image sensors for automobile imaging systems from optics, to processing, to OEM requirements for auto manufacturing.
Next Generation Optical Networking (NGON) Europe 2017 — June 20–22, 2017, in Nice, France at the Nice Acropolis Convention Centre. NGON focuses on optical networks addressing optical datacentre interconnect (DCI), software defined networks (SDN), and photonic integration, amongst others.
Chris Pfistner, VP, product line management, datacom be involved in an Oxford Style Debate: ‘Can Datecentres Skip 200GbE on the way to 400GbE?’
EPMT 2017 — June 20–23, 2017, in Geneva, Switzerland at the Palexpo Geneva. EPMT focuses on micro- and nano-technologies for lasers in a variety of applications including aeronautic, automotive, automation, robotics, and others.
Laser World of Photonics Munich 2017 — June 26–29, 2017, in Munich, Germany at the Messe Munich. The event is held every two years and hosts a combination of research, innovative technology and industrial application sectors for photonics. It is one of the largest global conferences and exhibitions for the lasers and photonics community.