Fibre & the complexity of hyper
speed transceivers


Fibre has been fundamental in connecting communities around the globe and has especially played a major role in the evolution and adoption of technology globally.For this reason , many professionals in telecoms and/or those who rely on communication services have had keen interest on the function, deployment, operations an management of fibre transmission networks .In recent years, developments in fibre transmission components have grown as network demands have continued to change .Fibre transceivers are particularly important because they are responsible for data transmission and have especially been in the forefront of enabling the transformation of fibre transmission networks.In this series , we are fortunate to have experts who will enlighten us about fibre and complexity of hyper speed transceivers.

Our Speakers

Mfanufikile is a Telecoms Engineer, MZweIE, Pr. Eng (ECZ) and Entrepreneur with broad experience and interests in fibre optics, internet of things and wireless communications.He serves the ZimNOG community as President.

Thomas Weible is a Co-Founder and CTO of Flexoptix GmbH. He formerly lead the groundbreaking software development within the company. Thomas has moved more and more towards the field of transceiver technology and his so called „support with no levels and no bullshit“. Enthusiastic in everything he does, he gives realistic and practical answers to get transceivers working and operational. As a speaker at several conferences around the globe he is able to target the needs of network engineers.

18:00 Opening Remarks – Cuthbert Tendaupenyu
18:05 – Fibre transmission -The game changer ! – Mfanufikile Ncube
18:10 – The complexity of Hyper speed fibre transceivers -Thomas Weible
19:40 – Q&A Session
19:55 – Closing Remarks and Vote of Thanks – Nomsa Mwayenga

RSVP and Join us for yet another rare opportunity to interface one of the industry’s top subject matter experts and as usual , our events are free of charge so bring a friend !

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