The latest news from Smartoptics.
Join us for DE-CIX TechMeeting 2022
DE-CIX TechMeeting will take place on 28 June, 10am-8pm, at the Kunstverein Familie Montez e.V in Frankfurt. Join us to meet the DE-CIX community and hear about exciting interconnection and peering topics.
Join us for the BCIX Anniversary
On June 30 - July 1 we are in Berlin to celebrate the BCIX Anniversary.
Join us for Netnod Meeting 2022
Smartoptics are proud sponsors of Netnod Meeting 2022 and will be present during the event. On April 7th our CTO Kent Lidström will hold a presentation on Challenges and opportunities when deploying pluggable 400G coherent optics.
Join us for Virtual Data Center Symposium 2022
Together with Corning and Brocade we present a virtual data center symposium on April 26.
OFC Recap with Magnus & Kent
Join Magnus Grenfeldt and Kent Lidström for a fireside chat discussing observations and trends from the OFC Conference 2022.
We will be at OFC in San Diego
We will be at OFC in San Diego, come see us at booth 4618. Please contact Kevin Robinson, Director of Sales Americas to set up a meeting.
We will be at LINX114 in London
LINX114 will be located in Park Plaza, Victoria on the 10th and 11th of November. Please contact Paul Joseph or Max Naylor to set up a meeting.
We will be at NANOG83 in Minneapolis, November 1-3
Join us in Minneapolis for the NANOG83 Conference, November 1-3. We will be present in the break area on Tuesday, stop by and say Hello!
Join us in Frankfurt at DE-CIX Meeting Center for DENOG13
Join us in Frankfurt at DE-CIX Meeting Center to attend #DENOG13.
Join us in Denmark for the DeiC Conference, November 3-4
Come find us in the exhibition area at the DeiC Conference.
We will be at Datacenter Forum 2021 in Stockholm
Our CTO, Kent Lidström, will be presenting. We will also be present in the exhibition area.
Smartoptics’ open line system with GDPS now IBM certified
The Smartoptics products validated by IBM are the DCP-1610 high-density transponder module along with the DCP-M40 DWDM open line system. The scenario supported in the testing was 90-100 km distances.