By Lisa Huff
The next few weeks I’ll be very busy. First I’ll be chairing Session 105 (Ethernet Chipsets/Components) at the Ethernet Technology Summit. While most of the conference is about R&D projects, I’ve chosen to focus my short presentation on current opportunities for components suppliers.
In March, I’ll be heading to OFC/NFOEC 2011. There I have three different sessions I’m involved in. My short course on “Data Center Cabling – Transitioning from Copper to Fiber” will be held Monday morning. A short excerpt of this short course can be accessed through an archived Webinar I did recently. Monday afternoon I’ll be participating in the Computercom Symposium by presenting “The State of the Short-Reach Optics Market.” On Tuesday, the kick-off of the Optical Business Forum (see previous post for details) will take place and I’ll be moderating the Carrier Ethernet Exchanges session.
Come see us in Santa Clara this week or Los Angeles the week of March 7th.