Birla Furukawa Fibre Optics Private Limited announced its 400G ready data center program for the evolution of data centers to 400G. The rapid rise in demand for Online business transactions, Work from Home by Employees, and other cloud-hosted services, as well as the growth of IoT (Internet of Things) applications, has accelerated the need for data centers to evolve into the next wave of technology – 400 Gb/s optical networks, known as 400G. Birla-Furukawa has focused its strategy and investments on offering solutions to prepare Data Centers for this new level of evolution.
Based on experience in this area and long-term commitment to the market, Birla-Furukawa created the 400G-Ready Data Center program. Nitin Nayak, Business Head at Birla Furukawa said “This concept implies offering a set of products, solutions and services designed to support 400G applications in a data center, both current and future and this applies both to the internal environment of the data center and to the interconnection and between data centers, or any mission critical environment.”
Nayak also emphasizes that, while promoting this solution, Birla-Furukawa maintains a constant evaluation of the evolution of the industry in this area, participating in regulatory forums and following market movements. “At some point, there will be an evolution at 800 Gb / s, and / or 1.6 Tb / s. When this happens and is ratified by the standards organizations, we will adjust our offer. But, in the short and medium term, the most massive adoption will be 100 Gb / s and 400 Gb/s ”, concludes the Business Head of Birla-Furukawa.