Secure networking for a data center cloud in Europe – Flexible infrastructure for data center communication providing unique security
VPIphotonics teams up with Coriant and academic partners in the framework of the Celtic-Plus project SENDATE-FICUS. The purpose of this project is the development of new technologies enabling the transition from today's networks to robust, efficient, secure and re-configurable converged communication networks.
VPIphotonics teams up with regional enterprises and research institutes as a part of the PolyPhotonics Berlin project
(co-financed by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, BMBF). The goal of the project is to establish new polymer based technology for global communications market. The plan of this initiative is
to provide a toolbox of hybrid-optical building blocks that putted together with the usage of innovative materials and procedures for the production and assembly of photonic multiple-use components would allow
for developing typical Telecom/Datacom components.
Allied Initiative for Training and Education in Coherent Optical Network
VPIphotonics teams up with ACREO, Aston University, DTU, KTH, UCL and other academic and industry partners in the framework of the project ICONE (Allied Initiative for Training and Education in Coherent Optical Network). The overall objective of this initiative is to train early stage as well as experienced researchers on advanced photonic communication systems. VPIphotonics has an open position in the framework of this program.
VPIphotonics cooperates with ACREO Swedish ICT, Aston University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in the framework of the project GRIFFON (Green Initiative for Future Optical Networks). The overall scientific objective of this project is to develop a fiber-optic coherent communication system with increased capacity and distance (over 300 km) at low operating cost and reduced power consumption based on an ultralong second-cascade fiber Raman amplification with suppressed polarisation impairments.
VPIphotonics cooperates with Bangor University, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute and other industrial partners on the European PIANO+ project OCEAN (OOFDM for Cost-Effective Access Networks). The main goal of this international research project is the development of the first commercially exploitable >20-Gb/s OOFDM transceiver modules for deployment in WDM PON.
Resulting from a successful two-year R&D project (cofinanced by the German Federal Ministry of Eduction and Research, BMBF), FTTX-PLAN supports the strategic decision process of introducing FTTx networks into municipalities, public utility companies and regional suppliers. After a one-time process of data collection, cost-optimized network plans are created, evaluated and compared with the help of automatic planning processes.
VPIphotonics partners in the CELTIC initiative 100GET project, which brings together Industry and University to develop high-performance and cost-effective solutions for 100-Gigabit Ethernet Networks. Partners in 100GET are ADVA, Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Nokia-Siemens Networks and other partners from industry, research institutes and universities.
VPIphotonics teams up with ADVA, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute and academic partners in the framework of the Celtic-Plus project SASER-ADVAntage-Net. The purpose of this project is the development of new technologies enabling the roll-out of secure and flexible optical networks.
Monolithic InP-based DPQPSK Integrated Receiver and Transmitter for CoHerent 100-400Gb Ethernet
VPIphotonics partners with European research and industry on the ICT project MIRTHE. The FP7 project targets new multilevel-modulation all-monolithic integrated TX and RX Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs) able to achieve 100-400 Gb/s aggregated speed on a single wavelength. The joint work is performed by an international consortium of six partners (III-V Lab, FhG-HHI, u2t, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Universidad de Malaga) possessing solid background and the know-how in the optical communications field.
VPIphotonics partners with research and industry in the EIBONE (Efficient Integrated Backbone) project. The goal of the project (cofinanced by the German Ministry for Research and Development) is to define the standards for robust and efficient Next-Generation Networks (NGN). The partners in Eibone are T-Systems, Alcatel, Lucent, Siemens, Marconi, CoreOptics, FhG-HHI, Adaptiv, u2t, universities and others.
VPIphotonics teams up with several partners from research and industry in the BERLIN-ACCESS project. The goal of the project (cofinanced by the Zukunftsfonds Berlin) is to develop cost-effective architecure and component solutions for fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) networks. The consortium partners are FhG-HHI, FOC, MergeOptics, Elbau, Berliner Glas, and AVM.