With time and technological advancements, end users have begun focusing on wireless optical transmission, which is achieved by the installation of optical networks without optical fibers, by using the open-air optical technology. The wireless technology uses light to transmit data and voice signals. This new system uses one or more hubs to convert optical signals to and from wireless radio-frequency (RF) signals, which helps in adding new subscribers to any hub through multiplexing.
Moreover, wireless optical networks deliver optical data signals at reasonable costs and higher bit rates. Furthermore, the optical networking and communication market is characterized by technologies such as width division multiplexing (WDM), fiber channels, and synchronous optical network (SONET). In recent years, the application of the WDM technology has increased significantly, as it offers high-speed data transfer.
Additionally, coarse wavelength division multiplexing (CWDM), a variant of the WDM technology, facilitates the transmission of large volumes of data across enterprises or telecom networks. In the same way, the high storage capacity offered by the fiber channels technology is expected to augment its adoption in the coming years. Recently, Asia-Pacific (APAC) region experienced the evolution of broadband services, which rely on optical networks.
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The Philippines, China, Malaysia, and India are generating a high demand for fiber optic cables due to the rapid adoption of wireless communication and developments in the IoT field. Besides, companies including Furukawa Electric Co. Ltd. and Fujikura Ltd. are offering optical networking components, such as electric fiber cables and optical fibers, to enhance the telecom infra.
Furthermore, India and China are expected to increase the installation of fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) solutions, aided by the heavy investment in the communication network infrastructure. Thus, the increasing penetration of connected devices and growing requirement for improved connectivity will amplify the installation of optical networking and communication systems in the future.