Technical Director EXFO Asia Pacific
Raymond specializes in telecommunications Test and Measurement for over 22 years. He possesses extensive hands-on experience working with all major telecom service providers and mobile operators and their entire equipment suppliers and contractors from all over Asia Pacific including Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
He has authored numerous best practices guide to help the service operators to maximize their investment from their deployment for variety of transport networks ranging from FTTx, DWDM/ROADM, OTN, legacy SDH to high speed Ethernet (100G and 400G), fiber optics and triple play broadband services and most recently 5G Fibre Network Transformation.
Raymond has been with EXFO for more than 14 years, holding different regional roles in technical sales, application engineering, product support, training, product marketing, learning technology and services consultancy. He is currently APAC Test and Measurement technical director. He plays instrumental role in driving the company product innovation by bridging to the APAC market demand and evolution. Raymond holds a degree in Telecommunications and Electronics.
This webinar is the third and last installment of a series around photonics and coherent transport and its challenges involved in manufacturing, design and research when developing and producing next-generation transport technologies.
Network equipment manufacturers (NEMs) and optical R&D labs are facing growing challenges relating to global network transformations including 5G mobility, high-speed broadband, data centers and edge networking. In this fast-paced and complex environment, NEMs and labs need scalable, agile testing solutions that meet evolving R&D and production requirements. To ensure high quality and cost-effectiveness, test & measurement solutions must leverage automation and advanced technology while ensuring that testing is done from end to end.
In this webinar, we'll explore the best practices in labs and manufacturing by sharing use cases with major industry players. End-to-end solutions will be considered for various applications from R&D and manufacturing to the field (including component and system requirements). Lastly, we will provide a glimpse of upcoming trends as seen at OFC 2022.
Previous installments of this webinar series: