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To: JCnieuwenj who wrote (4221)6/16/2020 7:18:31 PM
From: FUBHO
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Infinera ( INFN +11.9%) is trading at volume that has already hitting 160% of daily average, and tagged its highest point in weeks, after Needham added it to its Conviction List.


Analyst Alex Henderson has a Strong Buy on the stock, pointing to a "solidly upbeat view of its fundamentals" the company offered at Needham's non-deal roadshow, along with a balanced view of service provider demand.

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To: FUBHO who wrote (4223)6/16/2020 11:30:49 PM
From: inefficient
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That's strange, i don't see any press release that INFN was participating in a road show and there isn't anything on their website (nor is there anything of Needham's site). Though it's exactly the type of shit one should expect from Alex Henderson and probably a sign that near term results are going to be volatile (not necessarily in a good way).

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To: inefficient who wrote (4224)6/17/2020 6:35:26 AM
From: FUBHO
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I found it here.

Jun. 16, 2020 1:24 PM ET

seekingalpha.com

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From: FUBHO6/17/2020 8:10:06 AM
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Windstream Partners with Infinera to Transmit 800G over 730 Km in Live Production Network Using ICE6 Technology

GlobeNewswireJune 17, 2020

SUNNYVALE, Calif. and LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Infinera ( INFN) and Windstream, a leading provider of advanced network communications, today announced the completion of a live network trial that successfully achieved 800 gigabits per second ( 800G) single-wavelength transmission over 730 kilometers (km) across Windstream’s long-haul network between San Diego and Phoenix. In addition to the industry-leading real-world performance at 800G, Windstream and Infinera set another industry record by looping back the signal to achieve a 700G transmission over 1,460 km. The trial was performed using Infinera’s fifth-generation coherent optical technology, ICE6 (Infinite Capacity Engine), equipped in a Groove (GX) Series platform over industry-standard G.652-compliant SMF-28 fiber, with both signal rates achieving a performance level that met Windstream’s production network deployment standards.

The results of the trial mark a major milestone in optical networking by demonstrating that ultra-high-speed optical transmissions, such as 700G and 800G, powered by Infinera’s ICE6 optical engine and Windstream’s high-performance fiber network, can be deployed in real-world network applications over significant distances. This will enable emerging 400 Gigabit Ethernet (400 GbE) services to be supported over longer distances within the Windstream national network. High-performance high-speed transmission will also enable network operators like Windstream to realize increased efficiency in cost per bit and power per bit, as well as increased capacity per fiber by as much as 70 percent compared to third-generation (400G) coherent technology and by as much as 35 percent compared to fourth-generation (600G) coherent technology.

“Windstream remains committed to staying at the forefront of technological innovation and the superior performance of ICE6 brings real-world value to our network and enables us to meet the explosive growth in bandwidth demands of our customers,” said Buddy Bayer, chief network officer at Windstream. “The flexibility of ICE6 coupled with the easily deployable compact modular form factor of the GX Series will enable Windstream to quickly and easily introduce this new technology across our entire network from edge to core.”

The industry-leading 700G and 800G transmission performance was enabled by advances in Nyquist subcarriers, a pioneering innovation developed by Infinera’s Optical Innovation Center (OIC). Unlike competing technologies, Nyquist subcarrier-based solutions enable superior performance by mapping the traffic into tightly packed, lower-baud-rate digital subcarriers within a single optical carrier. In addition to providing significant performance benefits on their own, subcarriers also amplify the benefits of other innovations from Infinera’s OIC such as 64QAM long-codeword probabilistic constellation shaping and dynamic bandwidth allocation that now can be applied to each subcarrier independently.

“Infinera is delighted to set this new industry benchmark and partner with Windstream, a network operator that continually pushes the boundaries of optical networking,” said Parthiban Kandappan, chief technology officer at Infinera. “As proven by the superior performance of this network trial, we believe our unique expertise with Nyquist subcarriers coupled with the groundbreaking innovations introduced by ICE6 will represent the standard for high-speed optical engines going forward.”

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To: FUBHO who wrote (4226)6/17/2020 11:11:27 AM
From: inefficient
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this seems like the type of thing that would drive interest in the stock more than Henderson rehashing anything from an old presentation.

if they get traction with ICE6 similar to what they got out of the DTN-x things could get really interesting over the next 3 years.

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From: FUBHO6/30/2020 1:00:37 PM
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Infinera Founder and Chief Innovation Officer Dr. Dave Welch will present at the all-virtual
@OpticalSociety
#AdvancedPhotonicsCongress in 2 weeks! Don’t miss this chance to hear him speak on coherent subcarrier aggregation applications beyond #5G and more bit.ly


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From: FUBHO6/30/2020 2:35:54 PM
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From: FUBHO7/14/2020 8:33:19 AM
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finance.yahoo.com /news/g-ant-awards-infinera-contract-120000229.htmlGÉANT Awards Infinera Contract to Deploy 600G Transmission Technology to Interconnect Pan-European Research and Education Community
Infinera Corporation
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SUNNYVALE, Calif., July 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Infinera (NASDAQ: INFN) announced today that GÉANT, Europe’s leading collaboration on network and related infrastructure and services for research and education, selected Infinera’s industry-leading 600G transmission technology for its next-generation pan-European network.

Using Infinera’s Groove (GX) Series Compact Modular Platform, FlexILS Open Optical Line System, and professional services, GÉANT is undertaking the most significant refresh of its network in a decade as part of a major EU-funded project designed to support the needs of Europe’s research and education community for the next 15 years.

The amount of vital data generated by scientists and researchers from areas such as bioinformatics, medicine, physics, astronomy, and climate change is growing exponentially, and GÉANT and its NREN partners must stay well ahead of requirements. While GÉANT’s current terabit-ready network is the most advanced and well-connected regional research and education network in the world, the need to stay ahead of requirements for years to come is vitally important to scientific collaboration and discovery.

With Infinera’s networking solutions, GÉANT can effectively provide high-speed services to its customers using efficient, high-capacity 600G per wavelength transmission. Additionally, the scalable network is designed to enable GÉANT to scale capacity to multiple terabits seamlessly, meeting rapidly growing bandwidth demand. Leveraging advanced features from the GX G30 and FlexILS, GÉANT can provide a high level of security, service reliability, and disaster recovery.

“The success of the GÉANT (GN4-3N) project is essential for Europe’s research and education communities and will ensure GÉANT and our NREN partners continue to enable scientific discoveries, remote learning for millions of students, and the realization of open science,” said Erik Huizer, Chief Executive Officer, GÉANT. “Infinera continues to be one of our trusted technology partners and we value their expertise in deploying optical networks and providing the best solutions to meet and exceed our extremely demanding requirements.”

“We are excited to partner with GÉANT to meet some of the most stringent network requirements for high-capacity research and education networks,” said Nick Walden, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales at Infinera. “GÉANT provides network and collaboration services that facilitate important international cooperation between researchers and educators, and we are proud to support their efforts with cutting-edge optical technology that delivers what they need and provides peace of mind.”

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