How do Electronics get Packaged Efficiently?

Episode 5: Carlos Rodriguez - EPS Global

How do Electronics get Packaged Efficiently?

We rely heavily on electronics to power the products we use on a daily basis from our phones, TVs, laptops, home appliances, and especially our cars. The intelligent source behind all of this is electronic devices or chips that are placed onto circuit boards on assembly lines across the globe in the manufacture of these products we all know and love. Most of us know little about what goes on behind the scenes.

How do electronics get packaged for efficient assembly into our most coveted devices?

Carlos Rodriguez, General Manager of EPS Mexico, sat down with CMO Ciara McCarthy, to give a behind the scenes view of Tape and Reeling at one of 23 Global Locations. 

Listen Here: How do Electronics get Packaged Efficiently? 

Podcast

Date: 19th May 2022

Length: 21m 11s

5G Crosshaul - Meeting Network Demands with Open Networking

Episode 4: Nanda Ravindran - Edgecore Networks

5G Crosshaul - Meeting Network Demands with Open Networking

5G crosshaul is radically different from the common 4G mobile backhaul. New requirements include lower latency, higher data rates, hard isolation of network slices, and dynamic connectivity for on-demand services encompassing multiple physical and virtual components at the RAN. The present infrastructure is not fit for purpose and Edgecore Networks is leading the way in this network transformation.

Our Senior Systems Engineer, Barry McGinley, sat down with Edgecore Network's VP of Product Management, Nanda Ravindran, to discuss why service providers should consider 5G backhaul/x-haul network deployments, and what role is there for open networking.

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Podcast

Date: 5th May 2022

Length: 22m 12s

Harnessing the Power of Open Disaggregated Networking to Speed up Broadband Rollout

Episode 3: Feka Samakuva - Netomnia

Harnessing the Power of Open Disaggregated Networking to Speed up Broadband Rollout

Providing access to high speed networks has long been a priority for Governments and enterprises alike. The UK Government has set ambitious targets to have gigabit capable broadband coverage to 85% of the country by 2025. In the US, the FCC has pledged $60bn in grants to help bring broadband to rural areas and to rip and replace unsecure equipment. In Germany, the federal Government has committed €12bn for broadband funding through its “grey spots” program.

So with the intent clear from Governments around the world, how can Service Providers harness open networking to speed up deployments and cut costs?

Listen Here: Harnessing the Power of Open Disaggregated Networking to Speed up Broadband Rollout 

Podcast

Date: 21th April 2022

Length: 16m 45s

>Open Networking and the Global Chip Shortage with Kelly LeBlanc - Pica8

Episode 2: John Laban - OCP Foundation

How can Open Networking meet the Challenge of the Climate Crisis?

For every tweet, blog post or photo there is a physical manifestation somewhere in the world. These manifestations are data centers.

The carbon footprint of Data Centers and their energy usage has come into sharp focus as climate targets loom and the climate crisis intensifies. How can open networking meet this challenge and bridge this gap?

Listen Here: How can Open Networking meet the Challenge of the Climate Crisis? 

Podcast

Date: 7th April 2022

Length: 20m 17s

>Open Networking and the Global Chip Shortage with Kelly LeBlanc - Pica8

Episode 1: Kelly LeBlanc - Pica8

Open Networking and the Global Chip Shortage

The modern world runs on microchips. They drive our cars, run our smart homes, and allow us to communicate at lightning speed. 2020 to 2021 has seen a two-sided squeeze on the global chip market as the Covid-19 Global Pandemic accelerated already unprecedented demand and supply was restricted by extreme weather events, trade wars, and a global slowdown. How can service providers maintain access to supply chains while not compromising on security and quality on their networks?

Listen Here: Open Networking and the Global Chip Shortage 

Podcast

Date: 24th March 2022

Length: 14m 26s

The Critical Lowdown Trailer

Trailer

A New Podcast from EPS Global

The Critical Lowdown is a technology podcast from the team at EPS Global. Each episode will give you access to industry experts, and step beyond the anecdotes to see how new technologies, chip shortages, and an ever-changing security landscape affects you and the projects you're rolling out.

Listen Here: The Critical Lowdown Trailer 

Podcast

Date: 3rd March 2022

Length: 1m 17s

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