Senior Product Manager, Access
John Hoover is senior product manager for access products at Tellabs. In this role, he is responsible for product line management and marketing for all access products including the Optical LAN solutions.
Previously, John held multiple roles in Tellabs’ access division, where he influenced major industry milestones such as early RBOC PON deployments, telecom video implementations, Optical LAN adoption and SARDANA research. For the past decade, he has provided application engineering and product management for IP, Ethernet, PON, DSL, voice, video, data network, transport network and wireless network technologies. He has provided design and implementation for enterprises, MDU, education, hospitality, healthcare, cable, wireless and wireline service provider projects ranging from thousands of dollars to billions of dollars.
John has more than 15 years of experience in the telecommunications industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Minor in Economics from California State University Long Beach School of Business.
November 21, 2013 / 10:00 AM
At our 3rd annual Emerging LAN Technology Conference, Tellabs hosted an amazing group of early adopters, world-class distributors, value added partners, global integrators and future customers. All of us share a common interest in advancing the evolution of passive Optical LAN.
November 5, 2013 / 10:00 AM
Copper theft is a growing issue that is “sweeping the nation like an epidemic,” according to CNBC.
The growing $1 billion business of copper theft is showing no signs of slowing down. This is because stolen copper can be recycled at a high value. A precious metal, copper is traded on Commodities Exchange for $3 a pound. What makes the profits even more tempting is the demand for the metal for its number of uses – from antennas, heat and power to plumbing and electrical cabling.
October 24, 2013 / 10:00 AM
Welcome back to our Optical LAN myth-busting series. With 8 out of the 10 most common misperceptions already clarified, we’re nearing the end of our journey. Today’s installment will address Optical LAN’s design flexibility and troubleshooting capabilities.
Myth: Optical LAN lacks design flexibility and scalability
October 15, 2013 / 10:00 AM
The Fiber Optic Association (FOA) now offers a new training course and certification for Optical LAN. Calling Optical LAN "one of the fastest-growing applications in fiber optics," the FOA will train and certify network owners, IT managers, contractors and installers on Optical LAN.
October 3, 2013 / 10:00 AM
Over the last few months, we exposed the truth behind false claims that some copper-based LAN vendors made about Optical LAN. Welcome to the fourth installment of the series, in which I will debunk the myths about redundancy and capacity.
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