Pursuing the Future Networks for NTT Services with World Leading R&D.
NTT Network Innovation Laboratories realizes services and a society that were impossible until now, using communication capacity enhancement technology.
This lab innovates through global collaboration and leadership in order to develop new "network" value with advanced communication and information processing technologies.
This lab is engaged in research and development on communication systems for 21st century network systems such as high–capacity, ultra–high–speed networks, next–generation wireless systems, and photonic networks.
High–capacity scalable optical transport
The Innovative Photonic Network Center (IPC) aims to establish the following four fundabmental technologies toward a scalable petabit-class optical transport network that can accommodate future increases in traffic driven by the expansion of cloud services and spread of smartphones.
Distinguished Researchers：Munehiko Nagatani
Research on extreme–broadband analog IC technology
We will explore novel extreme-broadband analog IC technologies for communications and emerging applications.
Distinguished Researchers：Doohwan Lee
Orbital angular momentum (OAM) multiplexing transmission for terabit–class wireless communication
I am working on OAM multiplexing transmission technology that utilizes Orbital Angular Momentum (OAM) of electromagnetic waves with the aim of developing innovative wireless communication technology that will realize the next generation of 5G. As of now, I have achieved world leading results using 28 GHz frequency band with 2 GHz bandwidth collaborating with team members. I am carrying research forward to achieve terabit–class wireless communication.