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According to research by Nasuni, there is over 1 Exabyte of data currently stored in the cloud. Okay if you are not familiar with Exabyte that equates to 1,073,741,824 Gigabytes of data. And this number is growing exponentially every day.
Technology has evolved almost immeasurably in the past several decades. To access the tremendous amounts data we need fiber networks that can carry Terabits—one trillion bits per second. That is an enormous amount of information passing at the speed of light through this one strand of fiber the size of a human hair.
Today with applications such as iTunes, Netflix, Hulu and others and cloud computing/hosted servers, backup and storage, Microsoft CRM, hosted private branch exchanges (PBXs), web analysis tools and web hosting are driving enormous growth in data center server deployments. Data centers are offering rates at DS1, DS3, 5 Mbits/sec, 10 Mbits/sec, 20 Mbits/sec and up to an OC3, all connecting to the outside world via 10-Gbit Ethernet or 100-Gbit Ethernet connections from multiple providers. To alleviate risk, the data center architecture is evolving away from the previous copper DS1 and DS3 panels, to fiber panels with multiple connections to the client and to the cloud for redundancy.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
FiberOptic.com brings Master Fiber Optic Training to five more cities this year
Starting with the July training in Orlando, we will now be offering the TR-MFOT Master Fiber Optic Technician course in select venues outside our Main Campus in Pennsylvania.
Here are the dates for the upcoming classes:
July 27, 2015 – July 31, 2015 Orlando, Florida
September 20, 2015 – September 24, 2015 Dubai, UAE
September 28, 2015 – October 2, 2015 Dallas, Texas
October 5, 2015 – October 9, 2015 Las Vegas, Nevada
November 23, 2015 – November 27, 2015 Cape Town, South Africa
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Monday, March 2, 2015