Friday, December 12, 2014

FiberOptic.com Presents
A new series of webinars:
Understanding Network Challenges from 1G to 100G
 
Understanding Network Challenges

What's it all about?
The massive growth of the internet demand has consistently driven technologies to scale at extreme rates of bandwidth. Throughout this series we will cover a broad spectrum of transport technologies, solutions and equipment used in today’s networks from the physical layer to the network layer that address modern growth requirements. We will take a look into many of the challenges faced with scaling a network as well as building it from the ground up. This series is designed for: Network Technicians, Fiber Plant Managers, Outside Plant Managers, Network Architects, Network Design Engineers, Network Consultants, Network Managers, Presales Engineers, and Consultants who design, deploy, troubleshoot and operate optical networks.
 
Find the Solution that Works for You

Not all networks are created equally
Where is your data going? Throughout an office building? Across 1000km? How much data are you trying to transfer? Will you need to scale your network? The factors that dictate your network are unique to your network objectives. During this webinar series you will learn about the different network solutions for a variety of situations and the types of equipment implemented in fiber optic networks. 

 
Join Us on December 18, 2014 at 3PM EST for the Introduction to the Series

Register to Join the Introduction Webinar 
Date:
Thursday
December 18, 2014

Time:
3:00 - 3:30 PM
Eastern Standard Time
 Registration Fee:
FREE to Attend

REGISTER

 
 
Stay Tuned for Upcoming Webinar Dates

We've got an entire series lined up for you - Coming in 2015!
Topics will include SCADA, CPRI, DWDM and CDWM technology, Can you Hack Fiber, an overview of MPLS vs. Carrier Ethernet, and Protected Wave vs. Diverse Wave. We are looking for suggestions of what YOU would like to see featured as a topic and will do our best to answer questions as we cover the material. If there is something you would like to see please email us at training@fiberoptic.com. We are very excited for the kickoff of this series and are looking forward to speaking with everyone next week!


 
       
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