Weekly roundup: Ciena network insights for Week of April 24
Celebrating 60 Years of Protecting Submarine Cables
How many times a day do you communicate with North America? Europe? Asia? South America? Whether it’s for business or personal reasons, if you’re emailing, web browsing, accessing social media, watching videos, playing games, or making banking transactions, it’s likely far more than you realize.
Packet Cable Landing Stations... Why Not?
So much has changed in our industry in the past decade, especially as it relates to packet-based statistical multiplexing overtaking Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) transport technologies such as Synchronous Optical Networking (SONET) and Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH).
3 R&E Network Innovations Changing Lives for the Greater Good
Ciena's Renee Reinke highlights three developing network innovations that are enabling the R&E community to make a meaningful impact by facilitating collaboration of students, educators and scientists across the globe to further education and research.
Don’t be Fooled: Utility Fiber Outside the Substation Isn’t as Safe as You Think
Many utility CIOs do not fully appreciate the fact that, once data leaves the substation or data center, it is basically outside of their control. Ciena's Mitch Simcoe details how in-flight data can be hacked and what you can do to protect it.
I Love Acronyms: COBRA
What does the acronym COBRA represent in telecommunications? Join the Ciena Community Acronyms challenge.
Share Your Experiences
Browse open questions in the Ciena Community to share your knowledge and experiences with peers to find a solution. Share your knowledge and experiences
What is a wet data center?
The term ‘wet data center’ refers to outfitting a data center in a waterproof capsule on the ocean floor.