Weekly roundup | Ciena network insights | September 15, 2017
2017 marks Ciena's 25-year anniversary. Here's the story of how it all started back in 1992, with four founding members and a new idea for how to send more data over fiber.
Once just a technology for big service provider networks, Packet/OTN Switching is now making its way into Enterprise Metro networks. Ciena's Paulina Gomez explains why.
Ethernet is everyone’s favorite networking technology. Its ubiquity and popularity have pushed it outside the LAN and across almost all aspects of network infrastructure. When we started looking for a way to naturally extend the Ethernet protocol to provide WAN connectivity back in the early 2000s, the industry introduced Carrier Ethernet.
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Liquid Spectrum combines variable bit-rate coherent optics, a flexible grid reconfigurable photonic layer, and advanced SDN software applications in an open architecture to deliver improvements in automation, network capacity, and service availability from any given WDM investment.
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