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How 3 technology advancements provide new options for scaling your optical network

To meet growing bandwidth demands, network providers do not always have the option to acquire or turn-up new fiber resources.

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5 tips to scale your network, not your complexity in 2020 and beyond

For years, increasing your capacity to meet growing demand meant adding more and bigger hardware-based platforms to your infrastructure as you needed them. Eventually, this creates a complexity that’s no longer economically sustainable.

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Spotlight on 5G midhaul networks

In the second part of Brian Lavallée’s series on xHaul networks, he takes a look at midhaul networks, what they are, and how they’ll evolve to support 5G networks.

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With great fiber count comes great responsibility

Spatial Division Multiplexing (SDM) cables are a key focus area for submarine network innovation in 2020.

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How to get TDM migration going for your government network

Keeping critical systems running on TDM technology while planning a move to modern infrastructure can be a delicate balancing act. Now you can move to that new network and also keep those legacy components running—all with a single set of technology.

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Want to simplify and automate your Department of Transportation MPLS network? Try Segment Routing.

As intelligent transportation technologies evolve in sophistication to improve safety and reduce congestion, Ciena’s Daniele Loffreda explains how the network that connects thousands of these digital devices must also evolve.

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Planning for 5G Success: A Tale of Two Operators

The industry is moving forward with 5G deployments, motivated by differentiated service offerings.

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