Weekly roundup | Ciena network Insights | September 4, 2020
Ciena’s Helen Xenos had a front row seat as TELUS and Ciena turned up the first single-wavelength 800G in Canada across TELUS’s network, and at a record-breaking distance.
To provide a more reliable service to connect Asia with the rest of the world, Malaysia’s leading internet service provider upgrades its network with Blue Planet software.
If you have been following Ciena, you know 800G adoption is underway. With that comes a lot of interest and questions. Ciena’s Helen Xenos sat down to share insights from our initial 800G customer deployments to help you understand the facts.
Service providers in the Asia-Pacific region are facing aggressive new challenges as demands for connectivity reach new levels.
Ciena’s submarine networking expert Brian Lavallée discusses how the move towards Edge Cloud will affect submarine networks and how traffic patterns will change as end-users, humans and machines, increasingly require storage and compute closer to where it's consumed – at the network edge.
Our thriving digital economy requires a variety of networks to ensure consumers have access to high-quality content with no delay and many providers are turning to the reliability of submarine networks and the colocation conveniences of data centers.
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