Ciena's Renee Reinke highlights three developing network innovations that are enabling the R&E community to make a meaningful impact by facilitating collaboration.
Ciena's Renee Reinke highlights three key trends in research enabled by supercomputing and the networks that connect them that will change our daily lives in the very near future.
Just because everyone has a golden ticket doesn’t mean that it’s going to be a smooth ride through the SDN chocolate factory.
The increasing demand for capacity is driving the need to build open, intelligent, physical infrastructure for R&E
Today’s government networks are often a combination of SONET, Ethernet, and IP infrastructure components, much of which is nearing the end of its lifespan. Add to that the fact that these networks are often a mix of disparate systems and hardware
The event will be hosted by our very own Rod Wilson, and the panel will include guests from ESnet, University of Amsterdam, Texas LEARN, as well as Ciena CTO, Steve Alexander.
A new survey of 180 public sector professionals from all levels of government highlights that while government agencies are well aware of the network modernization issues they face, static budgets and tightened resources have limited their ability
Many R&E networks are at the forefront of SDN deployments, but now risk replacing hardware silos with software silos via a multi-SDN controller environment.
The Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) certification for our layer 2 Ethernet access and aggregation solutions gives DoD buyers a new choice for Ethernet services.
With the government’s focus turning to cybersecurity, SDN is quickly becoming the best way for defense and intelligence organizations to provide the security needed in the cyber age.
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