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Today’s world is on. On the network. On devices. On demand for content that comes in myriad forms. Mobile apps, the Internet of Things (IoT), video streaming, online gaming, cloud options such as SaaS, IaaS, and other content services depend on high-performance networks.
To keep up with skyrocketing global demand for social networks and information, content providers must scale and automate their operations as much as possible to keep costs low and performance high. Addressing the dynamics of this growth, both inside and across the data center, is key to successfully navigating this new territory.
Combining the speed and performance of optical networks with the automation and virtualization of SDN and NFV, and advanced Multi-Domain Service Orchestration (MDSO)
Leveraging Data Center Interconnect (DCI) innovation to deliver ultra-high-bandwidth content distribution, regardless of distance
Simplifying and automating caching and IT application delivery
Whether it’s 25 billion or 75 billion things connected to the Internet by 2020, there’s no question that the IoT will generate huge amounts of data, changing the way business is conducted and how we go about our day-to-day tasks. IoT promises to improve the way we live, work, and play. Its progress will depend on data centers being able to keep up with demands.
According to Smart Insights’ research from January 2016, of the world’s population of roughly 7.4 billion people, nearly half (46 percent) use the Internet to access content and social networks.
Overall, the market for content delivery services is expanding by an estimated 30 percent per year. Providers vary nearly as much as the content they distribute. The organizations transporting content come in all shapes and sizes, from traditional media outlets to video streaming services and multinational online giants such as Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Google, serving consumers and enterprises alike.
What these companies have in common is a desire to deliver new and innovative online content services. In this web-scale world, networks play a crucial role in connecting data centers and enabling organizations to gain greater agility, scalability, and operational simplicity to keep pace with growing capacity and performance demands. At the same time, advances derived from the IoT and big data analytics also generate opportunities to grow new revenue streams.
Devices. On demand. Mobile-first. 4KTV. All of these create a huge strain on networks, as terabytes of data are transferred in real time. Bandwidth demand is exploding. How do content providers keep pace?
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Ciena's Susan Friedman covers the hot topics from last week's Content Delivery Summit in New York. Susan Friedman is part of Ciena’s campaign marketing team and is experienced in developing processes for change management.
At last week’s National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas, innovation was a consistent theme. Ciena’s Paulina Gomez highlights three trends from the show related to video transport innovation.
In this webinar, Ciena will share key insights on how other companies have begun this journey and provide examples of how to achieve the end-state of an Adaptive Network utilizing: Software control and automation, Analytics and intelligence et al.
As more and more traffic traverses between data centers and end users due to mega-trends like OTT and cloud computing, the data center and its location within the network has evolved.
Learn how content-driven MSOs can thrive in the anywhere, anytime ultra-high-definition video universe.
Ciena's Loudon Blair explains what virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality are in relation to each other, as well as the technical considerations that those hoping to create experiences for these platforms need to keep in mind.
This paper explains how the ability to securely deliver high-quality video makes peering connectivity an attractive alternative for online content distributors.
The optical network of tomorrow must be flexible enough to easily enable on-demand and customizable services, while also providing a path to delivering higher capacity at an ever-reducing cost-per-bit transported. To enable this vision to be
Data center providers are joining forces to meet their enterprise customers’ growing bandwidth and performance demands, especially requirements for high availability and secure information storage and resiliency. A Data Center Federation
To keep up with skyrocketing global demand for social networks and information, including everything from mobile data to high-definition video, content providers must scale and automate their operations as much as possible to keep costs low and
As the volume of video traffic continues to expand throughout MSO networks, the time has come to reconsider how these networks can best respond to changing technologies and consumer demand.
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