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Network operators cannot continue building packet networks in the same traditional manner and be able to support new and emerging high-growth applications. Ciena’s Scott McFeely explains how new significant enhancements to Ciena’s Packet Networking
Evolutionize Your Packet Network from Access to Metro offers a practical overview on how network operators can modernize support for legacy TDM services while addressing current and emerging packet-based business opportunities—all in a simpler,
Ciena’s 6500 Packet Transport System (PTS) addresses the growing need to maintain profitable delivery of TDM services while future-proofing investments to an all-packet network modernization. In this video Chris Brown will show you how the
Investor-Owned (IO) utilities have a networking challenge and opportunity. They must evolve away from their outdated TDM networks, which are no longer sustainable, and migrate to modern systems that use packet-networking technologies. Fortunately,
Service providers have a networking challenge and opportunity. They must evolve away from their outdated TDM networks, which are no longer sustainable, and migrate to modern systems that use packet-networking technologies. Fortunately, the
Ciena’s 5170 Service Aggregation Platform addresses the increasing need for high-bandwidth services at the edge of the network. Capable of delivering up to 100GbE to enterprises, mobile backhaul sites, and data center interconnect applications, the
Telecom Infra Project (TIP) has recently started an E2E slicing Working Group to investigate models and mechanisms to demonstrate E2E network slicing at scale in real world scenarios. Ciena’s Raghu Ranganathan, explains more about this use case and
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