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For today’s utility companies, reliability is key but they don’t have a crystal ball telling them how reliable their networks are. How can big data help to give this visibility to make sure their customers’ lights are always on? Learn how with
The utility industry is undergoing a comprehensive transformation as it modernizes to a more efficient and smarter grid. Because of this, utility companies are facing increasingly daunting challenges when it comes to managing multi-vendor,
One of the nation’s largest electricity generators replaces SONET technology with modern, easy-to-manage infrastructure designed to provide reliable performance for years to come.
What are the top considerations when it comes to utilities building a packet-optical network? Ciena's Mitch SImcoe serves up the top ten.
Building advanced utility communications networks requires a solution with superior performance that spans both fiber and microwave to meet the wide variability in terrain while improving overall cost and reliability. In today’s blog, Ciena’s Mitch
Avoiding power outages requires a solution ultra low latency and failover performance. Ciena has partnered with a best in class solution from Schweitzer Engineering Labs to address this specific challenge. Ciena's Mitch Simcoe explains.
Utility companies are facing increasingly daunting challenges when it comes to network reliability and maintaining legacy SONET/SDH infrastructure. However, with Ciena’s Advanced Analytics capabilities, the power to keep the lights on with big data
Many utility CIOs do not fully appreciate the fact that, once data leaves the substation or data center, it is basically outside of their control. Ciena's Mitch Simcoe details how in-flight data can be hacked and what you can do to protect it.
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