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    • Field Testing Single Mode Fiber to support 100Gig and beyond for Campus and Data
      Field Testing Single Mode Fiber to support 100Gig and beyond for Campus and Data Jim Davis, Fluke Networks Recorded: May 8 2018 3:00 pm UTC 72 mins
    • This presentation will look at some of the requirements for field testing Single Mode fiber to make sure it will support the new applications you are planning to run on it. Starting with inspection and cleaning it will answer many of those little questions, “can I use that click pen from UPC multimode connectors on APC connectors?, How do I inspect APC connectors?”

      From there the presentation will move on to the calculation of a loss budget, what is the correct budget, and what wavelengths should be tested. We will look at the best practices in Tier I loss testing to assure the minimum of uncertainty in our test results. The presentation will explain how this can be done for both single connectors such as LC and SC as well as MPO connections.

      Finally, we will look at troubleshooting the fiber using an OTDR and give an introduction to the identification of common events in Single Mode OTDR traces.

      Attendees will earn 1 BICSI CEC

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    • Packet Buffers: Best Practices for A Buff Network
      Packet Buffers: Best Practices for A Buff Network JR Rivers, Cumulus Networks Co-founder and CTO Recorded: May 14 2017 3:40 pm UTC 75 mins
    • Packet buffer memory is among the oldest topics in networking, and yet it never seems to fade in popularity. Starting from the days of buffers sized by the bandwidth delay product to what is now called "buffer bloat", from the days of 10Mbps to 100Gbps, the discussion around how deep should the buffers be never ceases to evoke opinionated responses.

      In this webinar we are joined by JR Rivers, co-founder and CTO of Cumulus Networks, who has designed many ultra-successful switching chips, switch products, and compute platforms, to discuss the innards of buffering. This webinar will cover data path theory, tools to evaluate network data path behavior, and the configuration variations that affect application visible outcomes.

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    • Las mejores prácticas para el mantenimiento de redes de alta velocidad
      Las mejores prácticas para el mantenimiento de redes de alta velocidad Jesus Resendiz, Applications Engineer, EXFO Recorded: Mar 4 2015 4:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    • Sinopsis
      Cada vez son más las portadoras que actualmente realizan despliegues de tecnología de 100 Gbps. Estos seminarios web le brindarán una descripción general de la tecnología, examinarán los problemas potenciales y los desafíos que pueden surgir durante la fase de instalación, y brindarán herramientas clave para la solución de problemas a fin de asistir en la identificación y la individualización de los problemas de red.

      ¿Quiénes deben asistir?
      Este curso está destinado al personal técnico y de soporte involucrado en la planificación, despliegue y solución de problemas, de redes de
      transporte y Ethernet

      Objetivos del seminario:
      Estos seminarios web le brindarán a los participantes conocimientos más profundos sobre las siguientes áreas:
      › Arquitectura de red y la funcionalidad de dispositivos de red OTN y Ethernet de 40/100G de alta velocidad
      › Comprensión de los diferentes tipos de interfaces ópticas (es decir, CFP, CFP2 y CFP4)
      › La localización de un paquete Ethernet dentro de una red OTN para 40G y 100G puede presentar algunos desafíos. Qué es aquello que requiere de pruebas...
      › Cuáles son las herramientas y pruebas clave que pueden ayudar a identificar dónde se encuentra el problema

      i.Temas: simplifique la solución de problemas en redes de alta velocidad
      1.Validación de OTN y Ethernet
      ii.Solución de problemas de CFP: de qué manera una herramienta como la verificación de estado de CFP puede ayudarme.
      iii.Detecte y resuelva problemas rápidamente

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    • Mejores prácticas para la activación de redes de alta velocidad – capa de transp
      Mejores prácticas para la activación de redes de alta velocidad – capa de transp Edgar Fragoso del Carmen, Technical Support Engineer, EXFO Recorded: Feb 25 2015 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Sinopsis
      Cada vez son más las operadoras que actualmente realizan despliegues de tecnología de 100 Gbps. Este seminario web le brindará una descripción general de la tecnología, examinarán los problemas potenciales y los desafíos que pueden surgir durante la fase de instalación, y brindarán herramientas clave para la solución de problemas a fin de asistir en la identificación y la individualización de los problemas de red.

      ¿Quiénes deben asistir?
      Este curso está destinado al personal técnico y de soporte involucrado en la planificación, despliegue y solución de problemas, de redes de transporte y Ethernet

      Objetivos del seminario:
      Esto seminario web le brindarán a los participantes conocimientos más profundos sobre las siguientes áreas:
      › Arquitectura de red y la funcionalidad de dispositivos OTN y Ethernet de 40/100G de alta velocidad
      › Comprensión de los diferentes tipos de interfaces ópticas (es decir, CFP, CFP2 y CFP4)
      › La localización de un paquete Ethernet dentro de una red OTN para 40G y 100G puede presentar algunos desafíos. Qué es lo que requiere probarse?…
      › Cuáles son las herramientas y pruebas clave que pueden ayudar a identificar dónde se encuentra el problema

      Seminario web: “Las mejores prácticas para la instalación de redes de alta velocidad – capa de transporte”
      i.Descripción general de OTN y Ethernet de alta velocidad
      1.El trasfondo de la interfaz paralela de alta velocidad: pistas PCS y lógicas, distorsión, marcadores, etc.
      2.EoOTN: localización de señales de clientes de 40GE y 100GE dentro de una red OTN
      ii.Temas: romper con los mitos de los diferentes tipos de interfaces ópticas de alta velocidad: CFP, CFP2 y CF4
      iii.De qué manera instalar y activar con éxito redes de 100G

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    • Re-Introducing Ethernet Networked Storage
      Re-Introducing Ethernet Networked Storage Rob Davis, Mellanox, Fred Zhang, Intel Recorded: Aug 4 2016 5:00 pm UTC 39 mins
    • Ethernet technology had been a proven standard for over 30 years and there are many networked storage solutions based on Ethernet. While storage devices are evolving rapidly with new standards and specifications, Ethernet is moving towards higher speeds as well: 10Gbps, 25Gbps, 50Gbps and 100Gbps….making it time to re-introduce Ethernet Networked Storage.

      This live Webcast will start by providing a solid foundation on Ethernet networked storage and move to the latest advancements, challenges, use cases and benefits. You’ll hear:

      •The evolution of storage devices - spinning media to NVM
      •New standards: NVMe and NVMe over Fabric
      •A retrospect of traditional networked storage including SAN and NAS
      •How new storage devices and new standards would impact Ethernet networked storage
      •Ethernet based software-defined storage and the hyper-converged model
      •A look ahead at new Ethernet technologies optimized for networked storage in the future

      After you watch the webcast, check out the Q&A blog http://sniaesfblog.org/?p=577

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    • Going the Distance: Innovative Ways to Extend Your Network
      Going the Distance: Innovative Ways to Extend Your Network Teresa Hoffman, Fiber Product Business Manager Recorded: Jun 26 2018 6:00 pm UTC 28 mins
    • According to the Cisco VNI forecast, global IP traffic is expected to nearly triple between the years 2015 and 2020. Advancements in wireless and A/V technologies are also driving up the demand for bandwidth. As buildings become more connected and more intelligent, the amount of data flowing through your network will continue to increase exponentially. Installing Cat 6A solves the bandwidth challenge in the horizontal. But what about the fiber backbone that needs to support all of those additional 10Gbps drops? And how about wireless access points or security cameras that you need to connect and power out in the parking garage that far exceed the 100 meter distance limitation? This 30-minute webinar will present several solutions for maintaining the reach you need for maximum performance while supporting an ever-increasing amount of bandwidth over your network.

      Attend this webinar if you want to learn about:
      - The evolution of the fiber backbone
      - Wireless requirements for up to 40G in new construction
      - The distances you can reach with different multimode fibers
      - A unique Berk-Tek solution for indoor/outdoor applications

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    • Re-imagining Networks - NFWare’s High-Performance Virtual Networking Solutions
      Re-imagining Networks - NFWare’s High-Performance Virtual Networking Solutions Alexander Britkin, CEO, NFWare; Alexandra Yartseva, CMO, NFWare Recorded: Dec 5 2017 4:00 pm UTC 35 mins
    • One of the main aims of the NFV-concept is to replace dedicated proprietary network hardware with flexible and scalable software-based solutions. However, all but one of today’s VNF solutions demonstrate benefits in terms of flexibility and scalability, but not the levels of performance that the industry demands.

      NFWare, an innovative network software vendor, has risen to meet the challenge by developing virtual networking products to provide hardware-like performance alongside all the benefits of a virtual solutions. NFWare’s product line includes three products: vCGNAT (up to 200 Gbps per VM), vADC (up to 40M CPS per VM) and vURL-Filtering (up to 20M CPS and 100M concurrent sessions per VM).

      At the webinar, NFWare will tell more about technologies that allowed to achieve outstanding performance levels, as well as discussing what this new technology means for an industry that is always in search of faster, better ways of working.

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