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    • Introducing Fibre Channel NVMe
      Introducing Fibre Channel NVMe Craig Carlson, FCIA Board of Directors, Cavium, J Metz, FCIA Board of Directors, Cisco Recorded: Feb 16 2017 7:00 pm UTC 58 mins
    • NVMe is one of the most interesting new developments to happen to storage in the past several years, and NVMe over Fabrics extends these capabilities over a Storage Area Network. Given that 80% of all existing Flash storage solutions deployed are interconnected with Fibre Channel (FC), many questions have arisen about what it is, how it works, and why someone might want to consider using Fibre Channel for NVMe-based solutions.

      In this technical webinar, we’re going to be addressing some of these fundamental questions:

      - How does Fibre Channel and NVMe work together?
      - How is NVMe over Fabrics different from “traditional” Fibre Channel?
      - What changes do I have to make to my Fibre Channel environment in order to get NVMe over Fabrics to work?
      - What would an NVMe over Fibre Channel (FC-NVMe) architecture look like?
      - What advantages would I get using Fibre Channel in an NVMe solution?

      Check out this live webinar to learn more about this exciting new technology from the people who are developing it.

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    • How to Use the Fibre Channel Speedmap
      How to Use the Fibre Channel Speedmap Dave Alexander, Tony Bourke Upcoming: Apr 6 2017 6:00 pm UTC 75 mins
    • Fibre Channel is the most well known dedicated storage networking protocol in use in data centers today, and is considered the gold standard for storage in terms of availability, reliability, and scalability. However, it does require some specific design and planning requirements. For that, storage administrators use the Fibre Channel Speedmap in order to plan.

      In this webcast, you will learn how to use the Fibre Channel Speedmap, what the numbers mean, and why its useful:

      - Why do storage administrators use the Speedmap?
      - What’s the difference between throughput, bandwidth, baud rates, and speed?
      - Why does this matter for Fibre Channel and not, say, Ethernet?

      This live webcast will be useful for anyone who wants to separate the wheat from the chaff when it comes to “speeds and feeds,” and make sense of the numbers.

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    • How to Build a Perfect Setup & Business Model for Fibre Connectivity & Services
      How to Build a Perfect Setup & Business Model for Fibre Connectivity & Services Simon Osborne/Comptel, Dean Ramsay/Analysys Mason, James Wheatley/GE Energy Connections Recorded: Apr 29 2016 1:00 pm UTC 46 mins
    • As a response to the never-ending bandwidth demand, CSPs are constantly enhancing their networks. Fiber brings superior transport capacity and quality compared to the other broadband media and has therefore become commonplace for CSPs.

      This is the first in a series of ‘Winning with Fibre’ webinars. Get a comprehensive outlook on the fibre market and learn how it builds a perfect business opportunity for CSPs. You will gain multiple viewpoints of and hands-on experiences on the topic in the course of the series.

      In this joint webinar with Comptel, Analysys Mason and GE Energy Connections, we will discuss the following topics:
      -Dean Ramsay, Senior Analyst from Analysys Mason, outlines the fiber market and services as well as how it opens great business avenues for CPS
      -James Wheatley, Product Line Manager from GE Energy Connections, shares experiences and lessons learnt from the global CSP market relating to the management of the physical fibre network across the entire plan, design, build, operate and maintain lifecycle
      -Simon Osborne, CTO of Comptel Service Orchestration, explains the key principles in the service delivery processes with which CSPs can run healthy business both today and in the future

      Sign up now to get a broad view on broadband!

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    • Réseaux de fibre optique : clients satisfaits et dépenses d’exploitation réduite
      Réseaux de fibre optique : clients satisfaits et dépenses d’exploitation réduite Gwenn Amice, Ingénieur en applications principal, EXFO Recorded: Dec 11 2014 2:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    • Dans un marché extrêmement concurrentiel, où il faut lutter pour conserver sa clientèle, les fournisseurs de services doivent maintenir un haut niveau de service et assurer une fiabilité optimale de leur réseau avec un budget de plus en plus restreint.

      Outre la négociation quotidienne des meilleurs prix pour les fibres/câbles, l'infrastructure, les équipements de transmission et instruments de test, la résolution des faiblesses du réseau reste encore le meilleur moyen de réduire les coûts de fonctionnement.

      Ce webinaire de 60 minutes expose les différences entre un réseau de piètre qualité et un réseau fiable et efficace. Plus important encore, il vous présente la façon d'optimiser l'efficacité de votre propre réseau.

      Les sujets abordés dans ce webinaire comprennent :
      •Le talon d'Achille des fibres optiques : les mauvaises connexions
      •Un réseau perturbé n'est pas un bon réseau : découvrez comment détecter les macro-courbures avant qu'elles ne nuisent aux services
      •Les fondements d’un réseau de qualité : la gestion de dispersion pour préparer votre réseau à supporter les hauts débits
      •Les coupures de fibre peuvent se produire : comment pouvez-vous réagir rapidement et idéalement avant la perte totale de service
      •La recherche de marge de fonctionnement : optimisez les rapports signal à bruit optique pour gagner quelques dB supplémentaires qui feront la différence

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