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EDUCATION: TRAINING, STANDARDS &

ASSOCIATIONS

Education in optical communications takes a variety of forms and comes from many sources. Training classes are an obvious way to keep abreast of new standards and practices. Associations often see education of their memberships as an important part of their mandates. Regardless of the educational source, keeping up with the latest standards is crucial to success.

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CESNET tests 400G optical transmission with Alcatel-Lucent

06/25/2015 CESNET, a national research and education network (NREN) infrastructure provider in the Czech Republic, has comp...

Internet2 deploys ONOS SDN operating system

06/16/2015 Internet2, through the Internet2 NOC at Indiana University, has deployed the Open Network Operating System (ONOS...

Open Internet net neutrality rules go into effect

06/12/2015 The Federal Communications Commission's (FCC's) most recent iteration of its Open Internet net neutrality rules ...

OIF finishes thermal interface spec for pluggable optical transceivers

06/11/2015 The Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) says its members have completed work on a new implementation agreement t...

UNINETT brings 100G optical network to the Arctic

06/08/2015 UNINETT, a non-profit that supplies telecom and data communications services to Norwegian universities and resea...

ONOS offers Cardinal, third release of SDN open operating system

06/04/2015 The Open Network Operating System (ONOS) community has released the third version of its open software-defined n...

IEEE P802.3bs Task Force adopts serial 100G for 400 Gigabit Ethernet

06/02/2015 Members of the IEEE P802.3bs Task Force agreed during the recent IEEE 802.1/IEEE 802.3 Joint Interim Meeting to ...

Consolidated Electric Cooperative offers gigabit broadband in Ohio

06/01/2015 Ohio utility Consolidated Electric Cooperative, a Touchstone Energy Cooperative, has begun to roll out gigabit b...

IEEE ponders WDM-PON, 25G PON for next generation EPON

05/28/2015 The IEEE has released the results of an investigation into the necessity and potential requirements for EPON sys...

The journey to 400 Gigabit Ethernet

05/26/2015 For the past year, the development of 400 Gigabit Ethernet (400GbE) has been underway in the IEEE 802.3 Ethernet...

OIF finishes Transport SDN Framework document

05/18/2015 The Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) has published "Framework for Transport SDN: Components and APIs,&qu...

UK regulator Ofcom wants BT to offer dark fiber

05/18/2015 Ofcom, the UK telecommunications regulatory authority, proposed May 15 that BT offer competitors access to its f...

MEF stretches Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certification to 100G

05/14/2015 The MEF says it can now certify systems operating at 100 Gbps within its Carrier Ethernet 2.0 Certification Prog...

OIF tackles integrated photonics projects, publishes 100G IAs

05/07/2015 The Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) continued to keep a number of project plates spinning at its quarterly m...

Blackboard interconnects data centers with Infinera Cloud Xpress

04/17/2015 Education technology company Blackboard is using the Cloud Xpress platform from Infinera (NASDAQ:INFN) in a data...

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