Ribbon Tech Talk Webinar Series!
- IP Optical Architectures for Rural America (Watch Replay »)
- Tuesday, 8/16 - DWDM Demystified
- Monday, 8/29 - IP & Ethernet Strategies for Rural Offerings
- Tuesday, 9/13 - DWDM, Switching, Routing: Where and why?
- Tuesday, 9/27 - Network OA&M or How do I manage this?
Join us for one or all of our Tech Talk Webinar topics coming this August through September! Register once and you're signed up for them all - Details below!
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Jack Breeding, Ribbon's Business Unit Leader for Rural Markets will share his 15+ years of experience operating, designing, and improving communications networks for Telecoms and Utelcos and discuss the challenges, features, benefits, and more of the above industry topics. See below for topic details!
IP Optical Architectures for Rural America
In the world of Broadband, there have never been greater technology options or a better opportunity for cost-efficient design. Spanning the traditional silos of access, transport, and IP routing, today’s broadband networks are capable of multi-layer and multi-service traffic delivery. Watch the Replay!
Monday, 08/29 - 11am EDT
IP & Ethernet Strategies for Rural Offerings
Can a ‘transport’ network be built using only Layer 2 or Layer 3 solutions? More importantly, can it be done ‘cost-effectively’?
Tuesday, 09/27 - 11am EDT
Network OA&M or How do I manage this?
Rural Providers are often asked to do more with less. Operational budgets are cut or kept flat, yet the network keeps growing. We will look at how Automation, Orchestration, and an Open Management approach may be the answer.
Tuesday, 08/16 - 11am EDT
DWDM or Dense Wave Division Multiplexing technology has been successfully deployed for years. While it is a mature science, recent breakthroughs are yielding products that can easily handle today’s requirements while strategically positioning providers to support advanced future services.
Tuesday, 09/13 - 11am EDT
DWDM, Switching, Routing: Where and why?
Multiple technologies are capable of moving data quickly and efficiently across a network. When faced with a decision between Apples, Oranges, and Bananas - Which one is right for you?