Date: Thursday, March 31, 2016
Time: 8am PDT / 11am EDT / 4pm BST
Networks are being re-architected to support new connectivity requirements driven by web-scale applications such as streaming video, cloud services, and virtualized, software-based services.
In particular, content is shifting closer to the metro to address the insatiable demand for personalized content that can be accessed by end-users from any location, on their schedule. With content growing roughly 40% year over year, there’s a real need for a scalable, next-generation platform to efficiently distribute massive traffic capacities and perform effectively in a modernized control and operations environment.
Join Ciena’s Paul Littlewood, Senior Director, CTO office, and Helen Xenos, Director, Product Marketing, as they provide insights into network architecture evolution to meet web-scale content distribution requirements. They’ll describe how the recently announced 6500 T-Series can help operators scale from a capacity, photonic-switching, and operational perspective to meet web-scale demands today and for years to come.