Exclusive Webinar Series

400GbE Network Implementation
Practical strategies and tools to meet 400GbE challenges

400GbE is coming in 2019-2020—along with a host of challenges for data center operators. As you look to build out your 400GbE network infrastructures, trends already evolving with 100G will dramatically accelerate with 400GbE. But while there have been numerous “big picture” perspectives on the move to 400GbE, little has been said about the tools, designs and solutions that will be required to engineer the shift.

In this series of four live webinars, experts from CommScope and select strategic partners will explore critical topics relevant to 400GbE implementation, and provide practical recommendations, tools and solutions for optimizing your network’s physical layer for 400GbE

Session 1:

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In this session, experts from CommScope and Finisar will discuss the driving factors behind this change and which transmission media will become viable choices and where in 400GbE spine-leaf architectures.

Session 2:

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This session features experts from CommScope, OFS, Viavi, and IES Communications exploring 400GbE-ready densification strategies and challenges.

Session 3:

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In this session, CommScope, Aligned Energy, Digital Realty and NTI will discuss the various options for designing cable plants to accommodate a campus-style architecture and present a wide range of solutions.

Session 4:

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Experts from CommScope, Cable Exchange, Digital Realty, Finisar and OFS will provide a forward-looking view of 400GbE networks as well as discuss challenges related to 400GbE implementation strategies. 

This exclusive webinar series is presented free of charge, compliments of CommScope and the participating partners. Sign up to attend all four sessions or choose only the topics that interest you. After you submit the registration form, you will receive your login information by email from CommScope Webinars (check to ensure messages don’t go into your spam folder).