(Live) Data Center Virtual Class
6 Classes to Participate

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Since Corning invented the low-loss optical fiber in the 1970s, we have been actively engaging the community to share technology trends and industry best practices.

In an effort to continue education and training in this new learning environment, we have assembled a global team of experts to offer a complimentary six-part Live Webinar Series on “Staying Connected with the Data Center.” Keeping you in mind, there is a topic for everyone at every level, ranging from the basics of fiber optics, to network monitoring techniques and advanced data center applications.

This series aims to provide quality training in the latest applications and solutions in the Data Center world, while also sharing best practices to make better informed decisions on meeting bandwidth requirements both now and in the future.

As data center operators race to keep up with demands for higher networking speeds & bandwidth, the need to adopt a robust optical cabling infrastructure strategy becomes imperative, to seamlessly scale from 10G to 400G. But what does the technology roadmap look like for optical transceivers, and what considerations should data center infrastructure professionals keep in mind to enable this evolution?

Join us by attending any or all of the six webinars to get your queries answered!

In addition, you may be one of the lucky winners of a USD $100 Amazon gift card.
A total of 6x gift cards to be WON. *Terms & Conditions applied.

Stay Connected with Corning and sign up today!

Commencing from:
22 May – June/July – 6 August 2020

All session will start based on the following APAC timezone:
9 am (GMT +8) |11 am (GMT +10)

Duration: 60 mins (Including Q&A)

*BICSI Continuing Education Credits (CECs) will be issued after attending the webinar.

Upcoming Classes for June / July / August

Register for the webinar by completing the form below.

You may register for more than one session by checking on the checkbox next to the session name.

Thank you for your registration!

You will receive the webinar login details once your registration is confirmed.

For further enquiry, please contact Yong Xin (yawy@corning.com)

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Past Webinars

Understanding Fiber Optics, Back to Basics

In this Webinar, you will learn about the construction of optical fiber and how fiber transmits data as pulses of light.  Also discussed will be how to choose the right fiber for your organization’s network architecture, to optimize the reliability and performance of the network, both for today and for tomorrow’s emerging applications.

You may access the on-demand webinar now.

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Road Map to 400G

By: David Hessong

The appeal of 400G Ethernet is clear:  Bandwidth demand continues to grow, fueled by new Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning applications. We’ll discuss these applications, faster CPUs, server-less compute and distributed flash storage. 

This series will discuss Learning applications, faster CPUs, server-less compute and distributed flash storage.  Upgrading datacenters from 100G to 400G provides the simplest, lowest power and most cost-effective way to continue to scale network performance.

400G Ethernet also introduces a number of new technologies that include:

  • New optics media types, such as 400G-DR4, 400G-FR4, 400G-SR8 and 400G-2FR4
  • A choice of two different form-factors: the OSFP and QSFP-DD
  • New fiber-plant choices – as well as options to re-use existing fiber
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Port Breakout

By: Nilson Gabela

This series will provide an overview of port breakout, defined as taking a parallel port and breaking it down to a lower speed port in the cabling (40G- 10G, etc.), and its implications on structured cabling. 

We will also cover a new trend of certain customers wanting to break out transceiver ports at the transceiver interface and not in the structured cabling.  This trend is leading the industry to evaluate new smaller form factor connectors.  We will introduce the proposed new connector designs and discuss the applications where they will potentially be used.

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