(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!

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.

Registration is Closed.

*Terms & Conditions: While supplies last. This offer is void when prohibited. The winner is responsible for complying with all the laws including tax laws, as well as any policies of his employer regarding gifts and prizes. Federal state, and local governments and hospitals, including their employees and representatives, are not eligible to participate. Taxes, if any, are under the sole responsibility of the recipient of the gift.