November 15, 2010
Technology demonstrations showcase innovations in 100G and distributed computing methods
LINTHICUM, Md., Nov. 15 -- Ciena Corporation, the network specialist, today announced details of its high-performance optical networking demonstrations at the SC Conference 2010 (SC10) in New Orleans, La., November 15-18. Ciena will highlight its innovations for high-capacity networks, while showcasing the real-world impact those advances bring to researchers and the broader population.
Several of Ciena's demonstrations at SC10 involve collaboration with some of the world's most renowned research institutions on leading technologies, including:
In addition, for the third year in a row, Ciena will be providing 100G optical infrastructure for SCinet, SC10's production quality network. SCinet delivers high-bandwidth connectivity to the show floor and through research and education networks worldwide.
Finally, Ciena will be participating in the SC10 Exhibitors Forum, where Rod Wilson, senior director for Ciena's external research program, will provide an overview of technologies driving advancement beyond 100G to Terabit networking. The presentation is Thursday, November 18 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Ciena (NASDAQ: CIEN) is the network specialist. The company collaborates with customers worldwide to unlock the strategic potential of their networks and fundamentally change the way they perform and compete. With focused innovation, Ciena brings together the reliability and capacity of optical networking with the flexibility and economics of Ethernet, unified by a software suite that delivers the industry's leading network automation. Ciena routinely post recent news, financial results and other important announcements and information about the company on its website. For more information, visit www.ciena.com.
Source: Ciena Corp.
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