I have some exciting news to share about Tellabs' future. On Tuesday, Marlin Equity Partners completed its acquisition of Tellabs. Marlin’s news release is available here.
Recognizing the changing role of a library in the Internet Age, San Diego has built a new Central Library that’s ready for whatever the future brings. Since most information arrives electronically, rather than in printed form, high-bandwidth Internet and data connections are vital for libraries to serve patrons fully.
In an earlier blog, I explained that MEF CE 2.0 will accelerate the maturing of wholesale Ethernet market. As service providers rush in to align their Ethernet service offerings with the new CE 2.0 standard, many are beginning to ask the following question: what technology should I choose to transport these services?
It’s fascinating to see that, even with the dramatic growth in network bandwidth across the globe, service providers are still grappling with network capacity constraints. That’s because of a lack of strong service definitions for Ethernet services, a cost-effective transport option for enterprise and residential customers, and the immaturity of the wholesale Ethernet market.
At our 3rd annual Emerging LAN Technology Conference, Tellabs hosted an amazing group of early adopters, world-class distributors, value added partners, global integrators and future customers. All of us share a common interest in advancing the evolution of passive Optical LAN.
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