Tellabs to Showcase at AFCEA TechNet Cyber

by | May 28, 2024 | Event

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We’re excited to announce that our defense network experts will be at the AFCEA Technet Cyber conference, June 25 – 27, held at the Baltimore Convention Center. This flagship AFCEA event unites policy makers, strategic architects, operations and C2 experts, along with joint capabilities, to address global security challenges and effectively operate in a digital environment.

Located at Booth #3318, we’ll feature our latest advancements in mission-critical Passive Optical Networking (PON) technology, designed to enhance your network’s cyber superiority through improved security, efficiency and scalability of network infrastructures. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with Tellabs’ experts to explore how PON allows network operators to focus on emerging critical cyber requirements vs traditional network layer 2 infrastructure and reduce network vulnerabilities.

Highlights at Tellabs Booth #3318:

  • Demonstrations of PON Solutions: Experience the power and flexibility of Tellabs’ Optical LAN, a highly reliable and secure network infrastructure solution tailored specifically for government and defense applications for improved cyber resiliency.
  • Expert Consultations: Meet with Tellabs’ team of specialists to discuss tailored solutions for specific security needs and explore the benefits of PON’s enhanced cybersecurity and network efficiencies. Learn directly from defense network professionals how PON is inherently Software Defined and adheres to Zero Trust Principles.
  • Product Displays: Explore Tellabs products and discover the real-world applications and advantages of Tellabs Optical LAN technology across diverse operational settings. Trusted and utilized in numerous DoD installations, this technology is endorsed in key documents such as the DoD Digital Modernization Strategy, DoD UFC, JITC, UC APL, as well as meeting BICSI and TIA standards.

Attendees will also join discussions led by U.S. Cyber Command, DISA, the DoD CIO and various industry and academic partners, all focused on providing solutions for this vital, no-fail mission.

Additional PON Facts:

  • Optical networks offer the DOD better security — 320:1 fewer devices to STIG
  • Simplified operations with a 6:1 support staff reduction – allowing this staff to focus on additional mission critical needs
  • Environmental contributions: 60%+ reduction in embodied carbon, integrating network security with sustainable green technology
  • Cost reduction of up to 20-60% over traditional copper networks

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Tom Parisi
Tom Parisi
VP Federal Sales