II-VI has developed an optical line system that fits inside a pluggable module. The advent of coherent pluggable modules implementing the 400ZR standard allows switches and routers to be linked across separate data centres. Now, with a pluggable optical line system, a dedicated line-system platform is no longer needed to send the 400ZR signals over a fibre.
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This week Arista announced it is extending its support for the open-source SONiC network operating system (NOS). SONiC is a Linux-based operating system developed by Microsoft—initially for Azure—but Microsoft put it into the open-source community to broaden its usefulness.
Operating An IP Broadcast Facility: Part 3 - At CBC’s New IP Broadcast Center, Communication Is Key April 29, 2020
CBC/Radio-Canada (CBC) is putting the finishing touches to a brand new all-IP broadcast facility that will provide virtually unlimited flexibility across multiple platforms to support highly efficient production and distribution workflows for its radio, TV and online programming.
Arista Bakes AI Into WiFi Software April 22, 2020
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How Arista Advanced Its Cognitive WiFi solution April 22, 2020
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Arista Cognitive Campus
Arista Cognitive Cloud Networking for the Campus takes a simplified approach to addressing campus network challenges compared to the siloed complexity of legacy solutions. Based on the same open cloud networking principles used to build modern cloud datacenters, Arista’s Cognitive Cloud Networking leverages EOS® and CloudVision®, extending the UCN architecture to the campus.