Community Happenings: Optical Back-To-School Webinar Series, 6500, FSB & More

Blog Post created by hausmus Employee on Sep 25, 2017

Here is your guide to what happened around the community last week and what to look out for as we start the last week of September.


If you haven’t enrolled yet, there is still time to enroll for Optical Back-To-School Webinar Series. It starts tomorrow, Tuesday, September 26th, at 11:00 AM ET with "Graduate to a Next-Gen Network with OTN" and Paulina GomezEnroll today. 



Hello and Welcome

Hello and welcome to our newest members! Welcome:   Jeremy L Burhans, Brian Cunningham, Zack Diamond-Phillips, Taryn Edgejohn krier, Nick Lutz, tomer Manzur, Rüdiger Michl, Rafael Molina, Andre Quicheron, Diego Ramallo, Alex Rotar, Vladislav Shago, and Joost Witlox


We're glad you're all here and look forward to hearing from you! We'd love to learn more about you and invite you to say hello at: Introduce yourself: What Ciena products do you use?


Our most popular answered questions based on your views last week were the following:


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Other events, discussions, polls and resources you may want to check out include:


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Of The Week


Happy memberversary to the following members celebrating their first year in the Ciena Community: Subham Agrawal, Mohammad Aijaz Ahmad, Cyril Avila, Dustin Casey, David Curran, Corlis Dees II, Henrique Gonçalves Petronilho, Ridha Hamidi, Robert Irions, Lokeshwar Kesavan, Sal Lopez, Eric Perie, Sean Powell, Raghunandan Ramesha, Rakesh Roy, Pierre Trudeau, andrew vlasek, and Vivek Wadhwani



Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.
Michael Jordan



Today, Monday, September 25th, is National One-Hit Wonder Day. It is a day to turn up the volume and honor all of the musical artists with that one chart-topping song that made them memorable. What is your favorite one-hit wonder artist and song? 


Did You Know

That on this day, September 25th, in 1973,  Micro Computer Machines of Canada introduced the MCM/70 microcomputer. MCM/70 is considered one of the earliest commercially manufactured personal computers. Many well-known organizations became customers, including Chevron, Mutual Life Insurance, NASA, and the US Army, while the Micro Computer Machines worked with Intel on the design of the computer. Failure to generate venture capital, the MCM/70 never gained significant market acceptance. 


Have a great week and keep networking!