Community Happenings: Welcome, Trap Events, ORL, eMOTR, DCM & More

Blog Post created by hausmus Employee on Jan 16, 2018

Here are your highlights of happenings around the community last week and this this week. Please join us in welcoming all of our new members and celebrating those with their one year Ciena Community memberversary. 




Hello and Welcome

Hello and welcome to our newest members! Welcome: RAMI ALSHOUBAKI, Saul Cabangcalan, Michael Chase, Phi Duong, Saloni Garg, Binu J George, Jesse Johnson, Brad Peters, Chip Pleasants, Roberto Ramirez, and Nicolas VETEL


We're glad you're here and look forward to hearing from you! Introduce yourself: What Ciena products do you use?


Our most popular questions based on your views, and other noteworthy discussions, events, and more:


Browse all open and answered questions


Of The Week


Happy memberversary to the following members celebrating their first year in the Ciena Community: Sridhar Bathula, robert campbell, Johannes Coetser, Lance Eves, Derrick Harding, Michael Kostreba, Benjamin Labout, Dhanalakshmi Mareeswaran, Habib Mohamed Mohiden Sakkarai, Jeff Monahan, Glenn Mossy, Bhuvaneswari N, Vijayan Ramakrishnan, harihara rayapaneni, Andrew Teesdale, kevin wallace, and Geetansh Yadav



We may all come on different ships, but we're in the same boat now.

Martin Luther King, Jr. 



Our I Love Acronyms  will be back in February. Stay tuned!! 



Thursday, January 18th is National Thesaurus Day. Celebrated annually, it is a day to honor Peter Mark Roget, the author of Roget’s Thesaurus. In 1840, Roget retired from a career in medicine and spent the rest of his life working on his book with the first book of synonyms being published in 1852. Celebrate the day by using the thesaurus to rejuvenate and add panache to your emails or communications with new words and phrases.


Did You Know

In 2001, on January 15th, Wikipedia went online. Today, it is ranked as the fifth most popular website and “there are about 71,000 active contributors working on more than 47,000,000 articles in 299 languages.” (Source: Wikipedia)


Have a great week and keep networking!