Here is your overview of happenings around the community for last week. Please join us in welcoming new members, celebrating others on their one-year memberversary, and sharing your experiences on discussions and questions:
Hello and Welcome
Hello and welcome to our newest members! Welcome: Siraj Ahmed, Shubha B S, Taylor Crowe, Mark Flynn, Joe Freeman, Brett Gilsinger, Rick Johnson, Siddharth Khatri, Heuijun Kim, John Mann, Epaphras Matsangaise, Kevin Neville, Daniel North-Coombes, Patrick Stevenson, and Atin Tandon.
We're glad you're here and look forward to hearing from you! What is your favorite engineering joke?
Popular and Noteworthy
Our most popular questions based on your views, and other noteworthy discussions, events, and more:
- 6500 - ORL (optical return loss)
- Name of Ciena Equipments
- Where can I find complete detailed broucher for ciena 5400 and 6500 family products
- CN4200 Password reset/recovery help
- Question about EBook
- where can get 11.1 version software for 6500 platform
- What is difference between ODUk SPRing protection and SNCP
- Can 6130 handle 1G traffic?
- When is the Optera 5200 EOL
- Fiber Deep: More Bandwidth to the Edge
- This Week I Learned: Mar 30th
- Share Your Experiences: Questions That Need Answers (Mar 29th)
Of The Week
Happy memberversary to the following members celebrating their first year in the Ciena Community: Jeffery Adams, Kedar Amrit, Emilio José Flores Vicente, anurag jindal, Sunil Mohta, Jose Montañez, sebastien pardo, Jeffrey Pitts, Kostya Pobigaylo, Tyler T, and Cliff Woodbury.
The day is what you make it! So why note make it a great one?
Share what BFD means in telecom and join the 52 Weeks of Learning Challenge at: I Love Acronyms: BFD.
This Saturday, April 7th is National No Housework Day. If you're anything like, your weekend includes quite a few things that fall into the housework category. Well, not this week - join me this Saturday and put off the housework until Sunday, or maybe even the following Saturday. What to do instead? Catch on a book, grab your gear and go for a hike, meet friends for coffee, go golfing, or anything else you enjoy doing more than housework.
Did You Know
On April 1, 2004, Gmail was launched as an invitation-only beta service. Launched on April Fool's Day, many were skeptic about the service, but adoption and interest continued to grow. Since 2004, more than 1.2 billion users use Gmail, 75% of Gmail users open their email on a mobile device, and the Gmail app has been downloaded from the Google Play Store 1 billion times (source).
Have a great week and keep networking!