Happy Monday, and welcome to July! We're excited to share another update of what's been going on in the community over the last week.
We would also like to invite you to help us welcome new members, celebrate those with one-year memberversaries, and join the conversation with a new question, idea, like, comment, follow, or vote. Have a great week!
Hello and Welcome
Please join us in welcoming our newest members to the Ciena Community! Welcome: Hazem Amara, umair ashraf, Ifzal Bashir, Patrick Blondiau, Carlos Davila, Matt Dunlop, Abouagela Esarwi, Anson Foster, Simon Ho, Timo Holstila, danny Horassi, Grant Jackson, Fredrik Jonsson, Marcin Kapturski, Mick Keeble, Oleg Klimovskiy, Eduardo López Liddelow, Jacob Leithman, Julio Luna, Abhishek Makkar, Gary Maners, Scott Manjourides, Trevor Marwick, Sachin Mokashi, Chad Myers, Joe O'Dell, sam olatunji, Amit Panda, Sebastien Peterson, Sebastien Peterson, Brooks Price, Nolan Randall, Diogo Rigonato, Manuel Rodriguez, Norma Rodriguez, Emilio Rojas, James Ruggles, Rohit Sharma, patrick thoms, and aaron welch.
We're so glad to have you and would like to extend an invitation to share something about yourself and your favorite Ciena products, as well as learn more about other members of the community on our introduce yourself thread!
Popular and Noteworthy
The most popular questions based on your views:
- Exactly where can I find the MIC (Maintenance Interface Card) on the Ciena 6500 series?
- Command file keeps trying to upgrade software
- How can we measure 100gbe power level with 4 lanes laser,we can see high power and low power in Site manager
- After firmware Upgrade, 10G optic not unrecognized?
- Pin-out diagram for the db 25 craft cable
- CN4200 Password reset/recovery help
- where can get 11.1 version software for 6500 platform
- When configuring traffic profiling, what formula do you use to calculate PIR, CBS,and EBS?
- Trunk port Configuration
- How do I get NCP communications up on a CoreStream?
Top Service Ideas with the most votes. (Must be a user of my.ciena.com to view, create, and vote on ideas.)
- The Power Finder
- Ciena Learning App
- Equipment Utilization
- Maintenance Impact Analysis
- Network Inventory
Don't forget to check out our new Service Ideas theme too: Augmented Reality (AR) in Ciena's Service portfolio. Submit an idea and receive 10 points to win the exclusive Service Ideas "I'm an idea person" t-shirt. Learn more.
Other noteworthy activity and content throughout the community.
- Share Your Experiences: Questions That Need Answers (June 28)
- This Week I Learned: June 29th
- I Love Acronyms: ECC
- Introduce yourself: What Ciena products do you use?
- 52 Weeks of Learning
Of The Week
Happy memberversary to the following members celebrating their first year in the Ciena Community: Jean-Pierre Bocahu, John Bond, Efflam Castel, Damien Chuet, NOC Citycom, jose manuel de arce, 宏 菊田, Mazi Fayazfar, Javier Garcia, Laurent GONET, Paul Hunter, Larry Kemp, Alexey Lagunov, Nicolas Legaud, Jianfeng Liu, Kevin Lloyd, NADIA MONTALVO, Destinée MOUSSOUNGOU, Konstantin Muhachev, Axel Schalt, Antoine Soubigou, Tomasz Wasilewski, and Ming Zhou.
The best way to cheer yourself up is to try to cheer somebody else up.
Do you know what ECC means in telecom? Visit and participate in this week's new ILA (I Love Acronyms) thread to share what you think ECC means in telecom. For more content and activities like this be sure to check out the 52 Weeks of Learning Homepage.
You'll also be entered for a chance to win a one-year subscription to the Ciena Learning Develop Series – more than 75 courses on Packet-Optical, Packet and Software.
Yesterday, July 1st, was National Postal Worker Day. In this day and age, and especially in networking, It's easy to forget how information is communicated outside of the electronic world. The estimated 490,000 postal workers in the United States, however, have some of the most unfavorable working conditions of any profession. Postal workers walk an average of 4 to 8 miles a day, six days a week, carrying full loads of letters, magazines, and packages. They are often also required to work through extreme temperatures and weather conditions. While this national observance is over until next year, we celebrate any opportunity to appreciate our community postal workers and all the hard work they do to keep us connected to one another.
Did You Know
65 years ago, today, in 1953, IMB announced the 650 Computer series, the world's first mass-produced computer. Information in the first 650 computer was stored on a rotating magnetic drum and was programmed in conjunction with punch cards to receive and translate data. This bi-quinary computer's memory could store numbers up to 10 decimal digits.
Have a great week and keep networking!