Hello and welcome to another week's edition of Community Happenings! Please join us in welcoming new members to the community, celebrating those with one-year memberversaries, and joining the conversation with a new question, idea, like, comment, follow, or vote. Have a great rest of your week!
Hello and Welcome
Please join us in welcoming our newest members to the Ciena Community! Welcome: Rakesh Agrawal, Roberto Balderrama, Johnson Berry, Vlad Ciuhureanu, Alaska Communications, Anup Deshmukh, Rajesh Dhule, Charles Escoe, Anna Fisher, Ronald Galdo, Ankur Gangwar, Michael Gantt, Mike Gazdzik, Rod Gould, JUAN MARiA HERNÁNDEZ PeREZ, Itzhak Hovav, Robert Jackson, Ajay Kumar Kalapatapu, Garima Kapoor, Zdravko Kasalo, Ray Kling, Patrick Lubamba Dibwe, Dinesh M, Mary Mathews, chris miller, Farooq Moinuddin Mohammed, paolo monti, Martin Alonso Munoz Vilchis, DERRICK NICHOLS, Alex Nikolovski, nutthapong nun, Peter Peele, Simon Pilfold, Natalie Power, Rajiv Raj, Jazmine Ramirez, Andy Ramyard, gabriele reggiani, Hector Reyes, Joel Rocha Silva, Taison Servino, Mark Shaw, john smith, Jamie Starr, Florian TOUYA, Julie Tupling, Pedro Ubilla, Patrick Visser, John Walker, and Gino Zamorano!
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:
- 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
- Exactly where can I find the MIC (Maintenance Interface Card) on the Ciena 6500 series?
- After firmware Upgrade, 10G optic not unrecognized?
- When configuring traffic profiling, what formula do you use to calculate PIR, CBS,and EBS?
- Firmware Version Mismatch / Invalid with Software Version alarm is not getting cleared
- Ciena 4200 commands list
- what causes NE_LOA ?
- How do I get NCP communications up on a CoreStream?
- Trunk Port Configuration
Top Service Ideas with the most votes. (Must be a user of my.ciena.com to view, create, and vote on ideas.)
- Ciena Learning App
- The Power Finder
- Equipment Utilization
- Maintenance Impact Analysis
- Network Inventory
Don't forget to check out our Service Ideas themes:
- Augmented Reality (AR) in Ciena's Service portfolio
- Spreadsheet Killer Overview
- Navigation, simplified.
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.
- ACE Spotlight: Joost Witlox
- The Atlanta Hackathon Is On!
- Optical Networking Back-to-School 2018
- Join Us in Celebrating: Online Learning
- Tuning 10G SFP+'s on the 5170
- Share Your Experiences: Questions That Need Answers (September 27)
- This Week I Learned: September 28th
- I Love Acronyms: VLSR
- Introduce yourself: What Ciena products do you use?
- 52 Weeks of Learning Leaderboard: Round Three
Of The Week
Happy memberversary to the following members celebrating their first year in the Ciena Community: Alaa ABDELWAHAB, Siew Kuen Chang, Pla Gong, Michael Hartmann, John MacDonald, Simon Oldham, matt pendleton, Potluri Ramesh, Gerry Raponi, Rahenda ROSMEDI, Matt Siniscal, Tan Song Kwong, Clayton Tavernier, Nigel Walker, Katelyn Ward, and markus weidmann!
One way to get the most out of life is to look upon it as an adventure.
Click the link to go to 52 Weeks of Learning Challenge: 2018 for more content and activities like this, and to see how you can compete for the opportunity to win a one-year subscription to the Ciena Learning Develop Series – more than 75 courses on Packet-Optical, Packet, and Software!
Visit I Love Acronyms: RPD to check out the correct answer and winners of the last round.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 3rd is National Techies Day! This holiday is observed annually to celebrate and encourage students interested in pursuing a career in technology. Current professionals can observe by celebrating their awesomeness and reminiscing on what inspired their careers in tech.
Did You Know
On this day, 63 years ago, ENIAC was officially retired. Taking up a whopping 1,500 square feet, ENIAC is considered to be the first fully electronic computer in the world. It was shut down in 1955 after 11 years of continuous service and was originally unveiled at the University of Pennsylvania in February of 1946. Main panels and components of ENIAC exist today as artifacts of tech history at the Smithsonian in D.C. and at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Have a great week and keep networking!