Webinar: Ethernet and Fibre Channel application roadmap; DC Design standard EN 50600 requirements
Sponsored by: CommScope
- Fibre Channel
- Data Centre
Date: 31 May
Days to go: 5
Time: 10AM London
In our upcoming three-webinar series, CommScope’s Hans-Jurgen Niethammer will discuss Data Centre Design challenges and application standards; architectures and features of High Speed, Migration and Data Centre Architectures for Virtualized Central Offices.
The first webinar in the series is ‘Ethernet and Fibre Channel application roadmap; DC Design standard EN 50600 requirements’.
In it, we explore how proper data centre infrastructure design supports migration and growth along with the evolutions of Ethernet and Fibre channel applications.
• IEEE Ethernet Roadmap
• FCIA Fibre Channel Roadmap
• European DC Design Standard EN 50600-x
Find out more about our other 2 upcoming webinars in the series:
High Speed Migration Strategy: Architectures and Benefits
Here you can learn about cabling design approaches to support high-speed migration. Find out more here.
Data Centers Architectures for Virtualized Central Offices
Here you will get an overview of the cabling options available for SDN/NFV architectures. Find out more here.
Market Development Service Providers EMEAData Center/Central Office/Headend
Hans-Jürgen Niethammer has worked with CommScope for almost 23 years and is responsible for EMEA market development.
With an in-depth knowledge of fiber optic technology and data centre and central office architectures, Hans-Jürgen supports service-providers in specifying and designing concepts, and in developing the right solutions to support their business needs.
He is a member of several German, European and International standardization committees, specifying data centre design, fiber optic cabling and automated infrastructure management.
Key Learning Objectives
- Understanding the evolutions of Ethernet and Fibre channel applications
- Get introduced to the different connectivity options for those applications
- Learn how proper data centre infrastructure design supports migration and growth
- Data Centre Manager
- DC Architect
- DC Specialist
- DC Engineer
- IT Infrastructure
- SDN/NFV Architects/Specialists