Network connectivity has never been more critical to an organization’s operations than it is today. From boardrooms to courtrooms and from learning centers to data centers, connectivity requirements related to remote working, data streaming, building management and other applications are essential for business continuity. This multi-day online learning opportunity provides the in-depth information ICT professionals need to address today’s challenges and embrace tomorrow’s opportunities.
The organizers of OFC 2021 (June 6-11) announced yesterday that the conference will be fully virtual. The technical conference content will be available live and on demand. Trending new topics include the potential impact of quantum communications and machine learning on network operations and how optics may support machine learning and neuromorphic computing.
OFC 2021, will now take place 6 – 10, June 2021, at the Moscone Center, San Francisco. The show was originally scheduled for 28 March – 1 April 2021.
Join Panduit November 4th from 10am-12pm CST for its first online summit. Things have changed NOW and we need to adapt with our technologies and business processes to be ready for what is NEXT. Topics include Panduit’s perspective of the market – the challenges, opportunities, technologies and solutions that are helping smart businesses succeed; Real-world stories from customers and partners – how they did it and what they learned; and a sneak peek at new Panduit products that will change the game now and beyond
On August 11 and 12 Cabling Installation & Maintenance will host a series of 8 online seminars addressing emerging applications as well as cabling and wireless infrastructure strategies for networks. The online conference, Emerging Applications in Data Center and Enterprise Networks, will include 4 seminars each day. The seminars on Tuesday, August 11 will focus on data center networks and those on Wednesday, August 12 will focus on enterprise networks.
The IoT Community announces IoT Day Slam 2020 virtual conference, in celebration of World IoT Day, April 9th, 2020
The IoT Community® announced the exclusive agenda for the IoT Day Slam conference, hosted online on April 9th, 2020, World IoT Day. The event marks the IoT Community’s eleventh international IoT Slam branded conference, and provides the global IoT ecosystem with a unique opportunity to learn from expert innovative practitioners, about the “best of the best” use-cases and best practices for enterprises designing, developing, and shaping the future of the IoT landscape.
BICSI has rescheduled the 2020 BICSI Europe, Middle East & Africa Conference & Exhibition in Dubai from 13-15 April to 6-8 September 2020.
Some people may have stayed home for this year’s OFC Conference, but optical innovation continued. This webcast will cover some of the major technologies and technical discussions originally planned for the OFC 2020 show floor. Insights from Lightwave Editorial Director Stephen Hardy and a panel of industry experts will help fill the knowledge gaps changes in travel plans may have created.
OFC 2020 began yesterday, despite California declaring a state of emergency and cancellations among exhibit hall and conference participants. In response to the growing concerns over the spread out of the Coronavirus the OFC Steering Committee and Program and General Chairs are using infrastructure enabled by the OFC community to allow for virtual technical participation by the international community that has been impacted by the Coronavirus. Details on health and safety measures that have been implemented in response to the Coronavirus can be found here.
While we won’t know the coronavirus’ effects on the overall nature of work for some time, industry events are already feeling the impact. Officials are canceling, postponing, or converting tech events to virtual conferences…leaving show organizers, attendees, exhibitors, and sponsors scrambling to make alternative plans. Companies are also instituting travel restrictions for employees. This article includes a list of the events that have been called off, pushed back, changed format, or are being held as scheduled.