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Omnitron provides informative video tutorials for busy network professionals that can be viewed at your convenience. These videos include recorded webinars and training videos that qualify for earning BICSI Continuing Education Credits as noted below.

Demarcation Extension: Challenges and Solutions

Demarcation Extension: Challenges and Solutions

This recorded webinar reviews a variety of solutions for extending telecom services from the service provider demarcation point to the customer equipment in business complexes and riser management applications.

Demarcation extension solutions presented in this video include: how to extend multiple T1/E1 Circuits and Ethernet services over fiber, how to expand fiber capacity with CWDM, and how to deploy fault management and performance monitoring.

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Increasing Fiber Capacity with CWDM

Increasing Fiber Capacity with CWDM

This training video explains how to design and deploy Course Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) to expand fiber network capacity. Demand for new applications, more bandwidth and more connectivity is stretching the capacity of fiber network links. CWDM is a proven and cost-effective solution for increasing fiber capacity in Enterprise, Government and Service Provider networks.

CWDM design principles you will take away from this training video include: optimizing the CWDM spectrum for different types of fiber cabling, integrating CWDM with legacy equipment, and designing CWDM networks with add and drop locations.

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Increasing Telecom Fiber Access Capacity with CWDM

Expanding Fiber Access Capacity with CWDMThis video reviews how to deploy CWDM multiplexers and Optical Add+Drop multiplexers to expand the capacity of telecom access networks. A variety of access network applications are presented, including mobile backhaul, C-RAN with CPRI fronthaul, Ethernet business services and multi-tenant buildings.

 

 

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Extending Distances to PoE Devices

Extending Distances to PoE DevicesThis training video will review the technologies that enable the integration of Power over Ethernet (PoE) and fiber networks to extend distances to PoE and PoE+ cameras and Wi-Fi access points. Several network tutorials with be presented on designing networks that take advantage of media conversion technology to power remote PoE devices outside the reach of UTP cable.

Applications covered in this video include: video security and Wi-Fi networks with multiple access points, building automation and fiber to the desk.

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The Media Converter: The Swiss Army Knife of Fiber Networking

The Media Converter: The Swiss Army Knife of Fiber NetworkingThis training video examines how media converters provide flexible and cost-effective fiber connectivity. Receive an overview of the different types of media converters available, and how they provide seamless integration of copper and fiber and different fiber types.

This is a solution-oriented training video with several copper-to-fiber, fiber-to-fiber, and transponder application examples for Ethernet, SONET, T1 and T3 and Serial networks.

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What is Carrier Ethernet 2.0, and why should you care?

What is Carrier Ethernet 2.0The MEF defines Carrier Ethernet (CE) 2.0 as having three service features: Multiple Classes of Service (multi-CoS), Manageability, and Interconnect. These three features reflect major new capabilities in Ethernet services and the addition of new service types. 

This video reviews how to deploy CWDM multiplexers and Optical Add+Drop multiplexers to expand the capacity of telecom access networks. A variety of access network applications are presented, including mobile backhaul, C-RAN with CPRI fronthaul, Ethernet business services and multi-tenant buildings.

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