Senior product manager for CABLExpress Josh Taylor will be presenting “Taking Your Network to 40/100G Ethernet” at 2012 NY Tech Summit.
NY Tech Summit is upstate New York’s premier information technology conference, offering comprehensive educational programming, experienced industry speakers and valuable networking opportunities. The event is being held June 21-22 at Turning Stone Resort and Casino. Registration for the two-day event is just $195 and includes access to a trade show floor with top industry manufacturers and over 30 educational sessions.
Earn a BICSI Continuing Education Credit by attending Josh’s course! Course credit is applicable for the following certifications:
- Installer 2 Copper/Fiber
- Certified Trainer
With the ratification of new industry standards and increased demands on data center throughput, 40/100G Ethernet will be an integral component of the next generation data center.
In fact, it is already an emerging influence on how organizations plan, build and operate their existing data center architecture. The market proves this: manufacturers are already responding to the increased demand for Ethernet hardware, including cabling products, switches and transceivers.
In “Taking Your Network to 40/100G Ethernet,” you will learn:
- Why this shift to 40 and 100G Ethernet is happening
- The factors you need to consider when planning your cabling infrastructure
- Best practices for migrating to 40 and 100G Ethernet
- Next steps for data centers
Josh Taylor has been with CABLExpress® for over ten years, most recently serving as Senior Product Manager. Taylor is responsible for managing all CABLExpress brand products to meet customer demand and industry standards. This includes industry-leading Skinny-Trunk® fiber assemblies and harness, H-Series and RSD Series enclosures, Z-Mount brackets and copper trunking products. As an industry expert in data center trends and technologies, Taylor also produces Cable Talk™, an ongoing short video series that provides tips and solutions for data center technicians and managers.