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Live Virtual Instructor-Led Training (vILT) Courses and Webinars 


BICSI offers multiple training solutions for the busy ICT professional. Whether it's live virtual instructor-led courses or webinars our online offerings provide a unique educational opportunity if you can't be out of the office, but are still looking for the interactivity that an in-person training provides.

Check out upcoming and recent offerings below and register to learn today!


BICSI Webinar: "Evolving Fiber and Cable Technology for MDU and In-Premise PON Deployment"
The world changed in 2020.  Within a matter of months, bandwidth became a necessity for daily life, enabling work, shopping, learning, health, and beyond.  Fortunately, it has never been easier or less expensive to deploy fiber in indoor environments of all kinds, including homes, hotels, office buildings and MDU buildings.  This webinar will highlight various ways to deploy fiber to indoor units of all types, providing real-world examples of successful deployments.  

When: 20 January | Time: 02:00-03:00 p.m. EST
Presenters: Guy Swindell, RCDD, and Mark Boxer - OFS

 

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BICSI Webinar: "More Fiber, Less Space - High Fiber Density App in Existing ROWs"
Fiber is the backbone for all telecom-based services.  Yesterday’s separate voice, data, and video networks have consolidated (or are rapidly consolidating) to fiber networks.  Combining this trend with the dramatic increase in bandwidth demand now in place and forecasted to continue into the future, service providers have the challenge of deploying more fiber into already-crowded rights of way.  Fortunately, the fiber industry is constantly innovating, and many of these innovations are enabling more much more capacity to be deployed in less space.  This webinar will discuss many of the high fiber tools available in the network designer’s toolbox and provide a sneak-peak at the roadmap for the future.

When: 17 February | Time: 02:00-03:00 p.m. EST
Presenters: Guy Swindell, RCDD, and Mark Boxer - OFS

 

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