Carrier Ethernet Planning Essentials

Carrier Ethernet Planning Essentials

Date: Nov 05, 2008
The rise of Carrier Ethernet in telecom service providers' deployment plans points directly to the need for a simpler, lower-cost carrier access and metro transport technology to handle a growing amount of consumer and enterprise content. Carrier Ethernet may well rival traditional Sonet/SDH-like connections and operations, as well as the long-held believe that MPLS technology will be the transport connection of choice. Even with standards work still underway, this presentation will shed light on why Carrier Ethernet is on the fast-track in carrier networks.

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