1. Articles in category: Global

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    1. Ethernet Microwave and the Gauss Bell

      Explore LteWorld (Sep 17 2010)

      Ethernet Microwave and the Gauss Bell This hype has been increased by mobile carriers’ awareness of operating cost savings of Ethernet microwave compared to expensive leased lines. Since there is always a race to get to the market as soon as possible, Ethernet-capable microwave equipment has been commercially available for years, but is it ready for carrier deployment? As I explain later, not ready enough to have a future-proof solution that would not present scalability problems as data demand continues to rise. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   IEEE

    2. Equinix Boosts Glowpoint Video Services

      Explore Data Center Knowledge (Sep 14 2010)

      Equinix Boosts Glowpoint Video Services A provider of managed services for telepresence and video conferencing, Glowpoint (GLOW), today announced an alliance with colocation and interconnection provider Equinix (EQIX) to offer carriers direct access to Glowpoint’s managed video services through the Equinix Carrier Ethernet Exchange. (Read Full Article)

    3. International Dedicated Internet Access using Carrier Ethernet

      Explore T1 Rex's Business Telecom Explainer (Sep 9 2010)

      International Dedicated Internet Access using Carrier Ethernet Bandwidth ranges from T1 lines and Ethernet over Copper broadband up through SONET and Carrier Ethernet over fiber optic connections. What you need depends on your particular situation. It could be anywhere from 1 Mbps right on up to 10 Gbps or more. (Read Full Article)

    4. euNetworks expands low-latency European finance network | Networking News | Lightwave Online

      Explore Lightwave Online (Sep 3 2010)

      euNetworks expands low-latency European finance network | Networking News | Lightwave Online euNetworks Group Limited this week has announced a pair of low-latency routes optimized for connectivity into multilateral trading facilities (MTFs) and key data centers. The low-latency network routes connect Slough and London and London and Frankfurt. The new routes mark the completion of the second phase i... (Read Full Article)

    5. China Telecom Americas deepens U.S. Ethernet presence through CENX

      Explore FierceTelecom (Sep 3 2010)

      China Telecom Americas deepens U.S. Ethernet presence through CENX China Telecom Americas (NYSE: CHA) is looking to gain a stronger foothold in the U.S. Ethernet market and it has found that solution in Ethernet exchange provider CENX. Initially, China Telecom Americas will connect with CENX at its New York and Los Angeles exchanges. "Connecting with CENX enables China Telecom Americas to extend our reach through a diversified platform." commented Donald Tan, president of China Telecom Americas in a release. "As an additional way to interconnect with our partners, we are able to respond to our customers' needs in a more scalable and efficient manner."  Indeed, by establishing a ... (Read Full Article)

    6. China Telecom joins ethernet exchange

      Explore Global Telecoms Business (Sep 3 2010)

      China Telecom joins ethernet exchange China Telecom, the worlds largest fixed carrier, is to connect with CENX, the US-based Carrier Ethernet exchange (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China Telecom

    7. XO conducts coherent 100 Gbps optical network trial

      Explore FierceTelecom (Sep 3 2010)

      XO conducts coherent 100 Gbps optical network trial XO Communications (OTC BB: XOHO.OB) has just completed its trial of 100 Gbps coherent optical transmission on a 1348 km route on its U.S. network. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   XO Communications   NuVox

    8. Selecting the right colocation provider for POP in a new market

      Explore Telecommunications news and research (Sep 2 2010)

      Selecting the right colocation provider for POP in a new market Faced with a growing North American customer base, one European carrier ventured outside its home market for a U.S.-based colocation provider that would meet demand for local, affordable and flexible connectivity options. Business - Colocation centre - Colocation - United States - Telecommunications (Read Full Article)

    9. VSG: Orange Business Services tops global Ethernet service charts - FierceTelecom

      Explore FierceTelecom (Sep 1 2010)

      VSG: Orange Business Services tops global Ethernet service charts - FierceTelecom Vertical Systems Group mid-2010 global provider Ethernet Leaderboard results illustrated that the demand for global Business Ethernet services was solid in the first six months of 2010. Similar to... Read more >> (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Vertical Systems Group

    10. Vertical Systems announces Mid-2010 Global Business Ethernet Leaderboard

      Explore Networking is our specialty (Aug 31 2010)

      Vertical Systems announces Mid-2010 Global Business Ethernet Leaderboard Six companies achieved a position on Vertical Systems Group's Mid-2010 Global Provider Leaderboard for Business Ethernet, based on results of the firm's latest research. The top global providers and their respective home countries in rank order by port share are as follows: Orange (France), Colt (U.K.), Verizon (U.S.), AT&T (U.S.), NTT (Japan), and Tata Communications (India). (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   NTT   Vertical Systems Group   Tata

    11. North America Drives Growth in Carrier Router, Switch Market in Second Quarter

      Explore tmcnet.com (Aug 28 2010)

      Between the first to second quarters of 2010, combined worldwide revenue from service provider IP edge routers, IP core routers, carrier Ethernet switches, ... (Read Full Article)

    12. Eircom improves Carrier Ethernet service offering

      Explore Connectivity (Aug 26 2010)

      Eircom improves Carrier Ethernet service offering Irish telecommunications firm Eircom has increased the speeds that are available through its next generation network services. According to Siliconrepublic.com, the next generation Carrier Ethernet technology leveraged by the organisation allows operators to offer a range of solutions to businesses and consumers, including video conferencing and high-quality VoIP. (Read Full Article)

    13. Rogers is thinking locally, acting globally

      Explore Global Telecoms Business (Aug 24 2010)

      Rogers is thinking locally, acting globally Rogers Business Solutions has based its international approach on providing IP and Ethernet technologies that are secure, flexible, scalable and reliable. It is also an active participating member of the i3 Forum, the Metro Ethernet Forum and CableLabs. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Metro Ethernet Forum

    14. Verizon Shows FiOS can deliver Gig-E

      Explore Light Reading (Aug 16 2010)

      Verizon Shows FiOS can deliver Gig-E Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) says its FiOS network is capable of delivering almost 1 Gbit/s (gigabits per second) to consumers, based on a live field trial involving a Taunton, Mass., business user of the fiber-to-the-premises network. (See Verizon Demos 925 Mbit/s on FiOS.) By showing its ability to deliver Gigabit Carrier Ethernet services over the network, Verizon is proving it can support business offerings such as cloud-based services, remote storage, and 3DTV. Verizon's ability to support wireless backhaul off the existing local fiber access network is another critical reason for its fiber investment. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Verizon Communications Inc.

    15. MEF Launches 2010 Service Provider Awards

      Explore Ethernet Academy (Jul 29 2010)

      MEF Launches 2010 Service Provider Awards Applications are now invited from forward-looking service providers offering Carrier Ethernet services to compete for the MEF Carrier Ethernet Service Provider Awards – 2010. The MEF’s Global Interconnect program is already changing the face of worldwide telecoms, and the awards have been restructured to reflect the evolving service provider landscape. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Metro Ethernet Forum

    16. Tinet Adds Low-Latency, Hong Kong-Europe Route

      Explore von.com (Jul 29 2010)

      Tinet Adds Low-Latency, Hong Kong-Europe Route The new low-latency route runs over the Transit Europe-Asia (TEA) cable system, extending Carrier Ethernet over a terrestrial path from Stockholm, Sweden, across Russia and China, and into Hong Kong. (Read Full Article)

    17. NetLogic Introduces New Multi-Core Communications Processor

      Explore Next Generation Communications (Jul 29 2010)

      NetLogic Introduces New Multi-Core Communications Processor The XLP812S multi-core communications processor solution integrates 128 nxCPUs and has more than 16 programmable processing engines to provide an unmatched 160Gbps throughput and 240 million packets-per-second (Mpps) of intelligent application performance for next-generation 3G/4G mobile wireless infrastructure, enterprise, storage, security, Carrier Ethernet, edge and core infrastructure network applications. (Read Full Article)

    18. Jitter Analysis Solution on 10GE SyncE Carrier Ethernet Devices

      Explore Communication Solutions (Jul 28 2010)

      Jitter Analysis Solution on 10GE SyncE Carrier Ethernet Devices JDSU has introduced a new jitter feature they claim to be the first and only jitter analysis solution able to conduct both jitter and wander measurements on 10GE Synchronous Ethernet devices and systems. (Read Full Article)

    19. Carrier Ethernet: An answer to federal networking needs

      Explore Government Computer News (Jul 28 2010)

      Carrier Ethernet: An answer to federal networking needs The government has long sought a single, coherent, secure and globally accessible network that can ensure actionable information is available to those who need it, when they need it, wherever they might be. Connection Oriented Ethernet is a high-performance implementation of an earlier standard, called Carrier Ethernet. Defined in 2005 by the Metro Ethernet Forum, Carrier Ethernet possesses five attributes that allow it to provide the level of performance that telecom carriers expect from mature transport technologies. (Read Full Article)

    20. Carrier Ethernet Service Assurance to Grow 8.3 Globally

      Explore MPLS (Jul 27 2010)

      Carrier Ethernet Service Assurance to Grow 8.3 Globally The global service assurance market is forecast to generate U.S. $3.4 billion in 2014, a compound annual growth rate of 8.3 percent, according to Analysys Mason. According to the report, revenue from Carrier Ethernet backhaul monitoring and MPLS service management will drive the performance monitoring sub-segment at a CAGR of 8 percent. (Read Full Article)

    21. Yankee Group Grows its Anywhere Enterprise Team

      Explore businesswire.com (Jul 26 2010)

      Yankee Group Grows its Anywhere Enterprise Team BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Yankee Group today announced that broadband and networking expert Charles Carr has joined the firm as a senior analyst and key member of the Anywhere Enterprise team. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Yankee Group

    22. Verizon Business Positioned in Gartner's Leaders Quadrant for Asia-Pacific ...

      Explore Unified Communications Headset (Jul 16 2010)

      Verizon Business Positioned in Gartner's Leaders Quadrant for Asia-Pacific ... Gartner’s new report, “Magic Quadrant for Asia/Pacific Network Service Providers” assesses providers of international network services to multinational companies (MNCs) with regional networks in Asia-Pacific. The primary focus of the report is on those providers that deal in data services especially IP virtual private networks (VPNs) and, increasingly, Carrier Ethernet offerings in addition to voice over IP and IP telephony in association with IP VPNs (Read Full Article)

    23. NTT America launches enhanced multi-link Carrier Ethernet product

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jul 16 2010)

      NTT America launches enhanced multi-link Carrier Ethernet product NTT America has introduced a new version of VLink, a multi-location Carrier Ethernet service that provides carriers, ISPs and enterprises direct connectivity for their various locations and can be used as an alternative point-to-point connection. Directed at the business user's ongoing migration to cloud-based services, NTT America's VLink allows these companies to integrate their WAN reach into existing Ethernet-based LANs. One area of concern that enterprises have cited about migrating to a cloud environment has been security. VLink, a Layer 2 Virtual Private Network (L2VPN) offering, tackles the security issue by maintaining a prioritized path on the network ... (Read Full Article)

    24. Level 3 targets Europe's low latency network needs

      Explore FierceTelecom (Jul 7 2010)

      Level 3 targets Europe's low latency network needs While much of the network latency drive for financial companies has centered around the Chicago to New York route, Level 3's (NASDAQ: LVLT) new route between London and Frankfurt shows that the European low latency network opportunity is just as ripe. Level 3's upgrade not only improves latency between London and Frankfurt, but also for its Frankfurt-to-New York and Frankfurt-to-Chicago routes. Offering circuit speeds up to 10 Gbps, customers will be able to choose two classes of service--Premiere and Advanced--that are tailored to their specific needs and are back up by a latency SLA. Premier customers will be ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   XO Communications   Level (3)

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