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Assessing Ethernet business services, from turn-up testing, to baselining, troubleshooting, monitoring and SLA conformance

As Ethernet is making headway into service providers’ networks, Carrier Ethernet testing becomes essential. With its additional operation, administration and maintenance capabilities, Ethernet can now be viewed as a carrier-grade networking technology.

To deliver carrier-grade Ethernet, network service providers can implement Ethernet-over-SONET/SDH and leverage their existing assets while delivering new services. Or, they can implement a connection-oriented Ethernet access link that will provide them with a network that is as manageable as SONET/SDH, but with the cost-efficiency of Ethernet.

Whatever option is chosen, EXFO speeds up the Ethernet testing process with solutions optimized for turn-up testing, baselining, troubleshooting, monitoring and service-level agreement (SLA) validation.

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There's more to multiservice testing than just testing. With the NetBlazer Series, EXFO lets you break free from all constraints to achieve true budget flexibility and field efficiency—a revolutionary solution in the industry. 

Last updated: 2014-07-21

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Macrocells form the core of the cellular network. Macrocells typically have a range of several kilometers and cover three transmission and reception sectors. Due to the large coverage area, the capacity of this cell is limited at the edge. Given that large volumes of users are able to connect to macrocells, the capacity is divided between all active users. As a result, the throughput falls rapidly well below users’ expectations.

Last updated: 2014-05-01

This white paper reviews Ethernet OAM and the challenges facing service providers as they deploy Ethernet-based solutions.

Last updated: 2014-03-20

The Metro Ethernet Forum introduced the MEF CE 2.0 specifications to offer service providers a standardized approach to delivering Carrier Ethernet-based services. But how do these new functionalities improve the day-to-day operations of service providers? How can these technical specifications be leveraged to not only deliver services, but also provide operational efficiencies that can be translated into OPEX savings?

Last updated: 2014-01-18

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