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Addressing SLAs at 100GE links—from a client perspective

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Marcos Vasconcellos

Product Line Manager

Telecom system engineer with more than 20 years of experience with significant international exposure.

In 2012, Marcos joined EXFO working within the System Verification Team covering a vast range of Transport and Datacom applications from 10M to 100G as well as all EXFO T&D platforms and modules. Since December 2014 he has been a member of the EXFO Product Line Management organization for the high speed solutions and applications: OTN, SONET/SDH, Ethernet applications (RFC2544, Y.1564, EBERT, etc.).

Prior to EXFO, Marcos held several telecom system positions within telecom product manufacturers and operators. The core of these activities was related to system verification, product acceptance and certification in the following technologies: NMS/SNMP systems, point-to-point microwave radios, fixed and mobile WiMAX devices, LTE devices, mobile phones and portable devices.

With the deployment of higher speeds (up to 100G) on the client side now a reality, service providers are striving to address bandwidth needs while delivering more data to a growing customer base. As such, they need to deliver sustainable reliability and performance of service, while guaranteeing service-level agreement (SLA) figures at higher rates.

This webinar covers:

  • The differences between SLAs at lower rates (10GE and below) and higher rates
  • How to review SLA methodologies based on RFC 2544 and Y.1564 (EtherSAM)
  • The main criteria used in SLAs at 100G (based on Y.1564)
  • How to interpret key performance indicators (KPIs) and SLA results 

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