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Service Providers – Meet Your Customers’ Redundancy Needs

Redundancy is always an important consideration for service providers.  With millions of customers traversing their networks, it is crucial to ensure connectivity even in the event of a system or component failure.  Redundancy can be built into the system, at multiple layers.  Resilience is maintained with redundant physical links and protocols at layers 2 and…

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Connectivity Options: Choosing Between Dark Fiber and Lit Services

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Connectivity is more than just content delivery and social media networks. It’s rapidly becoming an essential part of life and now various industries and government organizations are requiring sophisticated networks to support their myriads of data. As data services transform from being an option to being a necessity for both personal and professional applications, cost-effective,…

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MRV Communications: Enabling 100G Connectivity and Beyond

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Bandwidth is like money; you can never have enough. These words ring truer and truer as the industry continues to see exponential growth in data traffic. Organizations across a wide array of verticals – healthcare, education, government, finance and media, just to name a few – are recognizing the need for speedy connectivity with the…

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The Demand for Low-Latency Connectivity

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When it comes to professional trading, speed is imperative. Traders need to think fast and act faster. That is why low-latency connectivity must be an integral part of the process. Without it, competing in the highly aggressive trading environment is difficult. As any trader worth his title will tell you, the lower the latency, the…

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New Data Center Business Models

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High bandwidth, QoS enabled, fully managed access networks are increasingly important for subscribers to reach data centers and cloud applications.  As IT resources within corporate data networks are disaggregated and the equipment and contents distributed, users are less often on campuses, where data resides, but increasingly access distributed information from remote data centers.  There is…

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What’s the Buzz Behind Software Defined Networking

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Everyone is talking about Software Defined Networking. Software Defined Networking (SDN) has no doubt come up in your discussions. The media, trade journals, and analysts are abuzz with discussions of this new trend. What is SDN? SDN enables network applications to request and manipulate services provided by the network, and allow the network to indicate…