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Wednesday, May 12, 2010 2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Wireless Networks are experiencing rapid growth with the proliferation of data services and increasing the bandwidth demand. These trends will accelerate with the transition to LTE, where increased radio bandwidth will enable an efficient host of new wireless services. The transition to LTE brings several important changes: fully IP-based services, including transition to VoIP; converging of the architecture with distributed functionalities; transition to pure packet networks. These changes are having a big impact on the backhaul architecture which needs to evolve from the predominant TDM mode of operation to pure packet operation. Of particular importance during this transition are several elements:
This presentation will show how Carrier Ethernet/MPLS-TP can provide efficient support for L2VPNs; how it can allow for SLA verification, strong OAM and fast protection; and how it can provide efficient synchronization.