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Bandwidth to Support Convergence
Convergence means combining or converging voice, data and video onto a single network. Enterprises usually need to expand their LAN bandwidth and set up a QoS or Quality of Service priority system to give priority to real-time streams such as telephone calls or video conference feeds, which are more sensitive to network delays than data transfers. Most often, the common protocol for convergence is IP.

What is Ethernet over Copper
Ethernet over Copper, or EoC, uses copper transmission lines rather that fiber optics. T1 lines are most often used to transport mid-band Ethernet signals in the 1 to 10 Mbps bandwidth range when provisioning fiber optic lines is too expensive.

What's the difference between MAN and WAN?
MAN stands for Metropolitan Area Network. MANs are set up to provide broadband network connections within a city or metropolitan network. WAN means Wide Area Network, a term applied to any network outside the control of the enterprise. A MAN is a limited case of WAN.

What is QoS and how do you get it?
QoS means Quality of Service. Most often you hear about QoS when referring to converged networks that transport both packet voice and data. QoS mechanisms may include prioritizing voice packets over data because voice is much more affected by latency and jitter.

What is the Cost Advantage of Carrier Ethernet
Where available, Ethernet transport services from competitive carriers may cost less than half the lease price of DS3 service for over twice the bandwidth. The difference in cost between SONET optical carrier service and Gigabit Ethernet WAN service is even more dramatic.


10 Gig E Enterprise Bandwidth Connectivity
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