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Given the market drivers for Ethernet over SONET and the key applications where this technology and MSPPs should (or should not) be used, this section summarizes its benefits and shortcomings from the perspective of a service provider
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The main benefit of EoS lies in its ability to enable Carrier Ethernet services Carrier Ethernet services represent new revenue potential for service providers who provide either rudimentary Ethernet services based on enterprise-grade network technology or no Ethernet services at all An example from the wireless world illustrates the benefits of Carrier Ethernet services and the potential role of EoS Most wireless service providers lease traditional DS1 circuits from their cell tower or base station locations to their mobile telephony switching offices (MTSOs) The incumbent wireline carrier typically provides the wholesale leased DS1 services Wireless providers lease DS1s from ILECs for several reasons First, their base stations and MTSO equipment, while featuring a mix of technologies including Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA), Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), and Universal Telecommunications Mobile System (UMTS), typically provide DS1 network interfaces DS1 wholesale services are also widely available These services typically feature guarantees on important service-level parameters such as service availability (ie, uptime) and end-to-end latency Wireless network equipment, however, is transitioning to Ethernet The emerging generation of equipment (eg, based on UMTS Release 5) will provide network interfaces based on IP/Ethernet, not DS1 technology Wireless providers will look to incumbent wireless service providers to offer wholesale Ethernet leased-line services When they do, they will want services that are consistent and widely available They will also demand Ethernet services that provide guarantees for high service availability and low end-to-end latency This provides an opportunity for wireline carriers to offer wholesale Carrier Ethernet services, especially those services that accentuate the key attributes of standardized services, reliability, and QoS As discussed previously, these three Carrier Ethernet attributes fall into the sweet spot of EoS solutions Moreover, the transition to UMTS Release 5 and IP/Ethernet will take time, as will the growth of Carrier Ethernet services to match the near-ubiquity of DS1 leased-line services During this transitional time, wireline providers need to provide solutions for wholesale Carrier Ethernet and DS1 leased-line services EoS solutions offer the unique ability to deliver both services cost-effectively Wireline carriers may leverage the Carrier Ethernet and traditional TDM capabilities of EoS solutions to provide both cell site access (where fiber is available) and interoffice transport services for their wireless provider customers Service providers may realize the additional EoS benefit of low Ethernet service delivery costs, especially in deployment scenarios where three conditions hold: First,
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the Ethernet service should require the key Carrier Ethernet attributes of standardized services, reliability, and QoS, and should not require the transport equipment to support a high degree of Ethernet switching (as in the previous wireless network example) Second, EoS solutions generally prove cost-effective when the service demand comprises a mixture of Carrier Ethernet and traditional TDM services (also in the wireless network example) Third, deployment costs are minimized when a SONET network, especially one featuring MSPPs, already exists The economic analysis in Economic Assessment, later in the chapter, will illustrate this further
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EoS solutions can result in higher service deployment costs when the network architecture mandates that the transport network support a high degree or density of Ethernet switching functionality and when the conditions described in the benefits section (eg, a mixture of Carrier Ethernet and traditional TDM services and an existing SONET network) do not apply5 Determining when all these criteria apply can be difficult to quantify; in some cases, the nature of the Ethernet service and the profile and distribution of its subscribers call for a high degree of switching content in the optical transport network; just as often, perhaps, this architectural decision is driven by history by previous service delivery architectures and vendor selections When the transport network must support a high degree of Ethernet switching functionality, EoS solutions tend to cost more for two reasons First, existing MSPP solutions often have advanced Ethernet functions, but typically not at the cost points and service densities of other technology solutions This could result in more EoS equipment or in ancillary equipment (eg, Ethernet switches or edge routers) to support the advanced Ethernet functions This can be mitigated somewhat by the integration of more Ethernet functionality into SONET equipment More integration is possible and is being pursued by equipment vendors, but this has technical and operational limits Service providers push against these operational limits when they try to integrate EoS equipment with complex Ethernet functionality into their existing OSSs This process can be time-consuming (meaning deferred or lost revenues for service providers) and extremely expensive, and is perhaps the chief argument today against integrating significant amounts of complex Ethernet functionality into SONET transport equipment
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