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by Abdul Kasim (with support from Nan Chen) This chapter has two distinct sections; the first summarizes the various commercial solutions for delivering Carrier Ethernet services Specifically, it considers the solutions described in Part II of the book and attempts to provide a perspective of the entire landscape with respect to where and when each of them fits best A direct one-on-one comparison is, in most cases, a less meaningful exercise (it would be akin to comparing apples to oranges) This is critically important to understand since all the solutions are not equal in the sense that some of them are more applicable in one situation versus another; further more and importantly, there are inherently distinct functional differences between the solutions Understanding where they fit is, therefore, essential for both Service Providers and enterprise end users alike and equips them to choose the right solution or solutions (in fact, as the few real-life examples described illustrate, it is not uncommon for several Carrier Ethernet solutions to be employed in complementary roles by a single Service Provider1) This task is often considerably more complex given the plethora of options that they (appear to)2 typically have The second section of this chapter attempts3 to deduce the possible evolution of Carrier Ethernet and its underlying delivery mechanisms over a span of the next few years Emerging activities in the standards bodies, technological advancements, applications, demand, competition, and substitutes are some of the considerations that are extrapolated to get a reasonable picture of the future
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1 As usual, this Service Provider may use several Network Operators networks to deliver the service 2
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Even though it may appear that there are numerous options available, there are usually fewer that are actually optimally suited for a particular Service Provider s (or an Enterprise s) circumstance Nonetheless, it is still a challenge to discern the best fit 3 It would be presumptuous to assert anything more definitive in this very dynamic realm
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Delivering Carrier Ethernet: A Summary of the Solutions
Part II of the book discussed almost the entire gamut of solutions for delivering Carrier Ethernet services; these spanned a wide range of physical media, transport technologies, design focus, applications support, and economics Some of them are better suited than others in a particular circumstance; nonetheless, they are all commercially viable, revenue generating solutions that are currently being deployed to varying degrees by Service Providers 3 gives an idea about the extent of this deployment and Figure 161 illustrates the landscape of these solutions used in the delivery of Carrier Ethernet services to business enterprises Deciding on the optimal solution that a Service Provider should employ is typically a function of numerous variables These commonly encompass the provider s current and future (or strategic) focus, the existing technology infrastructure and its footprint, (perceived) competitive threats and advantages, economic profitability targets, customer demand and growth opportunities, the availability of substitutes to Carrier Ethernet, and so on It is enormously useful, therefore, to understand the relative applicability of these solutions as well; after all, it should be evident from the previous chapters that
There is no single solution that fits every Service Provider s (or, for that matter, every enterprise s) needs Each of these solutions is particularly well suited in certain contexts and less so or not at all in others
WDM MSPP Fiber/WDM SONET/ MSPP WDM xDSL modem MSPP Copper DS-3 Bridging Packet switched network (Ethernet/IP/MPLS) MSPP PON
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