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Thus, whether it is a Service Provider evaluating equipment for delivering Carrier Ethernet or end users assessing Carrier Ethernet services, knowing that the underlying equipment or service is MEF-compliant expedites deployment Specifically, the MEF certification program offers the following benefits to the three main constituents that drive Carrier Ethernet: Enterprises end users:
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Provides a common basis/terminology to meaningfully compare services from different Service Providers Empowers informed decisions regarding equipment/CPE purchases and minimize risk Assures that Ethernet services perform according to pre defined specifications and standards Ultimately benefits from the efficiencies and cost savings to the Service Providers, which are usually passed on to the end users
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Immediate assurance that vendor s equipment complies to MEF specifications Saves money and time on complex testing between vendors, especially on global accounts Establishes solid foundation for Carrier Ethernet ubiquity and interoperability Removes confusion caused by proprietary names and descriptions Conformance to MEF 9 allows customers to specify their service requirements unambiguously using standards
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Globally recognized interoperability standard improves approval process Increases tender opportunities and competitiveness Independent validation of function and conformance that their equipment is MEF compliant; this helps with positioning and deployment at Service Provider customers Dramatically reduces testing costs, time-to-market, as well as installation time Provides a performance and behaviour benchmark It forms the basis for RFP requests and helps manufacturers focus on their features that distinguish them from competition
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The MEF certification program was rolled out in two phases and has focused on MEF 9 and MEF 14:
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Phase 1 The focus here was on equipment and systems that deliver Carrier Ethernet, specifically on whether they are compliant with the MEF-defined services Thus far hundreds of systems from over 45 vendors have been certified for MEF 9 (Abstract Test Suite for Ethernet Services at the UNI; the Ethernet services are defined in MEF 6); certification for MEF 14 (Service Quality) is also now underway and numerous vendors over 35, have already been certified as well Phase 2 This is focused on ensuring that the Carrier Ethernet services offered by Service Providers are compliant with the MEF specifications The first set of over 15 Service Providers was certified for MEF 9; this guarantees that the E-LINE and E-LAN from these Service Providers will be compliant with MEF Eleven Service Providers have been certified for MEF 14 as well
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The certification program is extending to testing Traffic Management (MEF 101) according to the definitions in MEF 7
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Program Launched with Iometrix
April 2005
First 16 Vendors, 39 Products First 7 Carriers Certified to & 21 Services MEF 9 (UNI) Certified to Announced MEF 9 (UNI) Announced
Sept 2005
First Traffic Management for Vendors Announced
April 2006 June 2006
Service Provider Certification First 11 Service MEF 14 Providers (TM/QoS) Certified to Announced MEF 14
October 2006
June 2007
July 2007 Program Totals: >320 Systems, 45 Equipment Manufacturers, 17 Service Providers Certified 1000s Tests Conducted, >600 Certifications Granted
Figure 223 The MEF Certification Program key milestones to date (Source: MEF)
Figure 223 depicts the extent of progress made in the MEF Certification Program, as of July 2007 To date 17 Service Providers and 45 equipment vendors with 320 systems have been certified MEF has also recently introduced two new technical test specifications, MEF 18 (Abstract test suite for CES over Ethernet services) and MEF 19 (Abstract test suite for UNI Type 1), and is working on developing potentially test suites for E-NNI and LMI
Other Carrier Ethernet requirements One Service Provider s perspective
While the MEF has made considerable strides in the realm of identifying and refining the Carrier Ethernet attributes, it is, of course, a work in progress Emerging applications, field experience, and new network constraints/requirements continually push the boundary and need to be addressed if Carrier Ethernet is to dominate the market Here a brief overview of the requirements that Carrier Ethernet faces or will face shortly, is provided and is based on the experience and insights of one of the foremost Carrier Ethernet Service Providers, Verizon27 That most of these requirements are already being actively addressed (or at least being considered) by the MEF vividly demonstrates the unprecedented participation and influence, of Service Providers in MEF
Verizon identifies these requirements in the context of its four key drivers for Carrier Ethernet Business Ethernet services, Broadband access, Residential video service transport, and wireless backhaul
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