Juniper Networks has announced a 100-Gbps Ethernet router interface that it expects to have in customer trials later this year, a development that may fit well with Verizon Communications' timeline
Verizon Business, one of the most aggressive pursuers of 100 Gbps Ethernet transmission among the major telcos, has conducted another high-profile test of 100G technology, this time over the JANET
Mobile backhaul equipment investments jumped a healthy 19 per cent in 2008 to US$4.6 billion worldwide, and revenue is set to explode over the next 5 years and beyond, claims Infonetics Research. The
Mention of telemedicine applications usually brings to mind a tiny clinic lodged up in the mountains far away from a major hospital, but of course, any medical facility benefits from being better
KDDI America, the U.S. unit of the Japan's KDDI, has expanded its Ethernet capabilities in the U.S. by installing its own Ethernet network hubs in Chicago, Dallas and Ashburn, Va., the company
Facing increasing network traffic driven by booming advanced video and 3G mobile usage, U.K. telco BT is moving more aggressively into Ethernet Services with the deployment of Ethernet in the First
The market for carrier Ethernet switch/router equipment is due for a fall in 2009, but it should be short-lived as it rebounds in the fourth quarter, Heavy Reading senior analyst Stan Hubbard told an
Despite the global downturn, Carrier Ethernet is forecast to expand rapidly over the next five years and outpace overall telecom capex growth The carrier Ethernet equipment market is expected to top $32 billion in 2013, according to the first edition of Infonetics Research's biannual Carrier Ethernet equipment report released in April.
Carrier Ethernet services get a bullish thumbs-up from Insight Research's latest report. The firm expects Ethernet services to grow at a compounded rate of more than 25 percent, rising from $2.4
Service providers worldwide agree that the Carrier Ethernet and IP/Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) technology will pave the way to next-generation networks; however, there are multiple approaches to designing Carrier Ethernet networks.