Host: Carol Wilson, Chief Editor, Events, Light Reading Featured Presenters: Nav Chander, Research Manager, Enterprise Telecom, IDC; Chris Lewis, Systems Development Manager, Cisco Systems
Date: Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Time: 12:00 p.m. New York / 5:00 p.m. London
Overview: Service providers are increasingly focusing their investments on the convergence of their mobile and wireline infrastructure assets to improve economics without compromising their ability to support high-bandwidth, value added services. In addition, the explosive growth and domination of packet traffic on the network is accelerating service provider transition from legacy TDM to packet transport infrastructures. MPLS, a mature and widely deployed technology, has proven to be a technology that allows service providers to build an end-to-end network architecture from the core, to the edge, the data center and the access network. MPLS offers service providers several key inherent capabilities such as scale, resiliency, quality of service and traffic engineering, making it the unifying packet transport technology. This webinar will provide an update on how MPLS technology is being used to address the various challenges service providers are facing in their transition to packet transport networks while sharing actual service provider experiences.
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