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Ethernet vs. MPLS-TP in the Access

A presentation given by RAD’s CTO, Dr. Yaakov Stein, at the 2012 MPLS and Ethernet World Congress. The presentation compares the two technologies in ten critical categories and grades them on suitability, coverage and maturity.

Table of Contents:

Is MPLS-TP ready to replace Ethernet as the packet technology that dominates access networks?
  • Brief review of access networks
  • Characteristics of Ethernet and MPLS-TP
  • Technical comparison: Ethernet vs. MPLS-TP
View the presentation Ethernet vs. MPLS-TP in the Access


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