Creating standards for higher-speed networks of tomorrow

The networks of tomorrow will need higher speeds than networks of the past. 

That’s because new applications are increasing bandwidth needs in fiber optic networks.  In addition, cloud computing leads to greater variability in traffic destinations. Customers need new technologies to support communications and dynamic network reconfiguration at higher speeds.

Service providers need to embrace C.E. 2.0

In a blog published last week, I discussed a major trend I am seeing in Carrier Ethernet - that all of the industry's predictions of Ethernet growth and its displacement of legacy technologies are coming true.

However, a second significant trend is that Carrier Ethernet is becoming a commoditized business too soon. Existing innovations in the technology have not been embraced.

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