White Paper

The Network Management Revival

The Network Management Revival

This document describes the importance and the revival of advanced Network Management in the
2010’s, and it tries to put today’s buzz-words in perspective, relevant to network operators with the
need to manage their transport networks.
Read the Online Version of the article published in the SCTE Journal.

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Whitepaper: Protection of Ethernet Services

How to save time and money with Add-ons

This document describes the technology and the advantages of using Add-ons for the LCT+ application.
Besides saving a considerable time, using an LCT+ Add-on prevents mistakes when configuring
complex services on Albis Technologies network devices. Technicians do not need to have a
deep knowledge of the system anymore, reducing technical training costs.

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Whitepaper: Protection of Ethernet Services

Protection of Ethernet Services

Service reliability is one of the most important requirements in today‘s networks. To meet the availability of an Ethernet service (EVC, Ethernet Virtual Connection) defined in a service-level agreement (SLA), service providers must ensure end-to-end protection mechanisms to deal with equipment and/or link failures.

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Standardised, extensible platforms required for first mile flexibility

Copper is still seen as the first solution for serving businesses where no fibre is available. However, operators don’t want to invest in legacy technology to do this. Equipment that offers an upgrade path to fibre and has the capability to support mobile backhaul, while minimising the need to replace customer premise equipment, makes an attractive investment — as well as service delivery — case.

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Making Operators More Successful

Ethernet is taking over the market of connectivity services for corporate customers.Operators have two possibilities to implement this new technology as a service: Either bydeploying a simple transparent low-featured Ethernet transport or by implementing afeature rich flexible high quality Carrier Ethernet service. In reality it is proven that in thesegment of demanding enterprises customer the second option is the more successful.By providing a versatile service with high availability and flexibility the ARPU issignificant higher. Backing up this service with an SLA brings higher customer retention.This article will show you, what benefits Carrier Ethernet brings and how professionaltools can help to optimize the operation of such service.

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How Operators can save time and money

Today more and more revenue is earned by selling additional services across the Ethernet transmission network. Basic Ethernet connections lack the reliability, priority and bandwidth guarantee, but Carrier Ethernet (CE) enables network operators and providers to guarantee end-to-end service level agreements (SLA). These SLAs needs to be setup, tested and supervised for ensuring the additional services, before handing them over to the customer. This whitepaper discusses the SLA testing and the associated workflow using integrated functionality of the Ethernet demarcation devices (EDD).

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Today the provisioning of advanced Ethernet Services is demanding, time consuming and can be error-prone. It requires skilled technicians on site to set up an Ethernet Demarcation Device (EDD). This article shows how Zero Touch Provisioning can help to optimize this process.

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Many TDM based leased line services have been rolled out and are still up and running today. Despite the shift from TDM to a more efficient packet network, the nx64kbps TDM services based on E1, X.21 and V.35 interfaces are still widely deployed for business services and can make a substantial contribution to the network operator’s revenue. The applications that are realized based on these TDM services are mobile backhauling, voice interconnections and data connections to any router and legacy equipment including ATM and frame relay.
This paper addresses the challenges many carriers and network operators are facing today and in the near future with regards to the lifecycle of their currently offered TDM services. It shows a way how to extend the lifecycle of TDM services with CES – Circuit Emulation Service.

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