Differentiate your Ethernet and IP transport

Not all Ethernet and IP transport services are the same and how you choose to implement your network, edge and core devices may determine if your product retains a value advantage over commodity competitors. Choosing the right features for the right applications is just as important as avoiding unnecessary encumbrances. What distinguishes Broadband from Dedicated data? Transparent LAN Service (TLS) from Multi-Protocol Label Switching(MPLS)? Polled, queued, buffered or traffic type Quality of Service (QoS). How do you manage your VLANs, IP addresses, connection blocks and routed blocks? Why is peering important? Why do latency, jitter, transfer rate and effective throughput matter? More importantly, how do you translate those into a viable product line that will continue to add value to your business?

This session is targeted for non-IT types who want to understand the import of these choices and develop products and business lines around these comparative advantages. There are many more versed and qualified in the specifics of how those aforementioned come about, this topic is on translating those into actionable products and services which can be sold to end users.

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