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What is Ethernet over Copper Access?
Ethernet over Copper, or EoC, uses copper transmission lines rather that fiber optics. By using a proprietary modulation scheme, existing copper telco pair can be bonded to transport Ethernet bandwidths from 3 to 50 Mbps.

What is a Service Level Agreement?
An SLA or Service Level Agreement is often part of the contract between a business and telecom carrier for line or network services.The SLA spells out the expected availability of the service and what penalties the carrier is liable for downtime or parameters out of spec.

Transparent LAN Service
VPLS is sometimes called Transparent LAN service. That’s because WAN communications moves from level 3 to level 2. Your connection to the network is via a managed edge switch that is provided by the network operator. The inherent broadcast nature of Ethernet is preserved, creating a “plug and play” environment as new services are added to the network and discovered by other members connected to the VPLS.

What is Latency?
It is the time delay in the network. In other words, how long it takes to get a packet from node to node. The lower limit is set by the speed of light, which equates to 1 msec per 186 miles in a vacuum.

MPLS Network Speeds
MPLS networks can run at any network speed and are being adopted by major carriers as the multipoint to multipoint technology of choice. For this reason, MPLS is fast replacing Frame Relay.


Voice over MPLS (VoMPLS)
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