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How A Global Network Solution Affects Business Continuity

Published By: Virtela Communications, Inc.     Published Date: Nov 16, 2009
Virtela is unique in its ability to meet these challenges for the enterprise participating on the global stage. This paper outlines the capabilities and benefits of Virtela's Global Service FabricSM.
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virtela, business continuity, global service fabric, virtual network operator, vno, gsf, rpc, multi-carrier routing
    
Virtela Communications, Inc.

Case Study - OEM's Increased Global Network Performance

Published By: Virtela Communications, Inc.     Published Date: Nov 16, 2009
Faced with degrading network performance and the need to drive global expansion, Measurement Specialties partnered with Virtela to design, implement and manage a high-performance, multi-carrier MPLS network across all twelve of their global sites.
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virtela, network performance, multi-carrier mpls network, original equipment manufacturers, point-to-point connections, network and security solutions, network management, network performance management
    
Virtela Communications, Inc.

Overcoming Single Provider MPLS Limitations

Published By: Virtela Communications, Inc.     Published Date: Nov 16, 2009
Frost & Sullivan review the limitations associated with a single-provider approach to MPLS networks and its impact on the enterprise. They examine Virtela's Global Service Fabric - a multi-carrier network approach that provides a best-of-breed global MPLS network solution.
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virtela, frost & sullivan, mpls networks, virtela's global service fabric, mpls network solution, cos, multi-protocol label switching, wide area network
    
Virtela Communications, Inc.

Improve Operational Efficiencies Through Effective Management of Next-Generation Networks & Services

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 13, 2008
Improve operational efficiencies with next-gen networks and servicesThere has never been a better time for service providers to streamline operations, improve responsiveness and reduce costs. Find out in this white paper how all three can be accomplished with IBM Tivoli® Netcool® solutions. Also discover methods to boost efficiency and minimize expenditures.
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ibm, operations management, tivoli, value-added services, operational support systems, wireless, ibm, power
    
IBM

BlackBerry Internet Service or BlackBerry Enterprise Server for BlackBerry?

Published By: Intermedia     Published Date: Nov 10, 2008
There are two main BlackBerry smartphone mobile connectivity options, and they are quite different. The first is the BlackBerry Internet Service, in which your mobile carrier acts as a liaison between your email and your BlackBerry smartphone. The second option is to use a BlackBerry Enterprise Server, which directly links your wireless device to your email, contacts, calendars and business applications— virtually automatically and almost instantly. If you’re using a BlackBerry smartphone solely for personal email, then a BlackBerry Internet Service account is all you need, and you can stop reading here. But if you’re a business user and are only using BlackBerry Internet Service, you’re leaving lots of important functionality unused.
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intermedia, blackberry enterprise server, blackberry business user, blackberry internet service, blackberry smartphone, wireless, pda, smart phones
    
Intermedia

Carrier-Grade Network Management

Published By: Tail-f Systems     Published Date: Sep 16, 2008
The key issues involved in developing on-device network management systems for carrier-grade enterprise and operator networks are the same for any other networked resource, only with more complexity and built-in restrictions due to the limited space and processing capabilities inherent to these types of devices.
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network management, on-device network management systems, carrier-grade requirements, high availability, network scalability, tail-f, tailf, networking
    
Tail-f Systems

Thinking About IP Multimedia Subsystem: An Architecture for the Future

Published By: AT&T     Published Date: Jun 25, 2008
IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is an open international standard for Next Generation Networking. It supports the delivery of Voice over IP (VoIP) and various multimedia services. IMS is not in itself a service, but an architecture for service delivery. IMS was originally developed by wireless carriers within the context of the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) in 2002. Since then, its advantages have led to the adoption of IMS by wireline carriers.
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voip, voice over ip, ip telephony, ip networks, wireless ip, wireless technology, at&t, att
    
AT&T
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