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Tata launches Ethernet network with PBB technology

Thursday 25 August 2011 | 12:24 CET | News
Tata Communications has launched its Next Generation Ethernet (NGE) network. The integration is taking place across eleven Indian cities, covering New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon, Pune, Hyderabad, Kochi, Noida, Ahmedabad and Kolkata. The in-country nodes for connecting the carrier's domestic NGE network with its international backbone are in Mumbai and Chennai. The NGE network will provide network services for both service providers and enterprises, enabling enhanced security and improved troubleshooting features. Tata Communications' Ethernet services are provided throughout the country together with services connecting India to business centres throughout the world. Tata Communications Next Generation Ethernet with PBB technology provides access to large numbers of customers and bandwidth on the backbone. Isolation of customers from Denial of Service attacks, enabling security and improved performance monitoring with latency and packet loss as standard items in the SLAs. Tata Communications' Ethernet network core carries only Ethernet traffic. As a result, Tata Communications can provide a range of Ethernet services with native Ethernet Operations Administration and Maintenance (OAM) management throughout. The Next Generation Ethernet core also allows Tata Communications to continue to provide its Ethernet customers with the ability to select specific routes through its network. As a further evolution of Tata Communications' Ethernet network, the company will also be launching an enhanced multipoint service, burstability with usage-based billing together with a dedicated Ethernet service that can scale from 1,000 – 10,000 Meg in 500 Meg increments.


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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Tata Communications
Countries: India
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