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Unique Insight into 2008 US Ethernet Services

October 28, 2008

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/76a899/2008_us_ethernet_s) has announced the addition of the “2008 US Ethernet Services Update” report to their offering.

Research shows that the traditional Ethernet services value proposition – as an easy to manage service that provides reliable, high-performance service, in a cost effective manner still resonates in 2008. As the migration from legacy services continues, users see Ethernet services as an effective vehicle for improving the performance of current network implementations and supporting new applications. Drawing on our 2008 NGN Services survey and 2008 Ethernet Adoption survey, along with other market research, this report provides insight into:

 - What is the value proposition that draws users to Ethernet services? - What type of geographic coverage for the services are users currently deploying and in which direction are they trending? - What type of configurations are users currently deploying and in which direction are they trending? - What service speeds are users currently deploying and in which direction are they trending? - How are users expecting the deployment of Ethernet service to impact their organization? - How do users perceive VPLS versus IP/MPLS? - What is the market potential for US Ethernet services?  Key Topics Covered:  - In This Update - Introduction to Update - Current Trends in Ethernet Services - What Attracts Network Managers to Ethernet Remains Consistent - The Focus is on Improving Performance - Primarily a Replacement Technology - The Changing Face of Ethernet Configurations - As Ethernet Geography Expands, Network Managers Follow - Growth Across a Wide Range of Speeds - Current Network Managers Will Expand Service - Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) - Awareness High, But It's Early Days - VPLS Compared to IP/MPLS - US Ethernet Market Forecast - Conclusion - Methodology 

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