The MEF defines Carrier Ethernet (CE) 2.0 as having three service features: multiple classes of service (multi-CoS), manageability, and interconnect. These three features reflect major new capabilities in Ethernet services and the addition of new service types.

What you will learn in this recorded webinar:

  • The key differences between CE 1.0 and CE 2.0
  • The applications and opportunities with the new CE 2.0 Service Types
  • How to leverage CE 2.0 Multi-CoS to optimize bandwidth resources and deliver application-oriented SLAs for Mobile Backhaul and Cloud services
  • How CE 2.0 Management features enable global standardized management and simplify EMS integration
  • How CE 2.0 Interconnect and the new MEF 33 E-Access service streamline wholesale service deployments and increase revenues
  • Why Bob Metcalf, the inventor of Ethernet, thinks interoperability testing is key to CE 2.0 service deployments

This webinar is presented by Steve Mood, Omnitron’s Chief Technology Officer who oversees development of Omnitron’s Carrier Ethernet service demarcation solutions. Steve is a member of the MEF Technical Committee, and editor of several MEF technical specifications, including Standardized Management Service OAM MIBs. He holds a Masters Degree from Biola University, and is a recipient of the MEF Outstanding Technical Contribution award.

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