As business operations expand, the need to optimize network connectivity capabilities has increased. Enterprise customers are keen on adopting technologies which provide reliable and cost effective connectivity. This is one of the reasons behind the increased deployment of the Ethernet technology.
Providing effective connectivity and inter-connectivity within an organization, Ethernet can produce significant reductions in CapEx and OpEx which makes it an ideal cost-effective solution for Enterprise customers. Ethernet offers business enterprises with a reliable network, tools and capabilities that improve management and help in quickly resolving of issues, cost-effective maintenance and deployment in addition to providing easy upgrading which makes the connectivity technology critical to business success.
The importance of reliable networks within highly competitive markets cannot be undermined. Enterprises are constantly in need of network technology which offers both ease in deployment and provide requisite support for the business connectivity structure. In light of the reliability level provided by legacy networking technologies, Ethernet networks are being rapidly advanced to provide reliable networks which facilitate easy and cost-effective deployment and maintenance.
The technology incorporates a broad range of management standards which includes Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). This ensures network availability and provides administrators with a centralized, detailed and comprehensive view of both network and desktop components. Among its wide suite of troubleshooting tools, Ethernet Technology includes capabilities such as link indicator lights and advanced network analyzers.
Rapid scalability is one of the major requirements within the competitive business environment. Developed to enable quick and efficient scalability, Ethernet can be applied across different levels. The latest in technological advancements for the Ethernet include the development of Gigabit Ethernet, which enables rapid upgrading from 10 to 100 and to even 1000 Mbps.
The per-port price for Carrier grade Ethernet and Ethernet products have come down substantially – one of the driving forces behind increasing deployment of Ethernet products and services.
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Edited by John Lahtinen