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  • Network Architecture built to prevent & mitigate any catastrophic network or infrastructure event.Shared architecture for all mission critical Business Class Services, ensuring a consistence user experience by delivering voice, video and data services via widely deployed Ethernet access technology.Meets or exceed the performance challenges of today’s mission critical applications by adhering to stringent service level objectives.Core network built around support of 40Gig today with support for 100Gig and beyond in the future.
  • Comcast metro ethernet enterprise services overview

    1. 1. Comcast Metro EthernetEnterprise Business Services<br />Tim Murphy<br />Enterprise Accounts<br />(484) 680-1086<br /><br />
    2. 2. COMCAST CORPORATION<br />2<br />
    3. 3. NETWORK OVERVIEW<br />National Network<br /><ul><li>Plant route miles – 600K
    4. 4. Fiber route miles – 147K
    5. 5. Optical nodes – 116K
    6. 6. Traffic type - 95% commercial or customer of a direct peer</li></ul>Technology<br /><ul><li>10G/40GBPS regional networks
    7. 7. Network Production Demo of 100G
    8. 8. SIP Scaled Infrastructure
    9. 9. IPv4 and IPv6 operational
    10. 10. QoS-based voice, video & data
    11. 11. Self-healing architecture</li></ul>3<br />Comcast is the largest facilities-based, last-mile alternative to the ILECs / CLECs in the United States. Physically diverse path to ensure business continuity.<br />
    12. 12. Comcast Network Architecture <br />Network Resiliency – built to support today’s & tomorrow’s business class performance requirements<br />Highly Scalable – able to deliver Ethernet services to more locations with more bandwidth options in granular bandwidth increments<br />Integrated Ethernet Access – able to deliver Internet, voice, video and data needs via an Ethernet handoff<br />Layer-2 VPN support – delivering any-to-any connectivity. Leveraging VPLS capabilities within MPLS to provide a Layer-2 VPN enabling the end user to maintain control over routing protocols<br />Architecture - dual star topology; leveraging best-in-class multi-vendor solutions<br />Services - all Metro Ethernet offerings are fully MEF certified both from a service and hardware vendor perspective<br />Transparency – full CoS / QoS transparency and non-routing layer 2 and layer 3 protocol control and transparency<br />4<br />
    13. 13. COMCAST ETHERNET NETWORK SERVICES OVERVIEW <br />Customer Benefits<br /><ul><li>MEF (Metro Ethernet Forum) certified
    14. 14. Online Reporting
    15. 15. Network Monitoring 24x7x365
    16. 16. Local Support
    17. 17. Scalable bandwidth
    18. 18. Network diversity
    19. 19. Facilities based network provider</li></ul>Improves upon services including:<br /><ul><li>DSL
    20. 20. T-1
    21. 21. DS-3
    22. 22. Pt-to-Pt Private line
    23. 23. Frame Relay
    24. 24. ATM</li></ul>5<br />
    25. 25. COMCAST ETHERNET NETWORK SERVICES PORTFILIO <br /><ul><li>Ethernet Private Line
    26. 26. Ethernet Virtual Private Line
    27. 27. Ethernet Network Service
    28. 28. Ethernet Dedicated Internet</li></ul>*Services not available in all areas<br />6<br />
    29. 29. ETHERNET PRIVATE LINE<br /><ul><li>Dedicated connectivity / capacity between locations
    30. 30. Highly secure physical layer data segregation . . . your traffic is not switched or routed with other customer data
    31. 31. Scalable bandwidth options (1Mbps to 10Gbps)
    32. 32. Three classes of service (CoS) options – Basic, Priority, and Premium</li></ul>Comcast Network<br />SITE 1<br /> SITE 2<br />Customer <br />Premise Equipment<br />Dedicated capacity through the network<br />Customer <br />Premise Equipment<br />Comcast <br />Switch<br />Comcast <br />Switch<br />7<br />
    33. 33. ETHERNET VIRTUAL PRIVATE LINE<br />Ethernet Virtual Private Line provides a point-to-point connection that replaces frame relay or ATM services and supports a Service Multiplexed UNI, allowing for a single physical connection to customer premise equipment for multiple virtual connections.<br />SITE 1<br />Comcast Network<br />Comcast <br />Switch<br />Customer <br />PremiseEquipment<br />SITE 2<br />Customer <br />Premise Equipment<br />Comcast <br />Switch<br />8<br />
    34. 34. ETHERNET NETWORK SERVICE<br /><ul><li>Any-to-Any Connectivity – a site can send traffic to any other site within the network through a single Ethernet interface
    35. 35. Highly Secure – reliable data segregation through the private Comcast network
    36. 36. Scalable bandwidth options (1Mbps to 10Gbps)
    37. 37. Three classes of service (CoS) options – Basic, Priority, and Premium</li></ul>9<br />Comcast Network<br />Customer Premise Switch or Router<br />SITE 1<br />Customer Premise Switch or Router<br />SITE 3<br />Comcast <br />Switch<br />SITE 2<br />Comcast <br />Switch<br />
    38. 38. ETHERNET DEDICATED INTERNET<br /><ul><li>Dedicated connectivity to the Internet, provisioned from 1Mbps to 10Gbps
    39. 39. Static IP addressing
    40. 40. Domain Name Services – primary and secondary DNS support
    41. 41. Border Gateway Protocol Routing – Optional BGP setup to facilitate multi-homing between multiple ISP networks</li></ul>SITE 1<br />Comcast Network<br />Customer <br />Premise Equipment<br />Comcast <br />Switch<br />Comcast <br />Internet Gateway<br />10<br />
    42. 42. How We Deliver Value to Our Customers<br />11<br />Flexible, secure, scalable and highly reliable solutions to help grow your business<br />Diversity<br /><ul><li>Completely diverse from all other telcom networks. Unique to the industry
    43. 43. Custom design building entry, street routes, multi-homing and BGP </li></ul>Our Network<br /><ul><li>End to end 24x7x365 monitoring, control and visibility
    44. 44. We own the entire network including the local loops
    45. 45. Eliminates frustration of finger pointing between vendors
    46. 46. Ethernet interfaces are simpler to manage and cost less
    47. 47. Price per Mbps lower than most legacy technologies
    48. 48. Well understood by IT staff. No learning curve. One protocol for LAN and WAN </li></ul>Ethernet<br />Scalability<br /><ul><li>Rapidly upgrade bandwidth to support new business applications – up to 10G
    49. 49. No delays associated with provisioning new circuits, bonding or cost of new hardware </li></ul>Resilient<br /><ul><li>Minimal latency and low packet losss backed by industry leading SLA’s
    50. 50. High network availability ensures your applications run at peak performance</li></li></ul><li>Why Comcast?<br /><ul><li>Financial Stability – a $35B, locally headquartered company
    51. 51. Ethernet product portfolio that is reliability, scalable and completely diverse – laser focused
    52. 52. Flexible, aggressive pricing options
    53. 53. Local access is delivered 100% over the Comcast built , wholly owned and operated Network
    54. 54. No middle man . . . no finger pointing. We are completely diverse, accountable
    55. 55. Access to local resources (sales, engineering, service)
    56. 56. A team that is committed to your success</li>
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