Vodafone Performance WAN<br />Neil Boxer, Head of Fixed Networks<br />IP Expo<br />1<br />14 October 2010<br />
Applications<br />Security & Email<br />CRM<br />BlackBerry<br />Field Service<br />Windows Mobile Email<br />Mobile Worki...
Industry Leading Accreditations<br />Secure Connectivity & Email <br />Unified Communications <br />Applications<br />IP E...
The preferred communications partner to UK business<br />Ranked the No 1 brand in the UK across all industries<br />55% Ma...
Efficient<br />Effective<br />Responsive<br />Access to information and people regardless of location<br />The<br />Requir...
Simplified and streamlined ICT
Greater collaboration across the enterprise
New supplier capabilities</li></ul>70% of businesses say their perceptions of organisations that do not embrace mobile wor...
Work more closely with customers, partners & suppliers
Attract & retain talent
Use technology to deliver a superior customer experience</li></ul>The <br />Implications<br /><ul><li>Changing organisatio...
Enabling new business models
Supporting the cultural shift</li></ul>The<br />Business Need<br /><ul><li>Reduce cost
Increase productivity
Greater flexibility and responsiveness</li></ul>36% of UK workers said a lack of access to mobile email causes unnecessary...
Market Leadership<br />SiP delivery to medium & large customers<br />Performance WAN aka WAN Optimisation<br />IP Expo<br ...
The Problem with MPLS<br />Do you know what is really happening across your network?<br />What is the performance of your ...
P2P Applications<br />AppleJuice <br />Ares <br />KCEasy Ares<br />Bittorent <br />ABC <br />Acquisition <br />Anatomic P2...
IDC believes the fundamental market drivers remain in place<br />WAN application delivery is a key technology in the netwo...
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In a world with an explosion of applications required in many jobs, MPLS Wide Area Networks are increasingly
becoming a major bottle neck for business performance. Vodafone’s “Performance WAN” changes all this,
ensuring limited bandwidth is maximised for much better performance and end user experience.

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  • Good afternoon everyone. I run Vodafone’s Fixed Networks business in the UK. My objective today is to share with you some of the market leading things we are doing in Fixed Network/Fixed Line to illustrate our strength and depth of this area of our business. Possibly our best kept secret.
  • And in focussing on delivering this we have taken market leadership in two areas in the UK.SiP Delivery to medium &amp; large businesses.And What I am going to focus on today is our Version of MPLS WAN – Performance WAN
  • To understand our WAN proposition it is important to frame the problem . MPLS WAN has its limitations. All the traditional providers struggle. What should be the focus is on the performance of applications the real issue for users.
  • But the problem for the IT Dept is the explosion of applications. So how can IT guarantee business critical applications in this soup.APPS COMPETING FOR LIMITED BANDWIDTH============================As more and more businesses adopt new programs to tackle even more issues, we have gotten to the point where today’s networks are overrun with aggressivefile sharing, P2P, streaming, gaming, as well as corporate applications all competing for the same limited bandwidth. With so many applications being run over a company’s network, its often impossible to understand what is causing network problems and performance issues.And when users start to complain, the burden usually lies on the network administrator to fix the problem quickly and under budget. But how can you solve a problem when you don’t know what&apos;s causing it.This is why you need network visibility!
  • Let’s review some of the common changes that are occurring in corporate networks today that are having a profound impact on the performance of business applications. First, companies are centralizing data centers, servers and applications to be compliant with regulations, better secure their corporate data, and to simplify their networks to reduce network operating costs.Second, corporate networks are now being tasked to support a highly mobile workforce. This includes traveling executives, sales staff, and trainers who all need to be connected to network applications from various locations at different times throughout the day. Next, the corporate network must support an increasing number of applications, and file sizes are increasing with applications that involve rich media. Lastly, recreational applications are gaining in popularity. The corporate network is handling more recreational traffic such as iTunes, BitTorrent and YouTube to name a few. These applications consume large amounts of bandwidth and aggressively squeeze out important business applications.It is safe to say that the corporate network is being tasked to do more and more. All of this has an impact on how well applications perform on the network
  • Here are some common challenges related to application performance that IT staffs face:-Network users complain that applications are running too slowly or that the network is “sluggish”-Employee productivity is negatively impacted by applications that don’t respond quickly to end user requests.-Often, the IT staff understands that they have a problem but they are unsure ofhow to determine the root cause or how to resolve the issue.-Application performance issues may be related to expensive yet inefficient Internet connections. WAN optimization can help gain the best performance from these links.-Lastly, poor applications performance might be caused by recreational applications that are delaying important business applications.
  • Visibility and monitoring provides insight into the behavior of the WAN. Almost all Exinda installs identify that the customer’s WAN is inefficient due to some level of non-business usage.
  • Precise policy-based traffic management and control:Perform Diffserv Packet Classification and MarkingAdvanced L7 Capabilities Hostname, URL, HTTP file wildcard downloads (*.exe, *.iso, *.zip)Traffic Discard/BlockTime of Day PoliciesAdaptive ResponseSet network policy to properly support high priority users and trafficPrioritize instructional and administrative trafficBlock or throttle back recreational appsUnderstand how the network is being used:- P2P traffic- Top applications, URLs- Performance statistics at various times throughout day- Determine how recreational traffic impacts administrative / instructional performanceIdentify “unwanted” recreational traffic
  • Adding application acceleration allows further increases in efficiency and allows organizations to realize costs savings – from both employees productivity gains as well as hard costs such as preventing the need for a bandwidth upgrade or allowing the same network to support more users or additional applications. With Exinda, you can select the types of traffic to accelerate as opposed to simply accelerating all traffic on your network including the good and the bad.The benefit of acceleration technologies is improved response times for critical applications. The result is that users are spending their time using the application rather than waiting for their applications to respond/open/download etc. Not only does the application feel better to the user but the quality of experiences is also improved – users aren’t frustrated, help desks are overwhelmed with calls about poor performance, management isn’t racking their brains dealing with the problems.
  • "Performance WAN” Vodafone’s market leading, next generation, Wide Area Network

    1. 1. Vodafone Performance WAN<br />Neil Boxer, Head of Fixed Networks<br />IP Expo<br />1<br />14 October 2010<br />
    2. 2. Applications<br />Security & Email<br />CRM<br />BlackBerry<br />Field Service<br />Windows Mobile Email<br />Mobile Working<br />Nokia Mail for Exchange<br />Partner Applications<br />IP Sec / Managed Router<br />Vodafone Business Services<br />Unified Communications <br />Applications<br />Secure Connectivity & Email<br />Unified Communications<br />Fixed Connectivity<br />Data Networking<br />IP Telephony<br />UC Applications<br />Secure Remote Access<br />Contact Centre<br />Vodafone One<br />Managed Service Group<br />Maintenance Services<br />Training<br />Billing Services<br />Managed Support<br />Integration Services<br />Consultancy<br />Implementation Services<br />IP Expo<br />2<br />14 October 2010<br />
    3. 3. Industry Leading Accreditations<br />Secure Connectivity & Email <br />Unified Communications <br />Applications<br />IP Expo<br />3<br />14 October 2010<br />
    4. 4. The preferred communications partner to UK business<br />Ranked the No 1 brand in the UK across all industries<br />55% Market share in Private Sector<br />73% Market share in Public Sector <br />Financially stable – with strong cash flow performance<br />Global scale in technology and purchasing<br />341.1 million customers worldwide1<br />£11.5bn operating profit1<br />£44.5bn revenue1<br />£71.8bn market capitalisation1<br />85,000 employees worldwide<br />£7.2bnfree cash flow1<br />IP Expo<br />4<br />14 October 2010<br />
    5. 5. Efficient<br />Effective<br />Responsive<br />Access to information and people regardless of location<br />The<br />Requirement<br /><ul><li>Secure information
    6. 6. Simplified and streamlined ICT
    7. 7. Greater collaboration across the enterprise
    8. 8. New supplier capabilities</li></ul>70% of businesses say their perceptions of organisations that do not embrace mobile working have changed for the worse, lessening trust, confidence and likelihood to invest.<br />Source: Vodafone Critical Response Time Index, March 2009<br />The business world is changing<br />Managing your communications so you can manage your business<br />Key<br />Considerations<br />How to:<br /><ul><li>Enable flexible & remote working
    9. 9. Work more closely with customers, partners & suppliers
    10. 10. Attract & retain talent
    11. 11. Use technology to deliver a superior customer experience</li></ul>The <br />Implications<br /><ul><li>Changing organisational structures
    12. 12. Enabling new business models
    13. 13. Supporting the cultural shift</li></ul>The<br />Business Need<br /><ul><li>Reduce cost
    14. 14. Increase productivity
    15. 15. Greater flexibility and responsiveness</li></ul>36% of UK workers said a lack of access to mobile email causes unnecessary stress and conflict.<br />Source: Vodafone Critical Response Time Index, July 2008<br />49% of the working nation believe that flexible working will change the way we work entirely.<br />Source: Vodafone Working Nation Survey, 2008<br />23% of businesses in the UK have experienced security issues because employees have used mobile devices or laptops outside of work.<br />Source: Opinion Matters, 2008<br />IP Expo<br />5<br />14 October 2010<br />
    16. 16. Market Leadership<br />SiP delivery to medium & large customers<br />Performance WAN aka WAN Optimisation<br />IP Expo<br />6<br />14 October 2010<br />
    17. 17. The Problem with MPLS<br />Do you know what is really happening across your network?<br />What is the performance of your Business Critical Applications?<br />Isn’t the wide are network the pinch point? LAN = 1Gb, WAN = 10Mb<br />Can the MPLS provider see what is happening on the LAN?<br />When you have problems with bandwidth in a site can your network provider tell you which applications are causing the problem?<br />Class of service is a crude tool<br />IP Expo<br />7<br />14 October 2010<br />
    18. 18. P2P Applications<br />AppleJuice <br />Ares <br />KCEasy Ares<br />Bittorent <br />ABC <br />Acquisition <br />Anatomic P2P <br />Arctic Torrent <br />Azureus <br />BitComet <br />BitFlu <br />BitLord <br />BitPump <br />BitTornado <br />BitTorrent / Mainline <br />BitSpirit <br />Bits on Wheels <br />BitTyrant <br />Blizzard Downloader <br />Blog Torrent - BTG <br />BtManager <br />BTSharp <br />burst! <br />CTorrent <br />Deluge <br />FlashGet <br />freeloader <br />G3 Torrent <br />Gnome BitTorrent <br />Halite <br />KTorrent <br />LimeWire <br />Localhost <br />MLDonkey <br />MonoTorrent <br />MooPolice <br />Opera <br />QTorrent <br />Qbittorrent <br />rTorrent <br />Rufus <br />Shareaza <br />sharktorrent <br />SymTorrent <br />Tomato Torrent <br />Torrent Swapper <br />TorrentFlux <br />TorrentVolve <br />Transmission <br />Turbo Torrent <br />TorrentSpy <br />Rufus <br />μTorrent <br />WizBit <br />XTorrent <br />ZipTorrent <br />DirectConnect <br />ApexDc++ <br />BCDC++ <br />CZDC <br />DC++ <br />DC# <br />dc_gui <br />dctc <br />Dolda Connect <br />Elise <br />fulDC <br />GtkDC <br />ldcc <br />LinuxDC++ <br />microdc <br />microdc2 <br />oDC <br />Revconnect <br />SababaDC <br />ShakesPeer <br />StrongDC++ <br />Valknut <br />eDonkey <br />aMule <br />eDonkey2000 <br />eMule and its Mods <br />obfuscated eMule ext. <br />eMule Plus <br />Hydranode <br />Jubster <br />Lphant <br />MLDonkey <br />Shareaza <br />xMule <br />Fasttrack<br />KCEasy <br />Grokster <br />Apollon <br />Kazaa lite <br />MLDonkey <br />Feindian <br />Filetopia <br />Freenet <br />Gnutella <br />Acquisition <br />Acqlite <br />Apollon <br />BearShare <br />BearFlix <br />Cabos <br />CocoGnut <br />DM2 <br />FrostWire <br />giFT <br />Gnucleus <br />Gtk-gnutella <br />Gluz <br />iMesh <br />KCeasy <br />Kiwi Alpha <br />LimeWire <br />MLDonkey <br />Morpheus <br />Mutella <br />Phex <br />Poisoned <br />Qtella <br />Shareaza <br />Swapper.NET <br />Symella <br />XFactor <br />XNap <br />XoloX <br />iMesh <br />BearFlix <br />BearShare <br />Manolito <br />Blubster <br />Piolet <br />Mute<br />Pando <br />Popo <br />SoulSeek <br />pySoulSeek <br />Thunder<br />WinMx <br />XDCC <br />XDCC Fetcher <br />XDCC Catcger <br />XDCC Klipper <br />KuGoo <br />Content Delivery<br />Ariel <br />Ariel - 419 <br />Ariel - 422 <br />Backweb <br />GoogleEarth <br />Kontiki <br />Steam <br />Instant Messaging (IM)<br />GoogleTalk/Jabber <br />Gaim <br />Google Talk <br />Miranda <br />Kopete <br />Trillian Pro <br />IRC <br />IRC2 <br />IRC_servers <br />IRC_ssl <br />IRC-194 <br />IRC-6665 <br />IRC-6667 <br />MSN <br />Gaim <br />Kopete <br />Miranda <br />original MSN client <br />Trillian <br />Oscar<br />AIM <br />Gaim <br />ICQ <br />Kopete <br />Miranda <br />Trillian <br />Paltalk <br />Yahoo Messenger <br />Gaim <br />Original Yahoo client <br />Kopete <br />Miranda <br />Trillian <br />Direct Download<br />4shared <br />Badongo badongo.com<br />Bestsharing <br />Bigfilez <br />chinamofile <br />easy-share <br />filearchiv <br />filecloud <br />filefactory <br />filefront <br />fileho <br />filepost <br />filer <br />file-upload <br />fileupyours <br />ftp2share <br />gigasize <br />gigeshare <br />ifolder <br />keepmyfile <br />livedepot <br />live-share <br />mediafire <br />megashare <br />megaupload <br />mofile <br />mytempdir <br />quicksharing<br />rapidshare <br />rapidupload ra<br />sendspace <br />sharebee <br />sharebig <br />sharebigfile <br />simpleupload. <br />speedshare <br />ultrashare <br />up-file <br />uploaded <br />uploading <br />uploadingit <br />uploadpower <br />uploadyourfiles <br />wiiupload <br />yourfilehost <br />yourfiles <br />zshare <br />Recreational Browsing<br />Facebook <br />MySpace <br />Games<br />Battlefield <br />Call of Duty <br />Counter-Strike <br />Counter-Strike Zero<br />Counter-Strike Source<br />Day of Defeat: <br />Deathmatch <br />Doom 3 <br />Half-Life <br />Half-Life 2: Deathmatch <br />Natural Selection <br />Quake <br />Quake1 Quake <br />Quake World Quake <br />Quake 2 Quake <br />Quake 3 Quake <br />Quake 4 Quake <br />Return to the castle<br />Wolfenstein<br />Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory <br />Ricochet <br />Second life <br />Team Fortress Classic <br />Unreal Tournament <br />World of Warcraft <br />Yahoo Games <br />Xbox Live <br />Email<br />Biff <br />Blackberry <br />ccmail <br />Groupwise<br />IMAP <br />Lotusnotes <br />ms_rpc_exchange <br />MSMQ <br />x400mta <br />POP3 <br />POP3-Clear <br />POP3-Kerberos <br />POP3-ssl <br />RPC_http <br />SMTP <br />SMTP-Clear <br />SMTP-Secure <br />SMTP-Secure<br />Multimedia<br />Flash <br />iTunes <br />Joost <br />MMS <br />MPEG <br />MSN Audio <br />MS Streaming <br />PP Live <br />PP Stream <br />Quicktime <br />QQ <br />QQ Live <br />Real Media Stream <br />RTSP <br />Shoutcast <br />StreamWorks<br />UUSee <br />Webex <br />Windows Media Stream <br />YouTube <br />VoIP<br />H323<br />Ekiga <br />NetMeeting <br />OpenH323 <br />XMeeting <br />IAX <br />Diax <br />Firefly <br />IAXComm <br />IAX Phone <br />Idefisk <br />Kiax <br />LoudHush <br />PURtel <br />YakaPhone <br />ZiaxPhone <br />Ekiga <br />Gizmo <br />OpenWengo <br />SipGate <br />Twinkle <br />Vonage <br />XMeeting <br />IPhone <br />MCKVoice <br />Megaco <br />MGCP <br />RTCP <br />RTP <br />SIP <br />Skinny <br />Skype <br />T120<br />Teamspeak <br />VDOphone <br />Ventrilo <br />Network Management<br />Cisco Discovery <br />DayTime <br />Echo <br />ICMP <br />NTP <br />quotd <br />RSVP <br />SMS <br />SNMP <br />Syslog <br />Time <br />Server<br />Citrix admin <br />Citrixma <br />Citrixmaclient <br />ica<br />Citrix <br />Architecture<br />ica_browser <br />ms-wbt-server <br />Squid_proxy <br />Session<br />Back orifice <br />Dameware <br />Dantz <br />clussvc <br />Gotomeeting <br />Netbus <br />PCanywhere data <br />PCanywhere stat <br />Radmin <br />Rexec <br />Rlogin <br />Shell <br />telnet <br />telnet secure <br />Timbuktu <br />Trend Micro <br />vncweb <br />xdmcp X <br />Security Protocols<br />DLS <br />GRE <br />IPMobility <br />IPSec-AH <br />IPSec-ESP <br />ISAKMP<br />L2TP <br />PPTP <br />RC5DES <br />SOCKS <br />SSH <br />https <br />Shell_<br />SWIPE IP <br />WAP <br />Non-IP Protocols<br />ACTNET <br />Apple Talk <br />FNA<br />IPX <br />macfile <br />svrloc <br />Internet Protocols<br />CHARGEN <br />DDL <br />Discard <br />ftp <br />ftp_ssl <br />ftp_data <br />ftp_data_ssl <br />Gopher <br />http <br />http_tunnel <br />IP <br />nntp <br />nntp_ssl <br />TCP <br />TFTP <br />UDP <br />UUCP <br />Directory Services<br />binl <br />CRS <br />DHCP <br />DNS <br />Finger <br />Ident <br />Kerberos <br />LDAP <br />LDAP_ssl <br />MADCAP<br />mDNS <br />NAT <br />RADIUS_Acc<br />RADIUS_Auth<br />RRP <br />SSDP <br />TACACS<br />WHOIS <br />WINS <br />File Server<br />AFS <br />BootPC <br />CUDev <br />lockd NFS <br />Microsoft-ds <br />Netbios-dgm <br />Netbios-ns <br />Netbios-ssn <br />NFS <br />NCP <br />rsync <br />Salesforce <br />Routing Protocols<br />AURP<br />AppleTalk <br />BGP <br />CBT <br />DRP <br />EGP <br />IGMP <br />RIP <br />Print Traffic<br />Citrix Printing <br />IPP <br />Printer<br />Database<br />Filemaker <br />JDENet <br />Ms-sql-prob <br />ms-sql-s <br />Oracle <br />Oracle_EM <br />PostgreSQL <br />SAP_mcast<br />Middleware<br />CORBA <br />DCC <br />JavaRMI_ACT <br />JavaRMI_REG <br />SUN_PRC <br />Client/Server<br />CVS <br />MATIP A<br />MATIP B<br />Meetingmaker <br />OLAP <br />Healthcare<br />DICOM<br />HL7 <br />Data Backup<br />Acronis <br />Eliminate Network Chaos<br />Unified Performance Management<br />
    19. 19. IDC believes the fundamental market drivers remain in place<br />WAN application delivery is a key technology in the network manager's arsenal of solutions to meet business demands. <br />During 2009, IDC end-user survey research revealed that:<br />Costs and the need to cut costs were by far the overwhelming key factors in customer purchasing decisions.<br />Ability to reduce bandwidth costs and facilitate other cost-cutting initiatives such as datacenter consolidation projects.<br />Customers are reporting a willingness to invest in technology to achieve more strategic goals such as market and geographical expansion.<br />Key Market Drivers<br />What the Analysts are Saying<br />IP Expo<br />9<br />14 October 2010<br />
    20. 20. IT Trends<br />10<br />Key Client Drivers<br /><ul><li>Centralization of applications, servers & data centers for compliance, data security and cost reduction
    21. 21. Increasingly mobile workforce requiring access to network apps anytime, from anywhere
    22. 22. Steep growth in the number of applications the network must support (VoIP, video, Web services, etc.)
    23. 23. Growing popularity of recreational applications (iTunes, BitTorrent, YouTube, etc.)
    24. 24. Growing popularity of social networking applications (Facebook, MSN, Skype, etc..)</li></ul>IP Expo<br />10<br />14 October 2010<br />
    25. 25. <ul><li>Network users complain that applications are running too slowly
    26. 26. Employees are unproductive while waiting for applications to respond
    27. 27. IT staff is unable to determine root cause of slow applications
    28. 28. Internet connections are inefficient and expensive
    29. 29. Bandwidth is being used for non-business applications</li></ul>When you ask the key question – the answer is we don’t know<br />11<br />Branch Level Drivers<br />IP Expo<br />11<br />14 October 2010<br />
    30. 30. Unified Performance Management<br />The business of performance WAN<br />Unified Performance Management (UPM) integrates all the components needed to achieve peak application performance over the WAN<br /><ul><li>Increase Visibility
    31. 31. Speeds Applications
    32. 32. Resolves Performance Issues
    33. 33. Decreases Bandwidth Congestion
    34. 34. Allows for VoIP Prioritization
    35. 35. Decreases Need for Bandwidth Upgrades</li></ul>IP Expo<br />12<br />12<br />14 October 2010<br />
    36. 36. Unified Performance Management<br />The business of performance WAN<br />WAN Optimization Technology<br /><ul><li>Provides insight into network activity, usage and performance. Gives you the information you need to keep your network operating at peak performance
    37. 37. Maximize network resources to the needs of your organization through comprehensive control over network traffic without placing heavy-handed restrictions on users.
    38. 38. Rapidly, turn understanding into action that drives network performance, improves the user experience, and optimizes productivity.</li></ul>Identificationand reporting<br />InspectionDPI and heuristics<br />Bandwidth managementQoS, shaping, prioritization<br />Intelligent L4 optimization<br />Caching andcompression<br />13<br />IP Expo<br />13<br />14 October 2010<br />
    39. 39. Visibility<br /><ul><li>Layer 2 through 7 Monitoring
    40. 40. L7 Signatures – P2P, HTTP, VoIP, Citrix, Messaging, Streaming Video and Radio, more.
    41. 41. Behavioral based classification - encrypted apps – Bit Torrent, Skype
    42. 42. Deep drill down inspection – correlate hosts / application usage and breakdown
    43. 43. Top talkers, conversations
    44. 44. Real time monitoring
    45. 45. Application response time measurement</li></ul>14<br />IP Expo<br />14<br />14 October 2010<br />
    46. 46. Visibility<br />Benefits<br /><ul><li>Real-time monitoring reduces trouble-shooting time
    47. 47. Detailed reports and drill-down enables visibility into all aspects of the network
    48. 48. Identifies traffic including evasive applications using Layer 7 signature and heuristics
    49. 49. Historical reports drive capacity planning
    50. 50. Microsoft Active Directory integration enables reporting at the user–name level for tracking and cost allocation</li></ul>15<br />IP Expo<br />15<br />14 October 2010<br />
    51. 51. Control<br /><ul><li>Precise policy-based traffic management and Shaping (QoS) through L7
    52. 52. Perform diffservpacket classification and marking
    53. 53. Advanced L7 capabilities hostname, URL, HTTP file wildcard downloads (*.exe, *.iso, *.zip)
    54. 54. Traffic discard/block
    55. 55. Time of day policies
    56. 56. Adaptive response</li></ul>Before Exinda<br />After Exinda<br />IP Expo<br />16<br />14 October 2010<br />
    57. 57. Optimisation<br /><ul><li>TCP Acceleration
    58. 58. CIFS Acceleration
    59. 59. WAN Memory
    60. 60. Compression</li></ul>Optimization / Acceleration<br />IP Expo<br />17<br />14 October 2010<br />
    61. 61. <ul><li>Vodafone Fixed Networks provide proactive network monitoring which alert the relevant resource when there is potential for a network issue.
    62. 62. All network monitoring and reporting is customised to Mouchel’s requirements.
    63. 63. Access to management information can be retrieved via the MPLS from Vodafone's core management station.</li></ul>Monitoring and Reporting<br /><ul><li>Mouchel may have read access to CPE router and bandwidth management devices.
    64. 64. The whole service experience is tailored to meet your requirements NOT ours.</li></ul>IP Expo<br />18<br />14 October 2010<br />
    65. 65. Trapeze – A Converged Network Example<br />3 year managed services contract.<br />2 MPLS Networks one corporate one client<br />Performance WAN Deployed<br />Complete telecoms estate management via granular cost centre billing.<br />Internet from the core network.<br />Over 100 sites<br />Bandwidths range from ADSL to 50Mb<br />All managed from a single support desk<br />IP Expo<br />19<br />14 October 2010<br />

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