Welcome toMetro Ethernet Servicesfrom Comcast Business Class    © 2011 Comcast. All rights reserved. All trademarks are th...
Opening Questions     Are you experiencing bandwidth constraints?     Are your legacy technologies limiting you and cost...
Your New Choice          It’s time to consider your newest option for        highly reliable, scalable, secure and afforda...
Why Carrier Ethernet ?                                    Standardized Standardized equipment                             ...
Portfolio of Services with Class of Service Options         ETHERNET PRIVATE LINE     ETHERNET VIRTUAL PRIVATE LINE       ...
Comcast’s Network: The Largest Facilities-Based Alternative    to the Phone Companies for Providing Last Mile Connectivity...
Comcast Network Architecture    Network Resiliency – built to    support today’s & tomorrow’s    business class performanc...
Comcast Region Area Network (CRAN)    Architecture - dual star    topology; leveraging best-in-    class multi-vendor solu...
The People & Resources Supporting You & The Network      Highly talented team         Thousands of experienced professio...
Helping organizations like yours10             Visit business.comcast.com/success
Why Comcast Business Class ?         Reliability         Scalability         Business Class Support         Network De...
Comcast Corporation                    Comcast Corporation is the nation’s leading provider of information,               ...
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Welcome To Comcast Business Class Metro Ethernet

  1. 1. Welcome toMetro Ethernet Servicesfrom Comcast Business Class © 2011 Comcast. All rights reserved. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners .
  2. 2. Opening Questions  Are you experiencing bandwidth constraints?  Are your legacy technologies limiting you and costing too much?  Are your applications running at peak performance?  Can you take full advantage of cloud computing?  Are all your locations connected as well they can be?  Can you effectively comply with regulatory requirements?  Is data center connectivity an issue?  Is your business continuity and disaster recovery plan robust enough?2
  3. 3. Your New Choice It’s time to consider your newest option for highly reliable, scalable, secure and affordable quality bandwidth: Metro Ethernet Services from The largest facilities-based alternative to the phone companies for providing first mile and last mile connectivity3
  4. 4. Why Carrier Ethernet ? Standardized Standardized equipment limits network integration challenges Scalability Service from 1Mbps to 10Gbps Reliability Ability for the network to detect and recover from incidents without impacting users Service Management Monitor, diagnose and centrally manage the network, using standards-based vendor independent methods Quality of Service Wide choice and granularity of bandwidth and quality of Metro Ethernet Forum service options that can accommodate certified 9, 14 and 18 existing TDM traffic and other service flows4
  5. 5. Portfolio of Services with Class of Service Options ETHERNET PRIVATE LINE ETHERNET VIRTUAL PRIVATE LINE EPL EVPL ETHERNET NETWORK SERVICE ETHERNET DEDICATED INTERNET ELAN5
  6. 6. Comcast’s Network: The Largest Facilities-Based Alternative to the Phone Companies for Providing Last Mile Connectivity Unparalleled Reach Within Markets Service in 20 of Top 25 DMAs • 39 States & Washington, DC • 600,000 + plant route miles • Fiber deep and fiber rich • 138,000 fiber route miles • Physically diverse path • 120,000 Optical nodes • High-bandwidth coax network with • Capacity: 2.8 Tbps and growing existing access to millions of businesses6
  7. 7. Comcast Network Architecture Network Resiliency – built to support today’s & tomorrow’s business class performance requirements Highly Scalable – able to deliver Ethernet services to more locations with more bandwidth options in granular bandwidth increments Integrated Ethernet Access – able to deliver Internet, voice, video and data needs via an Ethernet handoff Layer-2 VPN support – delivering any-to-any connectivity via VPLS negating the requirement to share IP routing information with the service provider Extensive Footprint – with 29 regional networks spanning 39 states Comcast delivers more service to more locations7
  8. 8. Comcast Region Area Network (CRAN) Architecture - dual star topology; leveraging best-in- class multi-vendor solutions Services - all Metro Ethernet offerings are fully MEF certified both from a service and hardware vendor perspective. Technology – leverage VPLS capabilities within MPLS to provide a Layer-2 VPN enabling the end user to maintain control over routing protocols. Transparency – full CoS/QoS transparency and non routing layer 2 and layer 3 protocol control and transparency.8
  9. 9. The People & Resources Supporting You & The Network  Highly talented team  Thousands of experienced professionals  Carrier class network engineering support experts in place  Ongoing multilayer, proactive monitoring and troubleshooting  Significant experience in managing emergency situations  Ongoing management and analysis of network traffic to insure the network is operating within performance parameters  Business Services Network Operations Center (BNOC) is redundant and operates 24x7x3659
  10. 10. Helping organizations like yours10 Visit business.comcast.com/success
  11. 11. Why Comcast Business Class ?  Reliability  Scalability  Business Class Support  Network Depth, Breadth and Diversity To learn more, visit business.comcast.com/ethernet11
  12. 12. Comcast Corporation Comcast Corporation is the nation’s leading provider of information, communications and entertainment products and services. Video Internet Digital Voice Employees Customers Customers Customers 24.6 Million 16.3 Million 5.6 Million 100,000 (in 39 states) Revenue $ billions 40 35 30 25 20 2010 Revenue $37.9 Billion 15 10 2010 Operating Cash Flow $14.6 Billion 5 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2010 Comcast is 6th largest origin / transit group ASN (Autonomous System Number) by volume Delivered Services Daily 2009 Comcast becomes the 3rd largest telephone company in the United States 15.5 M on demand views 91 M emails 2008 Comcast gains Carrier Class Ethernet certification from Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) 198 M web views 2008 Comcast launches DOCSIS 3.0 Internet service (up to 50Mbps down/10Mbps up) 107 M calls12

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