sponsored by Nortel Networks Corporation
Posted:  19 Oct 2006
Published:  01 Sep 2006
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
Converged services are being deployed extensively in enterprises to take advantage of the advances in IP-based voice, data and video service offerings. Rich collaborative environments and applications enable users to utilize and manage voice, data and video on a common IP-based network.

Nortel demonstrated QoS and resiliency characteristics, plus the end-point performance essential for delivering enterprise-class converged services. To illustrate these capabilities, engineers constructed a multi-path, multi-switch network to simulate a multi-site network with link-node- and site-level redundancy with a square-mesh resilient network of core switches, which was used to run converged services - voice, data and video.

Application Performance Management | Enterprise Architectures | IP Networks | Network Architectures | Network Convergence | QOS | VoIP

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