Routerless Aggregation: Converging Data And TDM Networks (2003)

By Benoit Legault, ADC

MSOs interested in remaining competitive and deploying new services are faced with two network architecture options. Traditional routing-intensive metro networks offer clear benefits for data services, but fall short on the ability to converge data and TDM networks. Innovative MSOs interested in offering voice and other delay-sensitive services should deploy a network architecture with fewer router: “routerless aggregation”.

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