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Service enhancements and improved network quality fuel Ethernet growth
Vertical Systems Group released its U.S. Leaderboard for ranking Ethernet service providers through the first half of 2012 – saying that new value-added enhancements, coupled with improved network quality, gave the market a solid boost. Vertical ranks service providers with 4% or more of the market based on billable enterprise port installations.“Our research clearly indicates rising demand for Ethernet access focused on connectivity to private clouds for data center hosting,” says Rick Malone, principal at Vertical Systems Group. “We expect to see increased deployments of these configurations, which could have an impact on Ethernet share results as early as year-end 2012.”AT&T topped the leaderboard, followed by Verizon, tw telecom, CenturyLink, Cox, XO, Time Warner Cable, and Level 3 Communications. The latter two just announced an agreement to boost Time Warner's capabilities (see "Time Warner Cable to expand its national network via agreement with Level 3").Other providers selling Ethernet services in the U.S. are segmented into two tiers by share of ports installed. The first tier includes seven providers (alphabetically): Charter Business, Cogent, Comcast Business, Optimum Lightpath, Reliance Globalcom, Windstream (includes Pantec), and Zayo Group (includes AboveNet). The second tier includes (alphabetically): Alpheus Communications, American Telesis, Bright House Networks, Canby, Cincinnati Bell, Consolidated Communications (includes Surewest), Expedient, FiberLight, Frontier, Integra, IP Networks, Lightower, Litecast, LS Networks, Masergy, Megapath, Met-Net, NTT America, Orange Business, Sidera Networks, Spirit, Sprint, SuddenLink, US Signal, Virtela, and others.Market shares for the mid-2012 U.S. Ethernet Leaderboard were calculated using Vertical’s base of enterprise installations, plus direct input and other data from surveys of Ethernet service providers.
T-VIPS to launch new TS adapter at upcoming IBC 2012
T-VIPS, a provider of professional video contribution and distribution equipment, says it plans to launch its new CP524 TS Adapter at IBC 2012, September 6 to 11 in Amsterdam. The adapter supports multi-stream (any input to any output), remultiplexing, and flexible format conversion and is designed for flexible repacking and delivery of content for multiple end points.“As well as the remultiplexing functionality, we’ve also included extra features such as interface conversion, advanced IP processing, redundancy, monitoring, and PSI/SI/PSIP handling,” says Johnny Dolvik, CEO at T-VIPS. “For many operators and service providers, our CP524 is the only MPEG-2 TS solution they will need, and since it’s a single unit, it reduces running costs and space requirements.”The CP524 offers network adaption between ASI, IP, SONET/SDH, and SMPTE 310 and is equipped with reliability features that include hitless switching with diversity reception, service fallback, and embedded redundancy control. Pre-production models of the CP524 have been successfully tested at operator sites and the product is now ready to ship, T-VIPS asserts.
Time Warner Cable to expand its national network via agreement with Level 3
Level 3 Communications Inc. (NYSE: LVLT) says it has signed a multi-year agreement with Time Warner Cable Inc. (NYSE: TWC) that will expand Time Warner Cable’s national network. The agreement includes core infrastructure services for enhancing the network’s redundancy and reliability. The companies also agreed on terms and conditions for exchanging IP traffic between their respective backbone networks."The strength of our network is at the center of all the services we provide our more than 15 million customers, and we continue to expand the reach and capacity, as well as improve the reliability of that network to best serve our customers today and in the future," said Mike LaJoie, executive vice president and CTO for Time Warner Cable. "Through these agreements, Level 3 continues to be a valuable partner in the growth of our Network's capacity and strength."“Service providers recognize that network reliability is essential to a superior customer experience for both residential and enterprise clients,” says Jack Waters, Level 3’s chief technology officer. "By leveraging the extensive reach of the Level 3 network, Time Warner Cable will be better positioned to deliver a highly reliable portfolio of services to its customers. We are pleased to have expanded our longstanding business relationship with Time Warner Cable through these agreements."
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