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A physical medium for transmitting local-area-network (LAN) traffic at speeds of up to 100 Mbit/s.


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As Ethernet is making headway into service providers’ networks, Carrier Ethernet testing becomes essential. With its additional operation, administration and maintenance capabilities, Ethernet can now be viewed as a carrier-grade networking technology.


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As Ethernet is making headway into service providers’ networks, Ethernet testing becomes essential. This animated diagram presents EXFO's wide breadth of solutions for Ethernet turn-up testing, baselining, troubleshooting, monitoring and SLA validation.

Last updated: 2011-12-20

With the growing demand for 100G services, and the greater capacity and bandwidth that they require, networks are becoming increasingly complex. This animated diagram shows you how EXFO can help you meet 100G Ethernet testing challenges, in the lab and in the field.

Last updated: 2011-12-16

A comprehensive guide to network and service performance testing—comprised of six modules designed to assist you with Carrier Ethernet service testing.

  • Chap. 1: Carrier Ethernet Basics – an in-depth look at Carrier Ethernet, presents the network services and applications, as well as key Carrier Ethernet technologies.
  • Chap. 2: Carrier Ethernet Testing Technologies and Methodologies – the different testing standards including the new ITU-T Y.1564, as well as key elements of service lifecycle management and synchronization.

Last updated: 2011-11-29

A comprehensive guide to network and service performance testing, which is comprised of six informative modules, specifically designed to assist you with Carrier Ethernet service testing.

  • Chapter 3 : Service Turn-Up – An overview of the service turn-up/burn-in phase to deliver performance as specified in the service-level agreement (SLA).

Last updated: 2011-08-05