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USA - What Exchanges Can Do For Your Business

Join industry experts Chris Purdy, specification editor of Carrier Ethernet Service Constructs in the MEF’s technical committee; Eric Gillenwater, Vice President, Worldwide Development at CENX and Mathew Duckworth from Verizon Carrier Solutions as they discuss the impact of Carrier Ethernet Exchanges on the Ethernet Marketplace.
In this session you will learn:
How the Metro Ethernet Forum defines Carrier Ethernet
The explosive growth forecast for the Ethernet Market
The challenges faced by today’s Carrier Ethernet Service Providers
The benefits of the exchange model
We will also share a real world example of how Verizon is leveraging CENX’s Ethernet Exchange to sign more business and reduce time to revenue.
Recorded Nov 9 2010 45 mins
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Chris Purdy, MEF, Eric Gillenwater, CENX and Matthew Duckworth, Verizon Carrier Solutions
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