Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Good Advice on Building VoIP Infrastructure

Leonardo Faoro - The VoIP Weblog


TMC has a great article today about the choices facing local telephone companies and cable service providers as they make the move towards converged, packet-based services—especially VoIP. The article points out the QoS differences between MPLS and traditional enterprise Ethernet switching, and makes a case for Ethernet as the de facto data link standard on carrier networks. This is a good read if you’re trying to figure out what MPLS (multi-protocol label switching) is used for, too. Check out the ‘read’ link below.
Read http://www.tmcnet.com/tmcnet/columnists/articles/internet-telephony-voip-roi-network-infrastructure-architecture.htm http://www.tmcnet.com/tmcnet/columnists/articles/internet-telephony-voip-roi-network-infrastructure-architecture.htm
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