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Siemens reveals plans for new carrier-grade Ethernet product.

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Siemens Information and Communication Networks (ICN), a provider of communication solutions for enterprises and carriers, has said that the company intends to report on a new carrier-grade Ethernet product for access and aggregation networks at the Broadband World Forum 2004 in Venice, Italy.

The company has said that the new Ethernet product provides a cost-efficient and future-proof platform for broadband services.

Siemens said that the concept is implemented using VLAN and MPLS technologies, allowing a separation for security and service control, and the flexible provisioning of QoS and SLAs, with advanced mechanisms for ring protection (ERP, RPR) and MPLS fast failovers, sub-50 ms restoration times are possible.

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