What Is Ethernet-Dedicated Internet?

What Is Ethernet-Dedicated Internet?

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Ethernet-dedicated internet access (Ethernet DIA) is a continuous, high-bandwidth method for enterprises to connect their LANs with the public internet and streamline the performance of their WAN. It is a relatively new alternative to legacy technologies that can’t handle today’s escalating bandwidth requirements, and it is currently being employed by about 15% of enterprises.

This e-guide explains Ethernet DIA in detail and answers the following questions:

  • Which providers are offering it?
  • What are the advantages of using it over other WAN technologies?
  • How are other enterprises using it?

Read on to learn more about Ethernet DIA and the advantages that it could offer your enterprise.

Vendor:
Cox Communications, Inc.
Posted:
04 Aug 2014
Published:
04 Aug 2014
Format:
PDF
Length:
8 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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