RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Overture, the preferred Carrier Ethernet edge and aggregation partner for service providers and network operators worldwide, today announced its participation on a panel session at the upcoming Comptel Plus Convention and Expo to be held Oct 7-10 at the Gaylord Texan in Dallas. The panel session “Ethernet over Copper – A Technology Roadmap” kicks off at 9:00 AM local time in meeting room Grapevine 1 and will feature CTO Prayson Pate offering Overture’s insight and expertise on current and likely future developments for delivering Carrier Ethernet solutions over copper.
Panelists will also present case studies from real Ethernet over Copper (EoC) deployments that showcase the technology’s ability to offer customers a cost-effective, high-speed and often quicker alternative to fiber. Pate will focus on key features of advanced EoC solutions that help service providers create and assure the performance of their premium services.
|Comptel Plus Panel Discussion: “Ethernet over Copper – A Technology Roadmap”|
|Prayson Pate, CTO, Overture|
|Oct. 9, 2012 at 9:00 AM CT|
|Gaylord Texan, Dallas, TX; Meeting room Grapevine 1|
About Overture Networks
Overture is the preferred Carrier Ethernet edge and aggregation partner to more than 450 service providers and network operators worldwide. By providing an entrance to a smarter network, service providers can leverage Carrier Ethernet to multiply revenue and streamline operational costs by enabling high-capacity Ethernet services over any physical media, including fiber, copper and TDM. Overture’s solutions are designed for reliability and ease of use, and arm customers to compete in demanding applications such as cloud computing and mobile communications that require greater bandwidth and smarter networks. Overture is headquartered in Research Triangle Park, NC, with offices around the globe. For more information, visit http://www.overturenetworks.com.
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Source: Overture Networks