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The term, Converged Interconnect Network (CIN), has been around for a few years now – but it is only now with its importance in enabling MSOs to deploy Distributed Access Architectures that it is getting more attention. Still not sure what it is?
For cable operators, business services have been a key growth engine for years. Ciena’s Darren McKinney explains how cable MSOs may need to offer or enhance SLAs as they move up-market, and how Carrier Ethernet has helped fuel that growth.
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