Metro Ethernet Will Overtake Competing Technologies by 2015 Within San Diego Market According to New Report by Enteracloud

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Enteracloud announces the release of a comprehensive report on the San Diego Metro Ethernet market. San Diego's Metro Ethernet market is projected to overtake competing technologies by 2015. Increasing bandwidth requirements, growth in MAN terminations in buildings, and growing need to minimize expenditures and improve service revenues are expected to drive demand for Metro Ethernet.

San Diego Metro Ethernet

San Diego Metro Ethernet

Metro Ethernet will overtake competing technologies by 2015 in San Diego.

Metro Ethernet technology has become an integral element of today's telecommunications industry. Metro Ethernet, with its sophisticated carrier-class features, has significantly transformed the telecom industry and has enabled the industry to provide numerous services to vast areas at a lower cost. The technology extends flexibility to be positioned as a point-to-point connectivity or Internet access in a cost-efficient manner. Several carriers are increasingly deploying large-scale Metro Ethernet networks not only for the delivery of the triple play services, but also for delivery of Ethernet private lines, virtual private lines, and Ethernet virtual private LAN services. However, the availability of Metro Ethernet remains a point of concern for service providers as huge investments associated with the building of a metro Ethernet network restrain service providers to extend the service, especially in currently under-served regions in San Diego.

Switch constitutes the largest Metro Ethernet equipment type in the world, as stated by the new market research report on Metro Ethernet. Metro Wave Division Multiplexing (WDM) market is poised to register the fastest compounded annual rate of growth over the analysis period. Factors such as flexibility, power, and simplicity make Metro Ethernet a more appropriate choice than older network technologies such as SONET, frame relay, and ATM services. In the San Diego Retail Metro Ethernet market, E-Line market constitutes the largest service type, both in terms of revenue and number of ports.

Major players profiled in the report include Enteracloud Solutions, 3Com Corporation, Alcatel-Lucent, AT&T Inc., Bell Canada, Brocade Communications Systems, Cisco Systems Inc., Cogent Communications Inc., Extreme Networks Inc., Fujitsu Limited, Global Crossing Limited, HP ProCurve Networking, Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd, Level 3 Communications Inc., Nortel Networks Corporation, Optimum Lightpath Inc., Qwest Communications International Inc., Reliance Globalcom Ltd., Singapore Telecommunications Limited, Tata Communications Ltd., tw telecom Inc., Verizon Communications Inc., and ZTE Corporation.

The report titled "Enteracloud expands reach and availability of Metro Ethernet for San Diego" announced by Enteracloud, provides overview of market scenario, trends, competitive scenario, product/service launches, and recent industry activity. The study analyzes San Diego market data and analytics in terms of revenues by the following equipment types - Switch, Multi-Service Positioning Platform, Routing and Metro Wave Division Multiplexing. The San Diego Retail Metro Ethernet market is analyzed in terms of revenue and number of ports by service types, which include E-Line, Ethernet Access, and E-LAN. Additionally, the San Diego Metro Ethernet Services market is analyzed by number of subscribers.

About Enteracloud Solutions

Enteracloud Solutions is a leading provider of infrastructure and cloud services for small businesses. By offering a complete portfolio of solutions that includes San Diego Colocation, Los Angeles Colocation and Phoenix Colocation they are able to provide customers end to end solutions. Enteracloud Solutions is based in Carlsbad, California. For more information about Enteracloud Solutions, please visit their website at, email support(at)enteracloud(dot)com or 858-433-8650.


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