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Why LTE requires low latency

There are two obvious reasons why LTE networks will require both lower latency and higher bandwidth backhaul: LTE simply is…


Why LTE requires low latency

There are two obvious reasons why LTE networks will require both lower latency and higher bandwidth backhaul: LTE simply is…


LTE: Cleaning up the cell site

I’ve winced every time I’ve heard the time “convergence” over the past several years. Convergence has always been a marketing…


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  • Acronym Guide

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    P2P

    Peer-To-Peer
    A distributed application architecture for computer networks that partitions tasks between equally privileged peer nodes. Unlike in a client-server model, a P2P network does now use a centralized administrative system.

    P2P

    Point-to-Point
    A telecommunications system with a single path between a pair of locations. Typically used to describe microwave radio connectivity capabilities.

    PAA

    Performance Assurance Agent™
    Since its introduction in 2008, PAA has been widely deployed to address both Layer 2 and Layer 3 testing, especially due to its ease of configuration and use. While PAA continues to be deployed and remains fully supported, TWAMP has also been added to the Accedian performance assurance suite for Layer 3 testing, specifically for applications where standards-based and inter-vendor testing are required.

    PBB-TE

    Provider Backbone Bridge Traffic Engineering
    As defined by IEEE 802.1Qay-2009, this standard adapts Ethernet technology to carrier-class transport networks. Also referred to as Provider Backbone Transport (PBT).

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