Security concerns over Metro Ethernet

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Ethernet technology has continually reinvented itself over the years to satisfy user requirements. It now supports a range of speeds from 10 Mbps to 10 Gbps, and due to the open, competitive nature of the Ethernet market, prices are very competitive. Ethernet has won the local area network (LAN) battle and is today a ubiquitous technology that provides connectivity for over 97 per cent of networking devices worldwide.

Ethernet can be used for a number of applications by different types of users, including large enterprises, small and medium-size businesses, central and local governments, content repositories (e.g. MPEG video, application services, e-mail, web servers, file servers and databases) as well as ...

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