what does it mean: converged network services?


I

ILiya

Hello,
Would anyone please explain the meaning of these technical terms to me
explicitely (for translation purposes, not quite sure if i'm correct to
address them here but still maybe someone will help me):

1. converged packet infrastructure
2. converged network services
3. Service Separation Architecture
4. Switch Fabric

Thank you in advance!
 
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Neteng

Sounds like you've been talking to a Marketing/Sales person!

1. converged packet infrastructure - Never heard this one before, but it
sounds like #2 so look there please
2. converged network services - Here they combine voice, data, and video
across a single infrastructure (routers and switches)
3. Service Separation Architecture - Another new one, but it sounds like the
opposite of #2
4. Switch Fabric - The backplane of a switch. As data flows from one port to
another it crosses the switch fabric.
 
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Hello,
Would anyone please explain the meaning of these technical terms to me
explicitely (for translation purposes, not quite sure if i'm correct to
address them here but still maybe someone will help me):

1. converged packet infrastructure
2. converged network services
3. Service Separation Architecture
4. Switch Fabric

Thank you in advance!
Convergence is a movement in technology to combine resources and applications onto one level platform for interoperability and optimization. It not only encompasses migrating streaming applications such as voice and video onto one IP based infrastructure, but movements in network technologies to streamline system management and reduce hardware to maximize efficiency.
 
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