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    An expert explains how to achieve global Internet breakout connections and gives examples of different connection options.

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    A report produced by broadband comparison service Cable.co.uk says commonly used broadband terminology baffles most consumers

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    In telecom news, a report found little competition among ISPs at higher broadband speeds, and Google discusses potential cost benefits with Title II reclassification.

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  • Overlay networks could revolutionize ISP backbone

    Overlay networks have already taken the data center by storm, but they also offer advantages to the ISP backbone network, including more agility and reduced Opex.

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  • Does MPLS fabric make sense as a backbone network underlay for ISPs?

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  • MPLS fabric is natural fit for ISP backbone overlays

    While data centers typically use an IP fabric under their network overlays, ISPs may find that MPLS fabric makes more sense as backbone underlays.

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  • How soon will we see ISPs using network overlays in the backbone?

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  • How network overlays could benefit provider backbones

    ISPs are weighing potential benefits of network overlays in the backbone, including increased agility, faster service provisioning and lower Opex.

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  • News recap: ISP Joytel expands using dark fiber

    In telecom news, Joytel plans to expand its service in Florida markets using dark fiber from Allied Fiber, while Huawei looks to thrive in the wake of Nokia's Alcatel-Lucent deal.

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