DukeNet Communications is proud to announce today that it has achieved the Metro Ethernet Forum’s (MEF) rigorous Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certification. The achievement was marked at the MEF’s quarterly meeting this week, July 22-25, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
The MEF launched its Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certification program in April 2012. After a successful “CE 1.0 Certification” program, the MEF began the CE 2.0 certification last year to focus on a longer list of critical attributes. CE 2.0 expands the certification to address class of service, manageability and interconnect for four service types that include E-LINE, E-LAN, E-TREE and E-ACCESS.
“CE 2.0 certification requires months of collaboration, network setup and testing,” explained David Herran, DukeNet’s Vice President of Network Architecture and Technology Planning. “CE 2.0 certification gives us the ability to confidently tell our customers that we can interconnect without issue. This certification carries a great deal of weight in our industry, and DukeNet is pleased to be among this small but key group of certified carriers.”
“CE 2.0 brings significant value-added benefits, matching enterprise users’ performance needs to services with specific Service Level Agreements (SLAs),” stated Nan Chen, President of the MEF.
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