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Content Switch Test
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2/3/2003  |  5 comments
Content Switch Test Highlights:
* 3 market-ready switches
* Great scaleability
* Edge goes to Netscaler
Metro Edge Router Test
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12/10/2002  |  31 comments
Edge Router Test Highlights:
* Great VPN Delivery
* Great Scaleability
* Slight edge to Laurel
Multiservice Switch Test
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11/26/2002  |  39 comments
Multiservice Switch Test Highlights:
*Alcatel Stars
*Terrific ATM
*Good MPLS
*Other Vendors MIA
Carrier-Class IPSec: the Bigger the Better
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6/5/2002  |  19 comments
VPN Test Highlights:
* Max t-put: 965.8 Mbit/s
* Min latency: 19.2 ms
* Thumbs: two, up
Grooming Switches: Key Requirements
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5/29/2002  |  3 comments
Step 1 in Light Reading's ultimate test of optical grooming switches
* What carriers want
* What's behind the test
* Potential players
Invites Go Out for Metro DWDM Test
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5/28/2002  |  1 comment
The test will focus on:
* Fault Management
* Provisioning
* Price
Test and Measurement Report, Part 3: In the Field
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4/8/2002  |  2 comments
New field testers help carriers:
* Save truck rolls
* Test more with less
* Deliver better service
Test and Measurement Report, Part 2: R&D
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3/18/2002  |  1 comment
Emerging trends can help equipment makers:
* Scoop the market
* Streamline R&D
* Keep costs down
Test and Measurement Report, Part 1: Manufacturing
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3/11/2002  |  Post a comment
How the latest developments can help vendors:
* Dive Down Costs
* Ramp Up Quality
* Shorten Time to Market
Two Gigabits, One Vendor
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1/5/2002  |  5 comments
We asked five vendors for 2-Gbit/s SAN switches, and only QLogic stepped up to the challenge. The good news: Performance is excellent
The Internet Core Routing Test: Complete Results
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6/29/2001  |  Post a comment
Raw data:
IP baselines
MPLS baselines
Jitter and latency
More
Internet Core Router Test
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3/6/2001  |  438 comments
In the first head-to-head comparison of 10-Gbit/s routers:
* Juniper's M160 outpaced Cisco's 12416 in seven out of the 16 tests
* They tied in five, and Cisco won in four
* Charlotte's Networks and Foundry Networks failed to place


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