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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Network the Dragon: Telecoms in China

    Since 1978, when China started moving from a sluggish, inefficient, Soviet style centrally planned economy to a more market oriented system, GDP has grown at 8 - 10 per cent per annum. China's economic expansion is probably the most talked, written and argued about topic in global business today. The...

    Provided By Reliance Globalcom

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    The Convergence Conundrum

    Within the operator, the collapse of different network elements and infrastructures into a single platform supporting voice and data services makes the network much easier to manage. More importantly infrastructure convergence is set to halve existing operational costs, according to some operators that have already initiated a move to full...

    Provided By Reliance Globalcom

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Merging Networks Made Easy

    Mergers, mega-mergers and empire-building corporate weddings are back in vogue. Almost every day, there is news of some new billion-dollar combination. Seldom is it all plain sailing though. More often than not, the technology in use is completely different and has to be combined quickly, starting right at the heart...

    Provided By Reliance Globalcom

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Spanning the Enterprise With Gigabit Ethernet

    Today more than ever, companies are dependent upon their internal networks to keep their businesses operational. While the advent of the Internet has broadened the scope of this need and brought new ways in which networks are designed and utilized, it has not replaced the underlying technology by which most...

    Provided By Reliance Globalcom

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    The Convergence Conundrum

    Within the operator, the collapse of different network elements and infrastructures into a single platform supporting voice and data services makes the network much easier to manage. More importantly infrastructure convergence is set to halve existing operational costs, according to some operators that have already initiated a move to full...

    Provided By Reliance Globalcom

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Merging Networks Made Easy

    Mergers, mega-mergers and empire-building corporate weddings are back in vogue. Almost every day, there is news of some new billion-dollar combination. Seldom is it all plain sailing though. More often than not, the technology in use is completely different and has to be combined quickly, starting right at the heart...

    Provided By Reliance Globalcom

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Network the Dragon: Telecoms in China

    Since 1978, when China started moving from a sluggish, inefficient, Soviet style centrally planned economy to a more market oriented system, GDP has grown at 8 - 10 per cent per annum. China's economic expansion is probably the most talked, written and argued about topic in global business today. The...

    Provided By Reliance Globalcom

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Spanning the Enterprise With Gigabit Ethernet

    Today more than ever, companies are dependent upon their internal networks to keep their businesses operational. While the advent of the Internet has broadened the scope of this need and brought new ways in which networks are designed and utilized, it has not replaced the underlying technology by which most...

    Provided By Reliance Globalcom