What is EVPL Ethernet?
EVPL Ethernet is a data service that provides a point-to-point Ethernet virtual connection (EVC) between a pair of dedicated user-network interfaces (UNIs).
EVPL Ethernet allows for service multiplexing, where multiple EVCs are supported at the UNI.
EVPL Ethernet is considered an E-Line service type with attributes that include low frame delay, frame delay variation and frame loss ratio.
As businesses consider the best way to build connectivity between offices and locations, EVPL Ethernet has become an oft-implemented technology. But what is EVPL Ethernet, and how can it help businesses improve connectivity while reducing costs and simplifying administrative tasks? Here’s a brief introduction to “What is EVPL Ethernet?” and how it can benefit businesses.
What is EVPL Ethernet?
Ethernet Virtual Private Line, or EVPL, is a data service defined by the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) that provides point-to-point and multiple EVCs between a pair of dedicated UNIs.
What is EVPL Ethernet designed to do?
EVPL Ethernet is designed to provide fast, reliable and secure hub-and-spoke connectivity between a main office or location and multiple other locations.
What is EVPL Ethernet’s greatest benefit?
The biggest benefit of EVPL Ethernet is the ability to connect two or more local-area networks (LANs) in multiple offices while streamlining network management.
What is EVPL Ethernet’s impact on connectivity costs?
EVPL Ethernet is one of the most cost-effective options for connectivity, especially considering the speed it provides.
What is EVPL Ethernet speed?
EVPL Ethernet can typically deliver data at speeds up to 10 Gbps.
What is EVPL Ethernet with Spectrum Enterprise?
Spectrum Enterprise provides EVPL services to businesses in a variety of industries. For companies with a headquarters and branch offices, EVPL can deliver high-speed, point-to-multipoint connectivity. For companies with multiple locations, EVPL from Spectrum Enterprise can help streamline network management while enabling multiplexing multiple services on a single UNI at a hub or aggregation site.
With Spectrum Enterprise EVPL, all data travels within the secure domain of a Layer 2 dedicated, high-capacity, point-to-point connection at native Ethernet speeds. All data traffic is aggregated on a single network between one central location or data center and smaller locations. A single handoff reduces the expense of network equipment and management.