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As the value of Ethernet beyond the LAN is becoming increasingly accepted, there are numerous activities underway to overcome the shortcomings just identified and truly transform Ethernet into a mass market service. One such effort is to make it carrierclass. In its transformation to being a viable candidate beyond the LAN, this effort is a prerequisite, and although there has been considerable work done in this area, it still largely remains in its infancy. The increasing competition, especially from newer players such as Cable/MSOs in North America, is making the cannibalization scenario moot; it is not simply about losing out on some of the existing revenue but rather losing out on customers (and hence, losing out on all revenue). The latter situation is obviously less acceptable to incumbent Service Providers, and they have no choice but to undertake Ethernet deployment more aggressively and seize the growing demand for Ethernet services. The fact that numerous up and coming services like Voice over IP (VOIP) are actually better suited to deployment over an Ethernet/IP infrastructure and that legacy services can be accommodated by circuit emulation techniques is actually negating the cannibalization argument. The next chapter begins with a formal definition of Carrier Ethernet services and presents the broader framework that identifies the specific capabilities necessary to enable such services in Service Provider MANs and WANs. It also identifies all the various standards-based and commercial activities in the realm of Carrier Ethernet that are intent on positioning it for dominance, much like in the LAN. Not surprisingly, these enablers mirror, to some extent, the Ethernet story line in the LAN.
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