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Technology and Business Benefits of Implementing MPLS

Source: Network Insight
This document provides a general overview of multiprotocol label switching (MPLS), detailing the architecture and technology benefits of implementation. MPLS greatly enhances the performance of internet protocol (IP) network traffic by allowing operators to engineer their IP backbones based on their unique data and voice transport requirements for improved network performance and sustainable profitability for packetbased services.


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