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802.17

An IEEE standard for a resilient packet ring. See RPR.
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The underlying technology demonstrated includes 802.
To give optical ethernet the same service restoration capability as SONET, the IEEE 802.
is driving the adoption of RPR in Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) by providing an expedient path for the development of new networking systems by equipment vendors with introduction of the networking industry's first commercially available 802.
The RPR MAC solution implements a complete RPR MAC supporting all key features of the IEEE 802.
Resilient Packet Ring (RPR): RPR is also known as IEEE 802.
7 billion in 2008, or 35% of the market -- Nortel is the worldwide revenue market share leader for both Ethernet over SONET/SDH and Ethernet over WDM -- Alcatel is second in the Ethernet over SONET/SDH category, followed closely by Cisco -- ADVA is second in the Ethernet over WDM category, followed closely by Cisco -- Two important standards were passed that are affecting the market positively, RPR 802.
Holden has contributed to standards efforts in the HyperTransport Consortium, the PCI-SIG, the NPF, the OIF, the ATM Forum, and IEEE 802.
New video services offered by telecom carriers are expected to fuel the demand for the Corrigent metro product line and accelerate carriers' plans to upgrade legacy metro equipment with products leveraging the emerging 802.