Ethernut.net is a news site created to provide the most focused news and information covering Ethernet in the telecommunications industry. Areas of interest include the deployment of Carrier Ethernet by service providers and MSOs, as well as utilities and rural operators who are providing communication services within their community.
Our goal is to serve our readership with the tools they need to learn Carrier Ethernet for commercial services, mobile backhaul, residential services – a kind of ‘nuts and bolts’ for all things Carrier Ethernet.
These news feeds are supplemented with articles from industry experts who have devoted their careers to Carrier Ethernet and related communications technologies. Their comments are based on extensive research and real life interactions with service providers and carriers across the industry worldwide.
Nir Daube has over 12 years experience working in Telecom, he has vast technical knowledge of the industry and focus his articles around carrier class protocols and other technical items.
Irit Gillath has been in the telecom industry for over 15 years and has worked through her career with variety of service providers, utilities as well as telephony providers.
Nir Halachmi spent the past 10 years developing and managing telecommunication products within both the wired and the wireless industry and has worked across various technologies including Carrier Ethernet, circuit emulation, MPLS, IP, Wi-Fi and WiMAX. His articles typically focus on both cellular and wireless technology as well as QoS, data security and communications.
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