Carriers Add Value By Optimizing Application Performance

Wetzel, Rebecca; Sevcik, Peter
December 2007
Business Communications Review;Dec2007, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p52
Trade Publication
The article reports on business communications service providers and their adding value to their products via optimizing application performance. The author interviews several network service providers, including Verizon Business, AT&T, BT Global Services, and Orange Business Services. The author discusses various issues, including application delivery services, carrier-based application performance service level agreements, and predictions as to how the market will grow and develop in upcoming years.


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