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Many network engineers need help understanding Service Provider networks. Even if they know MPLS or BGP as a technology, they struggle to find material for the other essential parts of the Service Provider architecture. For example, how SP networks are connected, how countries and continents are connected, what is POP or virtual POP, and how they are connected. Seeing the big picture would be great.
Understand end-to-end traffic flow between the Mobile Operator users and the broadband providers. How are countries connected to the Internet, how do Submarine and Terrestrial Cables work, how do SDH/SONET and DWDM, and how does the transmission network interact with IP networks? Where are the Internet Hubs, and how Interconnection between the networks is done? Although the name is Service Provider Design, all network engineers from different businesses will benefit from this course.
Since the targeted audience is vast, I don’t want anyone to struggle with the payment. Thus I keep the cost of this workshop very low.