Telco Systems Releases Value-Optimized CE 2.0 1GE Demarcation Device

By CIOReview | Monday, September 28, 2015
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MANSFIELD, MA: Expanding the product portfolio that enables service providers to create an intelligent end-to-end Carrier Ethernet 2.0 and MPLS edge network; Telco Systems, introduces Value-Optimized CE 2.0 demarcation device with T-Marc 3306 for mobile backhaul and business services. The new offer from the developers of market edge telecom network solution advances the timing protocol and extensive OAM tools with 1GE Network Interface Device (NID).

The technology package offers an ideal combination of affordability and capability by integrating seamlessly into any network with guaranteed security ensuring proper delivery of Carrier Ethernet business services. It promises to be a suitable carrier application by helping service providers to establish a more efficient, easy to manage and maintain network. The product consolidates 8Gb switching capacity, Layer 2 QoS and HQoS functionality, high resiliency, and a host of essential features in a compact 1RU design.

"For service providers to succeed and thrive in the multi-carrier networking market, they must be able to provide and manage high quality, converged Ethernet services for business and mobile backhaul at a competitive price," says Moshe Shimon, Vice President Product Management and Marketing, Telco Systems.

As part of Telco Systems patented Open Metro Edge (OME) solution, service providers receives new services quickly and flexibly while reducing the cost of carrying traffic. This comprehensive set of OAM tools, with small footprint; low power consumption and extended temperature support ensures low operating expenses (OPEX) too.

"T-Marc 3306 offers the comprehensive feature set they need in a low-CAPEX, high-performance device that integrates seamlessly into any network. It significantly reduces network operating costs while delivering high quality Layer 2 functionality" adds Shimon.