|By Business Wire||
|March 17, 2014 07:28 PM EDT||
Telco Systems, uma empresa do grupo BATM (LSE: BVC, TASE: BATM) e uma das principais provedoras de soluções de acesso MPLS e multisserviço compatível com Carrier Ethernet 2.0 para serviços de blackhaul móvel, Ethernet para negócios e rede em nuvem, está satisfeita em anunciar a solução E-Access Plus, uma expansão das soluções E-Access e de troca dos provedores que permite a interface rede a rede externa (E-NNI) flexível para a base da instalação de seus clientes.
Como uma das primeiras empresas que passou com êxito por todos os tipos de certificações de serviços MEF CE 2.0, incluindo o Access EPL e Access-EVPL, a Telco Systems expande sua solução de troca e venda por atacado com sua solução E-Access Plus recentemente anunciada. Os dispositivos híbridos Carrier Ethernet e MPLS E-Access Plus da Telco Systems podem ser posicionados em hotéis de operadoras de telecomunicações para oferecer o E-Access com certificação MEF CE 2.0, sem necessidade de atualizações dispendiosas das plataformas existentes de switches e roteadores. Os dispositivos com E-Access Plus da Telco Systems oferecem recursos de troca de 5 Gbps até 1 Tbps e têm suporte para milhares de serviços com conformidade MEF por dispositivo.
Os provedores de serviços de troca e venda por atacado são desafiados com oportunidades de negócios que exigem que eles forneçam banda larga fora de sua área de cobertura (isto é, off-net). Eles são confrontados com a opção de parceria com vários provedores e precisam dessa capacidade para complementar sua cobertura em áreas geográficas amplas.
E-Access Plus permite o E-NNI ajustável para lidar com os desafios em evolução das aplicações de troca, incluindo a tecnologia de multimarcação, qualquer manipulação de tráfego de rede, qualidade de serviço otimizada (QoS) e provisionamento automatizado de interconexões de rede de acesso. “Com o E-Access Plus, os provedores serão capazes de beneficiar-se da simplicidade da operação, lançamento rápido no mercado, capacidade de gerenciamento simples e soluções inovadoras altamente flexíveis”, afirmou Moshe Shimon, vice-presidente de gerenciamento de produto da Telco Systems.
Para estabelecer este tipo de interconexão, o portfolio do E-Access Plus da Telco Systems deve ser utilizado por sua flexibilidade e escalabilidade, combinado com o poderoso sistema de gerenciamento de serviços, EdgeGenie. Este sistema promove um custo total de propriedade superior, ao utilizar o EdgeGenie para acelerar o planejamento de rede, implantação, gerenciamento contínuo de novos serviços, gerenciamento de largura de banda modificável e garantia de serviço através de ferramentas robustas de monitoramento e teste de operações integradas de administração e manutenção (OAM). Além disso, ele foi totalmente testado e comprovado em campo com a utilização das linhas de produtos T-Marc e T-Metro da Telco Systems e permite uma implantação simples e padronizada de novos serviços. Esta combinação poderosa proporciona conectividade de rede inteligente e gerenciada remotamente.
“As soluções E-Access Plus e de troca dos provedores da Telco Systems nos permitirão chegar aos nossos clientes com recursos E-NNI e serviços off-net flexíveis, capacitando-nos a otimizar nossa rede para obter maiores receitas", disse Ande Hornig, chefe na Metro Optical Solutions. "Ao promover o portfolio integral de produtos Ethernet da Telco Systems, com certificação CE 2.0, a Metro Optical é capaz de oferecer rapidamente aos seus clientes novos serviços, permitindo uma experiência ideal do usuário e SLAs garantidos."
O T-Metro 8006 da Telco Systems é usado atualmente em vários locais de troca de provedores no mercado dos EUA, como um agregador off-net de E-NNI. Junto com o T-Metro 8006, a Telco Systems oferece uma solução completa de troca de fornecedores através da agregação de Carrier Ethernet e do portfolio de demarcação.
Sobre a Telco Systems
A empresa Telco Systems oferece uma família de produtos diversificados do robusto Carrier Ethernet e soluções de demarcação e agregação baseadas em MPLS, viabilizando aos provedores de serviços a criação de redes inteligentes, integrais, de serviço garantido e com certificação CE 2.0 para blackhaul móvel, serviços empresariais e rede em nuvem. Junto com o primeiro grupo de fornecedores a receber a certificação Metro Ethernet Forum Carrier Ethernet 2.0, a Telco Systems atende este padrão de nova geração com seu portfolio de produtos certificados com CE 2.0, Ethernet integral e produtos prontos para SDN e NFV, prometendo um auxílio significativo aos provedores de serviço de grande, médio e pequeno porte, assim como utilitários e operadoras de cidades competindo em um mercado de telecomunicações de rápida evolução. As soluções da empresa permitem às operadoras diferenciar seus serviços, responder às novas oportunidades de geração de receita e transformar a experiência de usuário, ao mesmo tempo em que reduzem as despesas gerais de funcionamento. Telco Systems é uma subsidiária integral da BATM Advanced Communications (LSE: BVC, TASE: BATM). Para saber mais, visite a Telco Systems em http://www.telco.com, siga a Telco Systems no Twitter e LinkedIn.
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