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RAD to demonstrate intelligent ethernet demarcation

RAD Data Communications Ltd : 25 May, 2005  (Company News)
At the upcoming SUPERDemo, to be held under the auspices of the Metro Ethernet Forum at SUPERCOMM 2005 in Chicago, RAD Data Communications will demonstrate a solution that will allow carriers to provide different levels of Ethernet service for business customers over an Ethernet backbone.
At the upcoming SUPERDemo, to be held under the auspices of the Metro Ethernet Forum at SUPERCOMM 2005 in Chicago, RAD Data Communications will demonstrate a solution that will allow carriers to provide different levels of Ethernet service for business customers over an Ethernet backbone.

RAD's ETX intelligent Ethernet-over-fiber device provides a clear demarcation point between user and provider networks when using Ethernet in the Local Loop, guaranteeing end-to-end control up to the customer premises. 'Carriers are now designing different services for enterprise customers, delay sensitive, error sensitive data and best effort data, for example, over new packet-switched networks,' explains Jacky Acoca, Business Development Manager at RAD Data Communications. 'These services will necessitate different Quality of Service guarantees in order to be provisioned,' Acoca continues. 'By connecting the ETX to the MEF's Ethernet core at SUPERDemo, carriers will be able to see how they can offer services such as inter-office LAN connectivity, Internet access and video while providing different levels of service quality guarantees.'

Second Generation TDMoIP ASICAt SUPERDemo, RAD will also demonstrate its evaluation board for its second generation TDM over IP pseudowire ASIC. Fully compatible with RAD's current TDMoIP ASIC, the second generation ASIC will comply with all the TDM over pseudowire standards of the ITU-T, IETF, MEF and MFA Forum, as well as additional features and enhancements. The ASIC provides clock recovery complying with the G.823/824 jitter and wander requirements of the traffic and synchronization interfaces. Samples will be available this November.

Developed by RAD and introduced to the market in 1999, RAD's patented TDMoIP technology transparently transports circuit switched traffic, including signaling, over packet switched networks.
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