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Evertz Demos SDN Switching Platform at BTE

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CHICAGO -- Directly following the deployment of multiple EXE’s at ESPN, Evertz will be featuring it’s 46Tb/s EXE SDN Open switching platform to the networking community at the Big Telecom Event in Chicago.

With 5000 installations over 10 years and 860 Tb/s under SDN control already, Evertz is releasing the EXE to service providers worldwide including media organizations, SDN controller vendors and data analytic developers.

The EXE is a versatile platform with a 46Tb/s data plane, 320Gb/s control plane, and modular line card architecture. This new architecture provides a future proof vehicle for rapid deployment and iteration through the flexibility of interchangeable in-line processing cards taking advantage of the latest in CPU, FPGA, ASIC, and DSP technology.

The extensive internal switch capacity of the EXE allows for unification of compute, memory and networking into a single, tightly bound platform while reducing CAPEX and OPEX through power consumption savings.

The EXE enables SDN / NFV architectures whereby network orchestration, control, monitoring, configuration management, and business systems can all be efficiently integrated. Using the SDN / NFV model, the largest Media Organizations can now deliver highly optimized workflows which ultimately increase productivity.

Visit Evertz at the Big Telecom Event June 17-18, 2014 in Chicago, where it is highlighting the EXE and its SDNx software solutions to the Networking Community and its Innovation leaders.

Evertz Microsystems Ltd.

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