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OE Solutions, AimValley Intro OAM 3.0 Smart SFP

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CHICAGO -- OE Solutions and AimValley introduce Ethernet OAM 3.0 Smart SFP for service assurance in mobile backhaul, business access and mission critical networks.

Service Level Assurance and service turn-up in packet based networks require tools to monitor and troubleshoot end-to-end services. The OAM 3.0 Smart SFP provides operators with these tools by simply replacing a conventional SFP with a Smart SFP.

On top of the existing feature set, the new OAM 3.0 Smart SFP collects key performance indicators such as availability, packet throughput, loss and delay for CE2.0 services on private and virtual E-Line and E-LAN topologies. The SFP supports several hundreds of parallel test sessions with high rate tools for loss and delay measurement, allowing operators to continuously monitor their services and proactively pinpoint a variety of transient service degradations on mobile backhaul and business access networks. All these OAM capabilities are offered at Gigabit Ethernet wire speed with multi-service Y.1564 test loopbacks and extremely low latency while serving a wide range of optical reaches.

“The OAM 3.0 Smart SFP complements our portfolio of Smart Service Assurance solutions with a high density Ethernet OAM pluggable NID inside an SFP. It is more than 100 times more powerful than the current generation”, said Theo Muys, CEO of AimValley. “Along with our existing Ethernet OAM and IP OAM Smart SFP we now offer a complete product portfolio for vendor independent Smart Service Assurance.”

Visit OE Solutions and AimValley, at Light Reading’s Big Telecom Event in Chicago, IL from June 17-18, 2014, for a live demonstration of the OAM 3.0 Smart SFP in combination with the CreaNode3000, the Ultra-Performance Network Measurement Probe with SDN-ready accuracy, reach and flexibility from Creanord. You will find us at booth #C2.

OE Solutions Co. Ltd.

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