WATERLOO, ON. -- Sandvine, (TSX:SVC) a leading provider of intelligent broadband network solutions for fixed and mobile operators, today announced the launch of the Policy Traffic Switch (PTS) 32000. This next generation of Policy Traffic Switch is the world’s first 100GE network policy control element in a two rack unit (2RU) form factor.
Sandvine, the market leader in network policy control, continues its proud history of innovation with the introduction of the PTS 32000 which will offer service providers:
200 Gbps of throughput with full line-rate inspection
Up to 8 Tbps of throughput in a virtual switch cluster to meet the demands of the world’s largest networks
Support for up to 60 million concurrent flows
100GE, 40GE, and 10GE interfaces to accommodate any 100GE migration strategy
Suitable for installation at the edge, aggregation layer, or core of the network
Support for mixed clustering with existing PTS 22000 and PTS 24000 hardware to simplify 100GE migration for existing Sandvine customers
Industry leading power consumption per Gbps of inspection
Industry leading port density
Common software across all PTS models allowing service providers to leverage operational knowledge and hands-on expertise to further reduce total cost of ownership
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