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MRV Upgrades Demarc

MRV adds circuit emulation services to Optiswitch 900 demarcation device for cellular backhaul

October 15, 2007

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CHATSWORTH, Calif. -- MRV COMMUNICATIONS, INC. (Nasdaq: MRVC), a leading provider of products and services for WDM and optical transport, metro Ethernet, fiber optic components, 10GE, out-of-band networking and other service aware networking products today announced new pseudo-wire circuit emulation services (CES) for its OptiSwitch® 910-M (OS910-M) demarcation device platform.

By integrating the CES technology into the OS910-M Gigabit Ethernet demarcation device, service providers can offer a migration path for transporting T1/E1 circuits over Metro Ethernet packet-switched networks. The OS910-M allows the implementation of multi-port Gigabit Ethernet and CES gateway functionality for cellular backhaul applications across the Metro Ethernet network.

Stan Hubbard, Ethernet analyst for Heavy Reading said, "Carrier Ethernet has the versatility and scalability to make it an incredibly appealing option for service providers that need a cost-effective, reliable solution to offer their customers. MRV’s demarcation devices offer both the functionality and reliability to integrate into a carrier network, enabling service providers to save on capex and opex, and provide features to meet the growing bandwidth demands of their enterprise customers."

MRV Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: MRVC)

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