Telrad Intros Demarc

Telrad Networks brings PBT to the customer edge; introduces TAG-12 carrier Ethernet demarcation CPE

June 17, 2008

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LOD, Israel -- Telrad Networks, a developer of carrier-grade telecommunications equipment, introduced today the TAG-12 Carrier Ethernet Demarcation device.

TAG12 is a metro Ethernet carrier-class Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) unit for demarcation device. The system allows intelligent and cost effective FE and GbE optical service demarcation. Carrier Ethernet demarcation devices answer service provider’s requirements for end-to-end management of Ethernet services and subscribers.

The TAG-12 is appropriate for business, mobile backhaul for 4G and MTU applications, allowing multiple services on one device. The CPE provides simple, advanced and PBB-TE demarcation abilities. The system is fully scalable, and the multiple-protocol demarcation abilities allow service providers to protect their investment in the TAG-12 product.

“Customers want a complete solution, so we provide Ethernet over PDH, Pseudowire, and Ethernet demarcation,” said Itshak Aisner, VP Product Management of Telrad Networks. “Using a network processor as the basis, we provide a unified form factor to provide a wide range of configurations for Tier 1 and Tier 2 vendors looking for fast time to market and reduced risk, as they enter the Carrier Ethernet market. We provide technology that can support both PBT and MPLS deployments, covering both today's needs and future network evolution.”

Telrad Networks Ltd.

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