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RAD Data Communications has unveiled its IPmux-24 Gigabit Ethernet pseudowire gateway

July 16, 2007

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CHICAGO -- RAD Data Communications, the telecommunications industry pioneer of pseudowire technology, has unveiled its feature-rich IPmux-24 gigabit ethernet pseudowire gateway.

“The IPmux-24 represents the next generation in pseudowire access solutions,” states Ron Agam, senior product line manager at RAD Data Communications. “What makes it unique is that it combines fast ethernet and gigabit ethernet switching with the widest support of pseudowire standards in the industry and ASIC-driven high performance including precise clock recovery and ultra low latency,” he adds. RAD’s next generation pseudowire gateways are the only ones on the market capable of supporting all modes of TDM emulation, including TDMoIP, CESoPSN and SAToP-RFC 4553.

Cellular backhaul and leased line replacement

“The IPmux-24 allows cellular backhaul transport providers to meet the specific needs of mobile operators,” Agam explains. “Because these providers host multiple operators, they must be able to simultaneously support each operator’s chosen backhaul technology, from delay-sensitive CDMA and EVDO to timing-sensitive GSM and UMTS,” he adds. RAD’s new ASIC enables the IPmux-24 to transport backhaul traffic over IP, ethernet or MPLS networks using any standard TDM emulation technology, and with the lowest latency and most precise timing. For advanced data services, such as 4G WiMAX, the IPmux-24 can also be used as an ethernet demarcation device based on its flexible ethernet bridge support for 802.1D and 802.1Q networks, including Q-in-Q and rate limitation, while ensuring the priority and quality of the TDM service.

RAD Data Communications Ltd.

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