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ADVA Launches Carrier Ethernet Edge GatewayADVA Launches Carrier Ethernet Edge Gateway

ADVA Optical Networking made available its FSP 150EG-X edge gateway

April 12, 2011

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ADVA Launches Carrier Ethernet Edge Gateway

VIENNA -- ADVA Optical Networking today announced the availability of its FSP 150EG-X edge gateway, which delivers cost-effective capacity, scalability and resiliency for Carrier Ethernet access and backhaul networks. The product combines scalability with operational simplicity and enables service providers to migrate toward a universal, Ethernet-centric network architecture below the provider edge.

The FSP 150EG-X is a high-capacity, non-blocking edge gateway that provides a central aggregation solution, acts as a timing gateway for synchronization services and includes the termination of pseudowire services. It enables service providers to scale their Carrier Ethernet backhaul offering to address larger applications, while providing a manageable, cost-effective platform that is optimized to deliver intelligent services.

"Service providers need to deliver Ethernet services that meet or exceed the reliability and security of SONET/SDH," said Christoph Glingener, the company's Chief Technology Officer. "With our FSP 150EG-X, we have introduced a platform providing highest service availability, scalability and simplicity for open access, mobile backhaul and business Ethernet applications."

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