Covaro Networks puts Etherjack in the box

June 7, 2004

2 Min Read

RICHARDSON, Texas -- Over the years, carriers haven't been able to get Ethernet to deliver fully on its promise of serving as a solid source of revenue, but, with the introduction of two new products, the CC-16000 and CC-101, Covaro Networks will accelerate Ethernet's coming of age. The CC-16000 and CC-101 feature Covaro's patent-pending Etherjack Technology helps carriers connect with customers, build stronger relationships and generate new sources of revenue.

Using Covaro's CC-16000, carriers can take advantage of any existing infrastructure, including fiber, copper or leased DS1s/DS3s, to provide a wide range of popular business services to small, medium and large businesses. These services include 10/100/1000BT Ethernet, GbE, 100FX, Ethernet Metallic eXtensions (EMX), DS1, DS3 and OC-3/12 (STM-1/4). With extended temperature, flexible mounting and cabling options, the CC-16000 can reach customers from central office locations, co-located equipment spaces, outside cabinets and basement-located equipment in multi-tenant offices. The CC-16000 includes eVision, Covaro's element management system, which provides local and remote operations, administration, maintenance and provisioning capabilities.

Based at the customer premise, the CC-101 uses available copper facilities and bonding technology to deliver intelligent Ethernet services up to 18,000ft. - much farther than the 328ft. capabilities of 10/100BT interfaces. In addition to providing a solution for copper riser and outside plant applications, the CC-101 acts as a demarcation point between a carrier and its customer and provides unparalleled remote monitoring and diagnostics for Ethernet services. This monitoring and test ability helps carriers determine the exact location of a fault, preventing unnecessary, expensive truck rolls.

"Whether a carrier serves a campus or a small building, Covaro's CC-16000 and CC-101 offer a way for them to finally generate real revenue with Ethernet services," stated Joe Bass, president and CEO of Covaro Networks. "In some cases, carriers just haven't known the enormous possibilities of Ethernet, but with these new products, the days of promise are over, and the days of delivery are here."

Covaro Networks Inc.

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