Overture Ups Ethernet Edge Density

Overture announces general availability of its 4000cp high density Ethernet edge device

October 8, 2012

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DALLAS -- Overture, the preferred Carrier Ethernet edge and aggregation partner for service providers and network operators worldwide, today announced the general availability of its new Ethernet demarcation device, the Overture 4000cp. The latest addition to Overture’s Ethernet over bonded copper (EoC) family, the Overture 4000cp helps service providers and network operators deliver hundreds of Mbps of premium Ethernet services to areas outside of existing fiber networks.

“Our customers asked us to bring to market a new edge solution that can cost-effectively bond up to 24 copper pairs for their high-bandwidth applications. The catch was that it had to incorporate all of the advanced service features and powerful management capabilities of our other EoC and optical products,” said Vijay Raman, vice president product management and marketing, Overture. “With our new 4000cp, service providers can quickly capitalize on unrealized revenue opportunities by extending high-speed performance assured Ethernet services beyond their current optical boundaries.”

“Providers today are looking for innovative solutions that allow them to tap into new revenue streams while reducing costs and without introducing new layers of complexity,” said Stan Hubbard, senior analyst, Heavy Reading. “Solutions like the Overture 4000cp that can help carriers magnify return from readily available copper networks yet reduce capital expenditures are the ones that will succeed in the market.”

Overture Networks Inc.

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