RAD Intros Modem at CommunicAsia

SHDSL.bis modem has integrated router capabilities and is first in the market to incorporate a separate E1 uplink, says RAD

June 14, 2010

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TEL AVIV -- At CommunicAsia 2010 in Singapore, RAD Data Communications will exhibit a simple, cost-effective SHDSL.bis modem with integrated router capabilities that is the first in the market to incorporate a separate E1 uplink.

RAD's new ASMi-54L with integrated router can operate as a central office device or as customer premises equipment (CPE) according to user configuration. Its feature set is specifically designed for incumbent and alternative carriers and providers of business services to enterprise customers.

The built-in router incorporates various tools for secure and efficient Layer-3 IP connectivity over packet switched networks. These include Network Address Translation (NAT) to map a private single host IP address on the LAN to a single public IP address on the WAN, static Network Address Port Translation (NAPT) to map multiple LAN IP addresses to a single public IP address. The ASMi-54L router incorporates Quality of Service (QoS) attributes that provide different priorities to different services. In addition, the firewall, an integrated collection of security measures designed to prevent unauthorized electronic access to a networked computer system, handles DoS and DDoS attacks and supports stateful firewall.

RAD Data Communications Ltd.

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