Telco Systems Intros T-Metro 200

Telco Systems introduces T-Metro 200, metro Ethernet access platform with two additional gigabit uplinks and enhanced features

March 20, 2006

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FOXBORO, Mass. -- Telco Systems today introduced the T-Metro 200, the second in a series of carrier-class, multiservice metro Ethernet access platforms for carriers and service providers. T-Metro 200 has two additional gigabit uplinks offering bandwidth prioritization and higher network availability. The unique solution combines Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) and Hierarchical Virtual Private LAN Services (HVPLS) with Circuit Emulation Services (CES).

The T-Metro enables ILECs, CLECs, IXC, IOC, ISP, MSO cable providers, cellular and emerging carriers to deliver a wide range of managed metro Ethernet services, a variety of Virtual Private Network (VPN) services, and legacy TDM services from core networks to customers’ premises. T-Metro’s MPLS functionality allows service providers to distribute intelligence to the network edge, coupled with the CES capability that reduces operational costs and increases revenue streams.

"Our T-Metro 100 received a tremendous response from our customers because of this unique combination of VPLS/MPLS with the CES capability," said Dave Lee, Vice President of Marketing and Services of Telco Systems. "The additional features of bandwidth prioritization and network availability in the T-Metro 200 add an even greater level of network intelligence in delivering and migrating a wide range of services, without having to rip out legacy equipment.”

Telco Systems (BATM)

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