Corecess Intros IP DSLAM
Corecess Global is the North America Business Unit of Corecess Corporation of South Korea, recently named by Deloitte & Touche as the third-fastest growing technology company in Asia-Pacific. Corecess has shipped more than 2.7 million DSL lines worldwide to date and has seen rapid business growth outside of its Asian market. Its new products (see related press releases issued today) integrate Layer 3 routing into DSLAMs, resulting in significantly lower cost of ownership for operators.
Designed for the carrier market worldwide, the Corecess 6800 offers up to 384 DSL lines from a compact chassis. A series of 24 port line cards are available, including G.DMT ADSL, ADSL2+, and SHDSL. The system’s dual optical Gigabit Ethernet ports allow operators to choose between cascading multiple shelves that have high network capacity for “triple play” type services of voice, video and data.
The Corecess 6800 is available with two controller options. The SPC controller supports core high-speed data services of a traditional DSLAM very cost effectively. The MPC module offers a complete Layer 3 edge routing capability, including IGMP, Diffserv, VLAN tagging and MPLS. The MPC module enables the Corecess 6800 to support full-service triple-play services such as broadcast video and video-on-demand (VoD), as well as residential and business data services.
“Deployment of IP DSLAMs have exploded in the Asian market,” noted Steve Klein, vice president and general manager of Corecess Global. “We are now seeing the momentum build in the North American market where the higher level of features, combined with extremely attractive economics, makes IP DSLAMs of great interest.”
In addition to the Corecess 6800, Corecess also offers the Corecess 6804, which is a 96-line version of the Corecess 6800 designed into a compact shelf. Both products can be easily upgraded from a basic data service to full-service configuration in service by changing out the SPC controller to the MPC version.
“The rapid growth of IP services such as streaming video, Internet data and interactive TV has spurred the need to evolve the core network from ATM to IP,” commented Steve Klein. “Quality of service can be equally managed on IP today, and the economics of IP simply demand migration. Corecess Global is proud to be leading the way with advanced IP access solutions such as our Corecess 6800 Series.”