WASHINGTON -- BTI Systems, an award-winning provider of cloud and metro networking software and systems to content and service providers around the world, today announced the expansion of the company’s Carrier Ethernet (CE) access and aggregation portfolio with the addition of the BTI SA-821 and BTI SA-822 platforms.
With BTI’s fully integrated, end-to-end, CE 2.0-compliant portfolio, service providers can cost effectively offer 1GE to 100GE Ethernet business, mobile backhaul and cloud connectivity services through a highly resilient and deterministic access network. MEF CE 2.0 compliance enables service providers to deliver innovative services that meet stringent Service Level Agreement (SLA) requirements.
Providing metro cloud connectivity solutions to the top cloud and service providers around the globe, BTI recently announced key customer wins with data center provider, CyrusOne; colocation provider, Interxion; and Asia-Pacific-based integrated technology solutions provider, Pacnet. As part of its ongoing commitment to deliver purpose-built metro cloud platforms unifying packet and optical service delivery, BTI also announced today that the company has joined the CloudEthernet Forum. The global industry alliance associated with the MEF is widely respected for its leadership role in addressing the need for scaling and enhancing Ethernet technology to meet the stringent demands of delivering cloud services.
Optimized for 10G services, the BTI SA-821 and BTI SA-822 Ethernet access and aggregation switches announced today – and the recently introduced BTI SA-805 – deliver high-performance connectivity in ultra-compact solutions. This enables service providers to overcome space and power constraints at cell tower or customer premise deployments as well as aggregation sites.