It's one of the features included in the 7.7 release of the ZebOS Internet protocol software

February 10, 2009

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SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- IP Infusion, an ACCESS company and provider of intelligent software for Next Generation Network (NGN) equipment manufacturers and converged IP services providers, today announced the release of its ZebOS Network Platform version 7.7 software which supports PBB-TE functionality, an essential ingredient to creating large Carrier Ethernet networks.

Available in April, 2009, ZebOS 7.7 is the most complete core networking platform that provides full support for MPLS and for Carrier Ethernet, allowing router and switch OEMs to lower their software engineering costs and reduce time to market in delivering next-generation transport hardware to market.

Specific features in ZebOS 7.7 include:

  • Support for Provider Backbone Bridge-Traffic Engineering (PBB-TE)

  • Enhanced resiliency for IP routing and MPLS signaling with the support for Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD)

  • Complete non-stop forwarding (NSF) functionality for IP and MPLS

  • Hardened implementation of BGP Route Server for deployment in Carrier Networks utilizing commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware

  • Support for OpenSAF, the industry’s leading high-availability (HA) middleware

  • Ability of MPLS solution to support pseudowires across multiple Packet Switched Networks (PSNs)

  • Broadcom StrataXGS IV support

IP Infusion Inc.

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