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May 30, 2006
MERRIMACK, N.H. -- Metrobility, the leading provider of installed service-provider optical Ethernet demarcation devices (EDDs), will be displaying a live demo of its AccessServices technology incorporated in the new RS960 multi-port Ethernet demarcation device at Globalcomm 2006, June 5 – 7 in Chicago to deliver triple-play services with Layer 2 CoS/QoS and VLAN capabilities over a single optical Ethernet link.
The demo features an embedded RFC 2544-based test head that enables a non-intrusive VLAN-based or EVC-based loopback. The embedded test head enables service providers to more accurately measure Ethernet service performance end-to-end across a live multi-provider network without disrupting user traffic.
In addition to the RS960, Metrobility will also feature the following live Ethernet applications at Booth 31026 during the span of the event:
Fully managed off-franchise demarcation device for multi-provider networks
An easy-to-use, point-and-click configuration wizard that allows off-line network administrators to set up the parameters of a service for ease of provisioning
Bandwidth allocation in 1 Mbps increments set dynamically for both upstream and downstream traffic
High-speed wireless Ethernet demo highlighting reliable optical backup path and five 9’s availability
Managed services over CWDM
NetBeacon ESP Element Management Software designed specifically for service provider networks.
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