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Telco Systems Unveils ATCA Line Cards

LIC blades complement company's ATCA switching blade line

September 19, 2012

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Telco Systems, a BATM company (LSE: BVC) and developer of multi-service Carrier Ethernet, MPLS and AdvancedTCA solutions, revealed today its high density Line Interface Card (LIC) ATCA blade portfolio. The new ATCA LIC blades complement the company’s award winning 10GE and 40GE T-ATCA switching blades. The LIC and T-ATCA blades offer high density 10GE and 1GE line cards that can be flexibly configured to support various aggregation scenarios in combination with carrier-grade high performance T-ATCA 40GE switching blades. This portfolio of line cards and switching blades are supported by BiNOX — a sophisticated network operating system that addresses the performance and scalability challenges required for carrier-grade deployments. These new ATCA solutions are ideal for new 40GE applications such as LTE RAN, security firewall and intrusion detection appliances, cloud gateway devices, military applications and deep packet inspection equipment.

Telco Systems released two new line cards today — LIC-8020 which supports 20x10GE ports, and LIC-8062 which offers 62x1GE ports on single 1RU blades. Using 40GE triple mesh or dual star topologies, the cards support a non-blocking capacity toward the backplane of up to 240GE for LIC-8020 blade and 80GE for LIC-8062. This product line offers best in class port density configurations of 10GE or 1G aggregation, and the ability to maintain wire speed 40G hub switching by offloading the main switching blades with the existing chassis and backplane design.

Telco Systems (BATM)

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