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Telecom Platform Deployment Provider Overture Expands Carrier Ethernet Service Demarcation Portfolio
By Rajani Baburajan, TMCnet Contributor
NEBS and ATCA are crucial industry standards adopted by providers for a variety of telecom platform deployments.
In one of the latest advancements in this sector, Overture expanded of its line of ultra low-latency, NEBS Level 3-certified high-performance Ethernet service demarcation devices to increase service reliability and performance within a cost-effective Carrier Ethernet solution for service providers.
As a preferred Carrier Ethernet edge and aggregation partner for service providers and network operators worldwide, the company offers greater flexibility and freedom of choice to customers. With these new solutions, Overture provides access to critical features such as intelligent Service Level Agreement (SLA) monitoring.
As part of the expansion of its 2x Ethernet demarcation portfolio, the company will be introducing multiple new models, including an entry-level model offering a lower cost point solution, additional customer facing interfaces, and ITU-T G.8261 syncE options for timing-critical applications.
The new models also include Overture 24SE, a high-performance, lower-cost edition of Overture's popular optical Ethernet demarcation and SLA monitoring unit; Overture 26RS, a solution that combines Overture 26S functionality and the 4-port Overture 26R interfaces; and Overture 26Y, Overture 26YS, Overture 26YR, and Overture 26YRS, which add a syncE hardware option to the entire Overture 26 product line.
"Arming customers to compete successfully in today's market means delivering innovative service management solutions with the right mix of features for the right price," said Vijay Raman, vice president of product management and marketing, Overture, in a statement.
"Overture's 2x product line now provides customers with additional options for achieving greater control over and visibility into the complete service performance,” Raman added. “With a reliable and cost-effective lineup covering the complete spectrum of network timing and port configurations for business services and mobile backhaul, our customers can find the solution that best fits their precise needs."
The NEBS Level 3-Certified solutions are available in both temperature-hardened and non-hardened models. They are designed for maximum uptime, simple service management, and flexible deployment models.
TMCnet recently reported that NEI (News - Alert) is offering a set of innovative telecom platform deployment solutions that works hand-in-hand with customers to help them easily bring an innovative application to market in the shortest period of time possible.
NEI provides server-based application platforms and lifecycle support for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and software developers. The company offers services for deployment, design and integration with domain expertise and specific knowledge of ATCA, NEBS and DC-powered servers.
Edited by Jamie Epstein