RAD to Showcase its new ‘vCPE Platform’ at CommunicAsia 2015


This year at CommunicAsia 2015, RAD will show its customers, how to automate services, optimize performance and maximize revenues

RAD is set to showcase its latest ‘vCPE platform’ during the upcoming ICT exposition, CommunicAsia 2015 happening in Singapore between June 2-5, 2015.

The company will be highlighting its innovations to help operators derive more from their existing network investments. RAD will be showcasing a unique performance monitoring overlay solution for any network, a UNIQUE distributed Grandmaster in an SFP form and a new vCPE platform. The company is also going to have a demo of its VNF orchestration solution.

Key Showcase from RAD at CommunicAsia 2015

  • Maximum vCPE flexibility for fast service rollouts and best performance
  • QoE boost for any network with a powerful performance monitoring overlay
  • The world’s first 1588 Grandmaster in an SFP for LTE/LTE-A timing sync
  • Live demo: D-NFV VNF Orchestration

RAD is an industry innovator working towards virtualization at the customer edge. RAD’s ETX-2i is a powerful IP and Carrier Ethernet NID/NTU with a field pluggable x86 NFV module for hosting virtual network functions (VNFs). Serving as a virtualization engine at the customer edge, it is specially designed for L2 and L3 business, mobile backhaul and wholesale services.

The ETX-2i can be managed by RAD’s D-NFV Orchestrator or any third-party orchestrator using open standards, and supports various options for vCPE architecture and VNF placement to meet agility, performance, security and cost needs.

Dynamic Forwarding Enables Chaining Flexibility

What makes ETX-2i unique is that it supports dynamic forwarding to enable chaining flexibility for embedded and virtualized functions. Moreover, it features a high-scale built-in router and modular network interfaces for any access infrastructure – fiber, PDH, SDH/SONET, SHDSL, or VDSL.

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