Telco Systems, a provider of innovative SDN & NFV and multi-service Carrier Ethernet 2.0 and MPLS edge solutions, has been selected by a tier-1 network operator in APAC to support the company’s migration from SDH-based network nodes to Carrier Ethernet 2.0.
The project includes multi-year delivery of several thousand industry-leading T-Marc® 340F CE 2.0 devices together with the EdgeGenie Orchestrator CE 2.0 & SDN/NFV service management system.
The network operator embarked on an exhaustive process of testing various solutions in order to select the best performing and most cost-effective solution for their Carrier Ethernet services network. In order to carefully measure the effectiveness of the T-Marc 340F solution, Telco Systems was required to undergo a meticulous and demanding proof of concept. The results showed that the T-Marc 340F devices were the most cost-effective and best performing solutions for current and upcoming challenges as the breadth of the upgrade expands into the future.
“We are excited by this win,” declared Moshe Shimon, VP of Product Management and Marketing at Telco Systems. “The requirements were quite demanding, the competition stiff, and the customer put our solutions to stringent testing. We were able to demonstrate the superior performance of our T-Marc Carrier Ethernet solutions along with their ability to simplify provisioning and ongoing network management.”
Telco Systems’ T-Marc® 340F Ethernet Service Demarcation Series provides managed converged services (voice, video and data) over virtual Ethernet, MPLS/VPLS and IP networks. It enables service providers to deliver multiple services over a single customer interface. EdgeGenie, Telco System’s graphic and highly scalable Service Management System, offers a modular and complete solution for the full life cycle of network deployment from planning to managing, monitoring and maintaining services configured on the T-Marc340Fs. Multi-level operations, administration and maintenance (OAM) capabilities carefully measure and ensure service level agreements while zero-touch provisioning reduces costs and enhances accuracy of operations.