Aura Networks' Radiance Product Receives NEBS Certification; First NEBS Level III-Certified System to Enable Managed Optical Ethernet from the Central Office.Business/Technology Editors
MERRIMACK, N.H.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 29, 2001
Aura Networks, Inc., a leading developer of optical Ethernet management and provisioning solutions for metropolitan area networks, announced today it has received NEBS Level III certification for its Radiance(TM) Optical Ethernet System. The Radiance line includes the R5000 Central Service Platform and R1000 Premise Service Platform. It is the first cost effective, optical Ethernet system for the metro-access market to receive NEBS Level III certification.
NEBS Level III certification is required for all equipment installed in carriers' facilities. This rigorous testing benchmark ensures that all equipment meets stringent environmental and operational standards to ensure maximum network reliability.
"NEBS Level III certification ensures that equipment satisfies service providers' as well as end users' requirements for high service availability," said Darrell Furlong, CTO (Chief Technical Officer) The executive responsible for the technical direction of an organization. See CIO and salary survey. and senior vice president of engineering. "It demonstrates that our equipment can withstand extremely harsh conditions such as fire, earthquakes, temperature, humidity, electromagnetic interference See EMI. , and other environmental factors and continue to provide the performance and reliability that today's carriers require."
The NEBS Level III-certified Radiance system is an intelligent broadband services optical Ethernet platform delivering managed, high-availability solutions at the network edge for simple service installation, dynamic bandwidth provisioning, remote testing and gathering of quality of line statistics. Features such as remote loopback and analog monitoring can eliminate unnecessary truck rolls and alert service providers to any degradation in the connection before it affects the customer. Radiance provides seamless connectivity with all major switch and router manufacturers and offers a flexible solution for copper-to-fiber connectivity, reducing capital investment without sacrificing functionality.
NEBS testing of the Radiance system was conducted by National Technical Systems of Boxborough, Massachusetts Boxborough is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 4,868 at the 2000 census, although it had risen to 5,377 by June 2005. The town name is often spelled Boxboro, on highway signs and official documents. . More information on the testing and results is available in NTS NTS National Technical Systems
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About Aura Networks
Aura Networks is an innovative, next-generation optical networking Communications between computers, telephones and other electronic devices using light. An optical network is far more reliable and has far greater potential transmission capacity than networking in the electrical domain. See optical fiber. company focused on delivering optical access platforms that greatly simplify the service provider's provisioning task. Aura Networks is the first to harness the power of Ethernet and fiber optics fiber optics, transmission of digitized messages or information by light pulses along hair-thin glass fibers. Each fiber is surrounded by a cladding having a high index of refractance so that the light is internally reflected and travels the length of the fiber to deliver economically superior network edge access and last-mile connectivity solutions in the metro area This article is about the music production team. For the article about population centers, see metropolitan area.
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