RAD releases version 2 of IPmux-14 TDM pseudowire gateway.
RAD Data Communications, a manufacturer of access equipment for data communications and telecomms applications, has released version 2 of its IPmux-14 TDM pseudowire gateway.
According to the company, the IPmux-14 TDM pseudowire gateway uses RAD's TDM over IP (TDMoIP) technology and supplies Ethernet, TDM and HDLC-based services over packet switched networks (PSNs). HDLC-based services include Frame Relay, X.25 and transparent PPP transmission.
The IPmux-14 TDM pseudowire gateway reportedly converts TDM user traffic data streams from four E1/T1 ports or a serial port into IP packets or MPLS frames for transmission over the PSN via a Fast Ethernet uplink, while another TDM pseudowire gateway at the remote side converts the packets back to TDM traffic. A low port density version, the IPmux-14/2, offers two E1/T1 ports instead of four.
The IPmux-14/A is able to provide high quality TDM pseudowire with 16 ppb clock accuracy while maintaining jitter and wander standards compliant with a G.823 synchronization interface, which makes it particularly suitable for deployment in cellular backhaul networks, the company claims.
No pricing details were disclosed.
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|Publication:||Worldwide Computer Products News|
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|Date:||Oct 5, 2006|
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