Teleglobe International deploys Larscom's NxE1 ATM inverse multiplexer.
SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 13, 1997--Larscom Inc. (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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Having successfully beta tested Larscom's new ATM imux, Teleglobe is able to offer its customers a cost-effective, worldwide ATM service for voice, data and video traffic.
Deborah Soon, president and chief executive officer of Larscom, commented, "Our customers, especially the network service providers, were looking for a way to link ATM islands across geographical areas where ATM service is not available or is too expensive. The IMUX/E1-A45 ATM inverse multiplexer should present multinational NSPs with greater opportunities in foreign markets."
"Larscom's NxE1 ATM imux provides us with the solution we need to transport ATM traffic between the U.S. and Europe," commented Stephen Lee, manager of Broadband Development for Teleglobe International Corp.
"Because using E3 circuits to connect the U.S., Canada, and several European countries is cost-prohibitive, we were looking for a way of inverse multiplexing ATM traffic across multiple E1 lines between cities, and Larscom's Orion 4000 serves as an ideal solution. "We have deployed the IMUX/E1-A45 between London and New York, and as the network grows and customer requirements dictate, other cities and locations will be added."
The IMUX/E1-A45 connects to any standard ATM DS3 UNI on a switch, router or other ATM device, and transports the ATM cellstream over up to eight E1 lines, providing an effective alternative to unavailable or cost-prohibitive E3 circuits. The IMUX/E1-A45 is ideal for interconnecting ATM islands and extending ATM trunks trans-ocean or trans-continent. It supports all traffic classes and Qualities of Service, including CBR, VBR, UBR, ABR (1) (AutoBaud Rate detect) The analysis of the first characters of a message to determine its transmission speed and number of start and stop bits.
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Larscom's Orion 4000 broadband access platform is based on a unique bus architecture that handles both cell (ATM) and circuit (TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) A technology that transmits multiple signals simultaneously over a single transmission path. Each lower-speed signal is time sliced into one high-speed transmission. ) traffic simultaneously, making it ideal for hybrid networking environments or migration from one architecture to another.
The product's inverse multiplexing capability enables customers to join multiple, inexpensive T1/E1 lines to provide fractional T3/E3 or ATM bandwidth, making it a cost-effective solution for broadband networking. The contract with Teleglobe International was initiated and managed by Canadian distributors Wandel & Goltermann Inc.
Larscom Inc. is a leading provider of high-speed wide area network (WAN) access equipment. Its customers include carriers, Internet service providers, corporate users and government agencies worldwide. Its products cover a wide range of transmission rates and services including full and fractional T1, E1, NxT1, NxE1 and T3, as well as frame relay and ATM inverse multiplexing.
To help ensure optimum network performance, Larscom products feature advanced monitoring, diagnostic, and management functions, including SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) A widely used network monitoring and control protocol. Data are passed from SNMP agents, which are hardware and/or software processes reporting activity in each network device (hub, router, bridge, etc. . The company's headquarters are located at 4600 Patrick Henry Drive, Santa Clara, California Santa Clara, California (IPA: /ˌsæntəˈklærə/) , founded in 1777 and incorporated in 1852, is a city in Santa Clara County, in the U.S. state of California. 95054.
Teleglobe International Corp. is the global carrier unit of Teleglobe Inc., a leader in the global intercontinental telecommunications industry that owns and operates a network of cables and satellites linking North America with nearly 240 countries and territories. Teleglobe Inc. is a public company whose shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
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Any forward-looking statements in this news release are based on current expectations and beliefs and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause the actual results to differ materially. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially include customer concentration, dependence on recently introduced products and products under development, rapid technological change, as well as additional risk factors as discussed in the "Risk Factors" section of Larscom's prospectus, dated Dec. 18, 1996, and Larscom's quarterly reports filed with the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission (SEC).
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