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ADTRAN DELIVERS SERIES OF GIGABIT ETHERNET SWITCHES.

ADTRAN, Inc. has launched the SDX 8110 series of business switches, giving service providers an improved Power over Ethernet (PoE) budget, improved statistics reporting and a high level of traffic control for managing Service Level Agreements (SLAs) into the Local Area Network (LAN). This increased flexibility enables service providers to simplify LAN management while supporting the increased penetration of IP phones, Wi-Fi access points and IoT devices within the enterprise.

Traffic shaping and expanded PoE capabilities mean that service providers can deploy an advanced switch infrastructure into more locations that require greater granularity for control and traffic shaping, IHS Markit Executive Director of Network Infrastructure Research Heidi Adams said. These features help ensure that enterprises can communicate more effectively and use networking resources more efficiently.

Available in 8, 24 and 48 port configurations, this PoE switch series is focused on service providers looking to maximize the longevity and versatility of their switch infrastructure. By providing a higher power PoE budget to support future applications, customer satisfaction increases and capital costs decrease versus the alternative of installing additional PoE switches to support higher demand. The SDX 8110 series is also a perfect fit for those applications that do not require a high level of traffic management, but where customers desire additional safeguards against debilitating traffic loops and broadcast storms by utilizing the traffic loop protection feature.

In addition to the improved PoE budget, the SDX 8110 series offers service providers and customers increased control over traffic allowing them to extend SLAs into the LAN utilizing improved QoS capabilities. These Gigabit Ethernet switches add per-port and per-queue traffic shaping capabilities along with support for per-port and per-queue policing. Traffic matching capabilities have also been expanded to include QoS control lists that are used to match Ethernet frames, including both outer and inner tag parameters, and then manipulate various QoS, VLAN and policy settings in the IP packet or Ethernet frame.

About ADTRAN

From the cloud edge to the subscriber edge, they help communications service providers around the world manage and scale services that connect people, places and things to advance human progress. Whether rural or urban, domestic or international, telco or cable, enterprise or residentialADTRAN solutions optimize existing technology infrastructures and create new, multi-gigabit platforms that leverage cloud economics, data analytics, machine learning and open ecosystemsthe future of global networking.

For more information, visit www.adtran.com or call 919/435-9112.

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