The Gateway to New Revenue Opportunities
… consolidate all backhaul applications onto a single network.
Scalability for Your Carrier Ethernet Backhaul Network
In response to the growing demand for bandwidth-hungry consumer and business services, access network operators are looking for highly scalable, cost-effective packet backhaul networks. These networks will deliver a growing volume of Carrier Ethernet services and will evolve to a common infrastructure for providing mobile backhaul, business and wholesale services. Are you looking for a backhaul solution that will support all your applications? Do completeness and scalability of service OAM tools matter in your network?
Ubiquitous Service Delivery with Massive Scale and Reach
With high port densities, encapsulation flexibility and best-in-class service gateway capabilities, all in a highly reliable and feature-rich platform, our FSP 150EG-X is designed to consolidate mobile backhaul, business and wholesale services at the provider edge. Primarily targeted at aggregation and interconnect applications, the FSP 150EG-X provides scalability for your Carrier Ethernet services and the network on which they are delivered. It enables you to consolidate all backhaul applications onto a single network, while providing a manageable, cost-effective platform that is optimized to deliver intelligent services.
Boost Your Efficiency with Our Etherjack™ and Syncjack™ Technology
With our FSP 150EG-X edge gateway, you will achieve highest service availability to satisfy your customers' needs. Our Etherjack™ technology enables you to apply intelligent Ethernet service management that is compliant with the latest OAM standards. Focusing on scalability and interoperability, our implementation of 802.3ah, 802.1ag, Y.1731 and RFC 2544 enables seamless end-to-end performance management, even across third-party networks. And our Syncjack™ technology enables you to cost-effectively deliver highly accurate synchronization and timing information, making it the ideal solution for tomorrow's mobile backhaul networks.
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