has announced that its Tellabs (News
) 7100 system – part of its Business Services and Wavelength Services solutions – now supports enterprise networks and is equipped with a new optical transport multiplexer module.
The Tellabs 7100 system supports Carrier Ethernet, SONET/SDH and optical transport technologies across a dynamic, reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexer (ROADM (News
))-enabled network. Tellabs Business Services Solutions caters to the needs of more than 34 enterprise networks, said the company.
“Tellabs Business Services Solutions deliver innovative packet-based enterprise services,” said Mark Pashan, vice president and general manager, transport products, at Tellabs. “Our end-to-end solution enables service providers to provide enterprise services more efficiently, more cost-effectively and with higher quality.”
The company said that its 7100 system has acquired the Interoperability Certification from EMC (News
) which is an industry-recognized interoperability vendor. The Tellabs 7100 supports Storage Area Network (SAN) applications which offer high-quality services performance delivery.
A new wavelength service feature has been announced by Tellabs for the efficient delivery of new services wherever they are needed. The new optical transport network multiplexer module is expected to enable optimized video delivery.
The module makes timing and services transparent besides offering protection options. It also supports flexible service connections with any-rate interfaces for 100 Mbps to 2.7 Gbps and video signals like SDI, HD-SDI and DVB-ASI.
According to Tellabs the 7100 system with its enhancements and certifications will suit enterprises as a business services solution.
Tellabs caters to telecom service providers by providing them mobile backhaul, optical networking and business services solutions. Besides telecom service providers independent operating companies, MSO/cable TV companies, enterprises and government agencies can benefit from Tellabs solutions which enables revenue creation, reduces expenses and optimizes networks.
The company offers enterprise customers with more services with faster deployment, simpler networks and efficient cost besides enhancing the way the world connects.Shamila Janakiraman is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Shamila’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Tim Gray