ZTE unveils reconfigurable terabit router
Sep 26, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
ZTE Corporation, a provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, has unveiled reconfigurable terabit router to enable customers to build the broadband networks.
The terabit router supports the deployment of multiple line cards with processing capability of 10 gigabits per second to 1T, and modules that offer scalable throughput of 200G to 18T. To enable convenient installation in a wide variety of environments, the flexible interfaces and loose-coupled component design of the router allow customers to configure networks that are customized for their needs, promoting adaptability, consistency and continuity, the company said.
According to the company, the superior performance of the terabit router is built on two proprietary ZTE technology solutions, cloud routing and intelligent system resource scheduling. Cloud routing builds system control plane based on distributed modular technology to ensure efficient network resource utilization, offering network scalability and support for simultaneous deployment of multiple transmission protocols.
Intelligent system resource scheduling enables physical and logic system resource sharing and flexible scheduling to ensure automatic matching of system load and resource allocation, driving superior power-consumption performance of 0.8W/Gbps, the company said.
"Globally, it is becoming more important to deliver excellent value to customers, and help them achieve sustainable development of their businesses," said Mr Xu Ming, General Manager of ZTE's Bearer Network Product Division.
"The flexible reconfigurable terabit router offers industry-leading routing performance, and can drive improved efficiency and extend equipment life-span. The high flexibility and configurability of the router offers unprecedented scalability, and supports a wide range of service provisions as the network evolves."
The router uses ZTE's self-developed chipset to achieve increased stability and scalability of the system architecture, with the increased system integration helping to improve energy consumption. With the open and programmable framework including SDN, the router can make the network architecture more modularized and deliver network virtualization functions, so as to closely integrate the service developers with the network developers to build next-generation networks with greater competitiveness, the company reported.
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