Overture Networks (News - Alert), the industry’s trusted Carrier Ethernet solutions provider, recently announced in a press release that its multi-service Carrier Ethernet aggregation platform, ISG 6000, has received the 2011 NGN Leadership Award from Technology Marketing Corporation’s (TMC (News - Alert)) publication, NGN Magazine.
“Overture Networks has been recognized for their work in advancing NGN services and technologies. The ISG 6000 is an exceptional, transformative technology that will benefit the industry at large,” stated Rich Tehrani (News - Alert), CEO, TMC, in a statement. “Congratulations to the entire team at Overture and I look forward to seeing more of their accomplishments in the coming year.”
NGN recognized ISG 6000 for its innovative design and capabilities in accelerating the continued evolution of Carrier Ethernet infrastructures and services.
“Overture Networks delivers solutions to service providers that help them get to market quickly and differentiate their service offerings while decreasing operating costs, and the ISG 6000 is a great example of this,” said Vijay Raman, vice president, product management and marketing, Overture Networks. “By designing a Layer 2 access network using Carrier Ethernet, a service provider can actually simplify the job of their core network while still reaching all customer sites with a consistent set of Ethernet, IP and TDM services. We are very pleased that NGN Magazine and TMC have recognized the ISG 6000’s technology and market leadership.”
The scalable ISG 6000 from Overture allows service providers and network operators to cost-effectively meet rising service demands while extending the life and value of previous infrastructure investments. The ISG 6000 is also instrumental in addressing carrier portfolios that include IP service offerings such as direct Internet access, VoIP, or managed router service, as well as wholesale Ethernet services.
In related news, Overture recently announced that its modular Gigabit Carrier Ethernet edge platform ISG 400 is now available. A solution that comes standard with six gigabit Ethernet interfaces, ISG 400 can be used for various applications such as enterprise access, mobile backhaul, and carrier network demarcation.
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Edited by Rich Steeves