The Metro Ethernet Forum (News - Alert) (MEF), the international defining body for Carrier Ethernet has awarded the MEF CE 2.0 certification WireIE, a company in delivering Carrier Ethernet Services to rural, remote and hard-to-reach locations.
The MEF (News - Alert) CE 2.0 certification is considered as industry's highest level of certification for the design and delivery of Carrier Ethernet networks. This citification is issued to organizations that pass rigorous testing processes.
It is the most advanced and demanding standard for operators designing, building, deploying and operating carrier grade Ethernet networks. It has been announced by the Metro Ethernet Forum in 2012 and soon it became barometer for creating high performance networks that uniquely offer unparalleled availability and ultra-low latency.
Nan Chen, President of the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) said, “WireIE's successful achievement of the MEF CE 2.0 service provider certification is a major breakthrough for not only WireIE itself, but to all of the underserved community locations that WireIE provides connectivity to, MEF CE 2.0 certification is a testament to the company's hard work and outstanding service delivery.”
Presently, WireIE has many clients of different sectors in education, government, healthcare, mining and resources as well as manufacturing and retail.
Rob Barlow, President and CEO of WireIE said in a statement, "Canadian companies have a strong need for conducting business in areas that are not traditionally served by a high performing telecommunications infrastructure. In response, WireIE has successfully levelled the playing field by delivering carrier-grade Ethernet anywhere that private and public enterprises need low latency and reliability for mission-critical applications."
Transparent Ethernet Solutions is WireIE's flagship service and it is operating in hundreds of communities across Canada. TES offers a high availability, low latency, SLA-backed network experience, which is designed specifically to meet and exceed the demands of today's mission-critical business applications.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker