Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Exponential-e Deploys Axerra's Pseudo-Wire

Exponential-e, a specialist provider of bespoke network solutions to the UK corporate market, is deploying Axerra Networks' Pseudo-Wire solutions in its PowerVoice PBX service, a voice solution which enables companies to utilize their existing investment in high capacity Ethernet access circuits, delivering true voice and data integrated access and free 'on-net' calls without changing their PBXs.

Exponential-e delivers bespoke network solutions, connecting company LANs regionally, nationally and internationally to create private, global networks. These dedicated customer networks are created within Exponential-e's PureEthernet VPLS-enabled NGN.

Axerra's Pseudo-Wire solutions enable Exponential-e to deliver traditional E1 and emerging services as it backhauls PBX traffic over Ethernet. Axerra's AXN Pseudo-Wire Gateways and Access Devices provide Circuit Emulation Pseudo-Wire, Frame Relay and HDLC Pseudo-Wires, ATM Pseudo-Wires, plus Ethernet and IP aggregation services while preserving security and QoS/CoS over next-generation packet-access networks.

Pseudo-Wires for Mobile Wireless Backhaul over Carrier Ethernet
continued evolution of mobile wireless services is toward technologies
that are intrinsically packet-oriented, such as HSDPA and HSUPA, and
indicative that packet access networks, rather than TDM-based T1s and E1s,
are the logical transport for backhaul in the RAN.


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