Sunday, September 24, 2006

Corrigent Delivers Compact Packet Transport Switch

Corrigent Systems expanded its portfolio of packet transport solutions with a compact fully-redundant and modular Packet Transport Switch (PTS) that measures six rack-units in height.
The new CM-104 PTS includes four horizontal user slots for all the generally-available CM-100 User Interface Modules, including Ethernet, PDH, SONET/SDH, and storage interfaces. It supports 10 Gbps or 2.5 Gbps network-side interfaces, and as the rest of the CM-100 product line, it is based on MPLS, RPR and SONET/SDH to provide a carrier-class packet transport solution.

Also introduced is the CM-21 Packet Transport Switch, which provides an Ethernet access solution for residential and business customers. The CM-21 may be subtended from Corrigent's CM-100 Ethernet user interface modules in ring, linear and tree configurations. It provides twenty-four Gbps of non-blocking switching capacity, making it ideal for bandwidth-intensive, and interactive applications such as IPTV, VoIP and VoD. It supports a full suite of Ethernet E-LINE and E-LAN services as defined by the MEF. The CM-21 product line comes in four different configurations, all in a single rack unit, supporting optical or electrical fast-Ethernet and gigabit-Ethernet interfaces, including redundant AC and DC power options.

Systems -- An Interview with Ehud Rokach, CEO

A pioneer in
the development of packet transport technology, Corrigent is now seeing
increasing demand globally. CEO Ehud Rokach discusses this market,
successes and customer deployments, features and functions, support and
sales, applications and future directions.

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