Sunday, August 8, 2010

Orckit-Corrigent Gains TSEC for GPON in India

Orckit Communications' CM-4000 products have received Technical Specification Evaluation Certificate (TSEC).
by the Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) Quality Assurance (QA) organization, which validates that a vendor's networking equipment conforms to all of the technical specifications and requirements specified by Telecom Engineering Center's Generic Requirements (GR) and ensures that the products meet the highest quality and environmental standards including extensive field trials.

The CM-4000 metro aggregation switches are based on RPR and MPLS standards and include innovative QoS, OAM and protection technologies for end-to-end triple play and enterprise VPN services. The solution perfectly fits for broadband and FTTX deployments incorporating high density 10GE ports that are the common practice in fiber-based broadband services. It further supports synchronous Ethernet, thereby carries STM-1,4,16, 64 and TDM E1s' on unified transport with end to end MPLS over RPR, thus provides ideal next generation transport for mobile backhaul for 2G,3G and LTE applications.

  • In September 2009, Orckit-Corrigent announced its CM-4000 product selection by a Tier-1 telecommunication service provider in India for the delivery of next generation triple play network based on GPON.

  • At February 2010 the company announced its Indian presence, including the appointment of industry veteran Mr. VK Aggarwal as Managing Director for India.