Transmode has announced the availability of a new Fronthaul Muxponder that is optimised for transport of multiple CPRI and synchronous Ethernet services over a single 10G wavelength. The device has been evaluated and type-approved during a lab test event by Orange Labs, a division of a major European incumbent operator, for CPRI and Ethernet transport.
Transmode, a supplier of packet-optical networking solutions, has launched a family of High Density Design Hex transponder units, each of which contains six independent transponder functions in a single slot. The new units are suited to high density and low power applications, such as data centre applications, with up to 192 ports / 96 transponders in a single 11u chassis and power consumption as low as 5W per 10G transponder function including optics.
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Transmode has announced the company's new Enlighten Portal, a user-friendly and innovative tool that enables full real-time visibility of multi-layer service performance.
The company says the portal provides both network operators and their customers, such as enterprises or other network operators, with a unique insight into real-time Key Performance Indicator (KPI) data on their services. With a graphical dashboard view of services, the new tool provides an aggregated view of total service KPI performance and individual high-level or detailed per service views.
Transmode, a supplier of packet-optical networking solutions, has announced the launch of its pre-staging service, designed to help service providers deploy networks quickly and more efficiently.
The company says the service reduces on-site time, simplifies logistics and ensures quality by building, patching and configuring chassis in a controlled environment prior to shipping to site.
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