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Arrive Technologies Announces New Low-Channel Count Thalassa Pseudowire Products
Mar 18, 2010 (05:03 PM EDT)
ROSEVILLE, Calif., March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Arrive Technologies, a developer and provider of advanced communication integrated circuit products, announced today a new product line within their Thalassa family: the low-cost, FPGA-based AF6100, AF6200 and AF6900 low-channel-count pseudowire series of devices.
Arrive Technologies' Thalassa family of complete pseudowire and mobile backhaul System-on-a-Chip (SoC) devices provide a total solution for first-mile equipment featuring 1, 4, 8,16 or 32 DS1/E1/J1 lines; aggregation nodes with up to 84/63 DS1/E1 lines; or high-density aggregation nodes or Radio Network Controllers (RNC) and edge transport nodes with 336/252 DS1/E1 lines.
The AF6xxx devices provide up to 32 DS1/E1 of bandwidth across SAToP, CESoPSN, MEF-8, and ATM pseudowires. All legacy protocols (DS0, DS1, E1, ATM, and IMA) may be tunneled concurrently within up to 128 pseudowire connections over PSN networks. AF6xxx devices can connect into many kinds of PSN networks including IPv4, IPv6, MPLS, and Ethernet, and are also well suited to gateways and cell site packet mobile backhaul.
"The use of low-cost FPGA-based designs offers lower device cost and easy feature upgrades. This provides both quick time-to-market and the ability to accommodate customer scalability of service," said Giovanni Cintorrino, Director of Worldwide Sales at Arrive Technologies.
About Arrive Technologies Inc.
Arrive Technologies is a leading provider of advanced communication devices focused on solutions for SONET/SDH, PDH and Ethernet at the network edge, access and customer premises. Arrive's product portfolio enables both equipment vendors and network operators to deliver fast time to market solutions for Ethernet, Carrier Ethernet and Pseudowire/Circuit Emulation based services over SONET/SDH and PDH at extraordinarily low power and price points.
SOURCE Arrive Technologies Inc.