World Wide Packets intros LightningEdge 135B
MARCH 20, 2007 -- World Wide Packets has announced the LightningEdge 135B (LE-135B), an Ethernet access platform. The 135B has integrated VoIP technology from World Wide Packets' strategic partner, Mediatrix.
MARCH 20, 2007 -- World Wide Packets (search for World Wide Packets) has announced the LightningEdge 135B (LE-135B), an Ethernet access platform. The 135B has integrated VoIP technology from World Wide Packets' strategic partner, Mediatrix. The combined offering is designed to deliver scalable, resilient, and cost-effective triple-play services such as voice, video, and data to service provider and business networks.
The LE-135B leverages the features of World Wide Packets' LightningEdge Operating System (LE-OS) as well as the Mediatrix 0124 for enhanced VoIP services. It supports carrier-class features such as guaranteed and explicit quality of service ("hard" QoS) and rapid restoration of services in case of network or equipment problems. It also has security features to protect the edge of the network and the ability to interoperate with core network security protocols. The LE-135B's hardware design combined with LE-OS and Mediatrix support enables the device to deliver triple-play features and a wide range of critical business and residential services, according to the company.
"World Wide Packets' LightningEdge platform provides customers with the scalable and flexible triple-play services they require to cost-effectively expand their service offerings to subscribers," said Marc Skinner, director of sales - Americas for Mediatrix. "In an ever-increasing competitive landscape for service providers, we anticipate the combined offering will provide them with several distinct advantages from a cost, performance and integration perspective."
According to World Wide Packets, the LE-135B offers several key services and benefits including:
"With the addition of the LE-135B, World Wide Packets can now offer its customers a more robust solution for the delivery of enhanced triple play services," said Chad Whalen, senior vice president of sales and marketing for World Wide Packets. "Today's business and residential subscribers demand the highest quality services at the lowest possible cost. Our new offering with Mediatrix integration provides the scalability, resiliency and price point necessary to meet this demand."
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