Orckit-Corrigent unveils CM-401x PTN access product line

Orckit-Corrigent Ltd. (Nasdaq:ORCT) has expanded its packet transport offerings with the introduction of its CM-401x PTN access product line. The portfolio includes the CM-4011, CM-4012, and CM-4013 platforms, which are targeted at mobile backhaul and enterprise multiservice CLE and pre-aggregation.

Orckit-Corrigent Ltd. (Nasdaq:ORCT) has expanded its packet transport offerings with the introduction of its CM-401x PTN access product line. The portfolio includes the CM-4011, CM-4012, and CM-4013 platforms, which are targeted at mobile backhaul and enterprise multiservice CLE and pre-aggregation.

The systems offer 14 Gbps full-duplex non-blocking switch capacity, in 1RU of space. They offer a mix of Ethernet, PDH, and SDH interfaces to provide packet transport end to end.

Orckit-Corrigent asserts the CM-401x PTN feature set includes:

  • Dual stack IP/MPLS and MPLS-TP
  • PDH and SDH circuit emulation over packet
  • Full support for MEF based Ethernet services
  • Packet synchronization, including Synchronous Ethernet and 1588v2
  • SDH/Ethernet/MPLS/MPLS-TP OAM
  • Sub 50-ms protection and restoration
  • Hard quality of service (QoS)
  • Minimized power consumption

The systems are fully managed by the company’s CM-View Network Management System as well.

“We have identified strong demand from our customers and prospects for a smooth migration from their existing legacy SDH networks to an end to end future proof, packet-based infrastructure which supports the mix of emerging data services together with large scale of legacy SDH/PDH leased lines,” said Mr. Sharon Mantin, vice president, marketing, at Orckit-Corrigent. “Adding the CM-401x product line to our PTN product portfolio improves our end-to-end PTN offering from access to core edge enabling [a] cost-effective, highly scalable, and future-proof solution for 2G/3G/4G mobile backhauling as well as Ethernet and legacy SDH/PDH business services."

The company says it will take orders for the CM-401x beginning September 1, 2011.

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