BTI Systems and CLAdirect partner for packet optical technologies

SEPTEMBER 18, 2009 -- The companies will collaborate to design and deploy service provider and enterprise networks using BTI’s packet optical network platform and Carrier Ethernet access devices.

SEPTEMBER 18, 2009 -- BTI Systems, a global supplier of intelligent service edge products for delivering high-bandwidth, multiprotocol services, has partnered with CLAdirect Inc., a Florida-based system integrator and reseller of optical and IP networking technologies to the Latin America (CALA) and Caribbean markets. The companies will collaborate to design and deploy service provider and enterprise networks using the BTI 7000 Series packet optical network platform and the BTI 700 Series of Carrier Ethernet access devices.

"The Latin America and Caribbean market is a fast-growing market for IP networking services; the BTI Systems portfolio of products is a perfect complement to our existing portfolio of IP and wireless products. The addition of BTI's leading converged packet optical and Ethernet access platforms offering CWDM and DWDM functionality will ensure that our customers can quickly and cost-effectively offer new services in this expanding and evolving market," says Gerardo Lacunza, director of product, CLAdirect.

"Having offices throughout Central America, Latin America, and the Caribbean, CLAdirect is dedicated to supporting and servicing customers with a portfolio capable of delivering the latest in IP and packet-based services and solutions," says John Bournazos, director of partner programs at BTI Systems. "CLAdirect's expertise in IP networking and market knowledge are the reasons we are pleased to partner with them to bring new and differentiated networking capabilities to customers in CALA and the Caribbean."

CLAdirect joins the BTI Systems Partner Program, which enables system integrators and value-added resellers to provide carrier-grade packet optical products with a WDM infrastructure to deliver voice, data, video and storage extension.

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