Coriant 7090-2 CEM Packet Transport Platform targets network edge

Coriant has unveiled the 7090-2 CEM Packet Transport Platform, which aims to enable service providers to provision diverse packet services, including Carrier Ethernet, closer to the customer premises. The MEF CE 2.0-certified MPLS-TP packet transport system is designed for cost-optimized deployment at the network edge, Coriant says.

Coriant has unveiled the 7090-2 CEM Packet Transport Platform, which aims to enable service providers to provision diverse packet services, including Carrier Ethernet, closer to the customer premises. The MEF CE 2.0-certified MPLS-TP packet transport system is designed for cost-optimized deployment at the network edge, Coriant says.

The 7090-2 CEM is environmentally hardened and tailored to support a range of services and applications, including business Ethernet, private and hybrid cloud connectivity, mobile backhaul, and SDH/SONET migration. It offers 16 Gbps of switching capacity in a 1RU chassis that supports a variety of interfaces. These interfaces include Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, and circuit-emulated TDM services such as E1/T1, DS-3, STM-1/OC-3, and STM-4/OC-12.

The support of diverse traffic management, quality of service (QoS), OAM, and protection features for both MPLS-TP and Carrier Ethernet environments enables the 7090-2 CEM to fit in a wide range of packet networks. The support of legacy TDM technologies enables service providers to use the system to enable smooth migration at the edge to more efficient and flexible packet-based transport, Coriant adds.

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