Sunrise Telecom unveils ‘one-button’ testing for Carrier Ethernet

April 12, 2010
APRIL 12, 2010 -- Sunrise Telecom Inc. (Pink Sheets:SRTI) has announced the immediate availability of an enhanced version of the STT Metro Carrier Ethernet verification platform. The STT Metro field test platform addresses the service verification requirements for Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) External Network to Network Interfaces (ENNI).

APRIL 12, 2010 -- Sunrise Telecom Inc. (Pink Sheets:SRTI) has announced the immediate availability of an enhanced version of the STT Metro Carrier Ethernet verification platform. The STT Metro field test platform addresses the service verification requirements for Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) External Network to Network Interfaces (ENNI).

The MEF ENNI defines interface and service attributes necessary for multiple operators to cooperate for the delivery of Carrier Ethernet services and enables the global interconnection of Carrier Ethernet services at Ethernet Network Exchange (ENX) points operated by major network operators around the world. The STT Metro test set is designed to provide a complete approach for verifying services at the ENNI.

Sunrise Telecom has enhanced the STT Metro platform with Carrier Ethernet operations, administration, and maintenance (OAM) capabilities designed to automate the process of validating the mandatory OAM functionality at the ENNI. This new capability completes the ENNI verification suite, Sunrise Telecom asserts.

“Validating the accuracy of the service provisioning details, service attributes, and service level agreement (SLA) at the interconnection point is critical to the successful deployment of services over the ENNI,” said Craig Easley, vice president of marketing at Sunrise Telecom. “The Sunrise Telecom STT Metro automates the rigorous testing of Operator Virtual Connection (OVC) attributes, compliance with MEF 26 interface details, as well as verifies the correct operation of OAM functionality and Ethernet protection switching at the ENNI.”

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