Brocade releases compact MPLS router

Staff writer
10 Dec 2009
00:00

Brocade has released its NetIron CER 2000 series compact MPLS router, which features hardware-based routing capacity.

The NetIron CER 2000 enables service providers to more broadly, rapidly, and cost-effectively deploy high-margin business virtual private network and IP voice, video, and data services while helping to reduce their cost per megabit.

The new router helps providers that are nearing the “revenue footprint” and performance limitations of their current networking infrastructures.

It is also optimal for use as a carrier Ethernet/metro edge router, an MPLS Provider Edge router, or as a high-capacity border router for small data centers and enterprise branch offices with Ethernet connectivity.

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