Overture Networks launches pseudowire gateway

Staff Writer
08 Oct 2009

Overture Networks has launched its UTX8500 pseudowire gateway, which allows mobile backhaul service providers to ease the transition from TDM-based networks to Ethernet-based networks by transporting legacy DS1 services over Ethernet.

With its ability to aggregate traffic from hundreds of cell sites, the UTX8500 enables carriers to reduce costs by at least half when compared to previous technology alternatives.

The significant capacity of the UTX8500 allows service providers to carry TDM traffic in an Ethernet network and do so much more efficiently to provide tremendous cost savings.

The UTX8500 also offers up to 3 OC-12 handoffs, enabling the backhaul provider to support the needs of multiple wireless carriers.

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