Sorrento unveils 10G OET line card

12 Feb 2009

Sorrento Networks has unveiled its 10 Gigabit Optical Ethernet Transport (OET) line card, which fuses the latest Ethernet and wavelength-division multiplexing technologies and enables users to transport and manage multiple Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) circuits on the same line card.

As a result, users can reduce costs, increase GigE interfaces up to five times on existing systems and improve efficiencies for all Ethernet transport applications.

Sorrento's new OET line card offers built-in layer 2 controls that can be switched on to enable customers to control Ethernet traffic and offer more capabilities in their infrastructure.

Also, this line card allows users to set up a 10G "superstructure" of existing ring optical systems that increases bandwidth capacity and gives them the ability to support additional data services - which means providers and enterprises can offer Ethernet services to their customers in a matter of days versus months.

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