Supported by RADview management system and SLA performance monitoring portal
The ETX-5 reduces TCO (total cost of ownership) in delivering aggregated Ethernet and TDM pseudowire traffic from the access network to the PE (provider edge) over native 10-GbE links. Featuring the highest capacity-to-size ratio in the market and extremely low power consumption, it frees up expensive PE capacity, lowers price per link and saves on rack space and associated costs. The ETX-5 conforms to emerging Carrier Ethernet 2.0 specifications and includes an extensive toolset to deliver and manage SLA-based services.
The ETX-5 also features a comprehensive Timing over Packet synchronization toolset, including 1588 Grandmaster capabilities, eliminating the need for costly dedicated devices. Together with RAD’s ETX demarcation devices, it offers a Carrier Ethernet access ecosystem from a single source and enables the convergence of business, wholesale and mobile network infrastructure.