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TDM Pseudowire – CESoPSN, SAToP, TDMoIP, HDLCoIP

TDM pseudowire gateways transport E1/T1, E3/T3, serial or analog voice over Ethernet/IP/MPLS


RAD offers TDM pseudowire products that enable the delivery of E1/T1 PRI, TDM leased line over Ethernet/IP/MPLS. Ever since it first introduced the technology to the industry in 1999, RAD has been the market leader in TDM pseudowire, with a portfolio that delivers legacy in the access over any infrastructure. Our pseudowire gateway CPEs, aggregation devices and smart SFPs support a variety of standard legacy interfaces – serial, E1/T1, and SDH/SONET – to enable a seamless service transition to Ethernet, MPLS or IP without affecting customer experience.

The TDM pseudowire products support all standard TDM pseudowire operating modes: CESoPSN, SAToP, TDMoIP®, as well as HDLCoPSN.

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10G Carrier Ethernet Access Aggregation Platform
Ethernet service aggregation platform delivers aggregated Carrier Ethernet and TDM traffic from the access network to the PE (provider edge) over 10G links
IPmux-155L: Hub-site Pseudowire Access Gateway
Hub-site cost-effective gateway transports a fully populated channelized STM-1 stream or up to 32 E1 channels over PSN
TDM Pseudowire Gateway
Pseudowire Gateway: E1/T1, Analog or Serial over Ethernet/IP
Pseudowire Gateway: 4 x T1/E1, FE or GbE over Ethernet/IP
Pseudowire Gateway: 2 x E1, Serial & FE over Ethernet/IP
Multiservice Access Node
Multiservice multiplexer delivers a mix of legacy and next-generation services including TDM, PSTN, ISDN, data, and Carrier Ethernet 2.0 up to STM-4/OC-12 or multi-GbE over PDH/SDH/SONET or PSN.
Smart TDM pseudowire gateway housed in an SFP transports framed or unframed E1/T1 over Ethernet/IP/MPLS
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