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Packet Transport

Optical transport is gradually shifting from the SONET/SDH standard to packet-centric solutions --- a move that requires operators to replace legacy MSTP. To help operators make the transition smoothly and successfully, NEC has released the new MN5000 Series.

This family of T-MPLS-based packet optical transport solutions enables packet-centric transport with TDM-like OAM operation.

MN5000 Series

Switching Capacity

Features

  • 10Gb Ethernet and STM-64 are available
  • E2E path provisioning and maintenance are available
  • Universal cards with interfaces for sharing on different equipment
  • 1:n package protection available on E1 interface card
  • TDM E1, ATM E1, ATM E1 IMA and E1 for PWE3 on a single E1 card
  • More than 16 ports per card
  • External clock-in and clock-out interfaces are available
  • Support for GbE interface 1+1 protection
  • Synchronization shared with SDH S1 byte transmission
  • Synchronous Ethernet and IEEE1588v2 to be released

Benefits

  • Advanced T-MPLS: MPLS OAM, MP-to-MP, topology-free, QoS
  • Easy migration to MPLS-TP by firmware upgrade
  • Seamless interworking with IP/MPLS core
  • Confirmed interoperability with major MPLS product suppliers
  • End-to-end integrated management by MS5000 software
  • Low OPEX: TDM-like operation and provisioning

Major demands on Next Generation Network

  • VoIP and mobile networks are overtaking traditional PSTN
  • Triple-play networks with IPTV for residential use have arrived
  • Enterprises require ultimate connectivity
  • Services are being redefined to require broadband connectivity
  • Major service providers derive 90% of their revenues from advanced services

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