Transition Networks to demonstrate revenue-boosting multiport network interface device

Transition Networks, the fiber access technology expert, a wholly owned
subsidiary of Communications Systems, is unveiling for the first time in Asia its newest Network Interface
Device (NID) at CommunicAsia this week.

The S3240 is specifically designed to help telecoms and cable
providers generate and preserve revenues when delivering intelligent
Ethernet services.  With this announcement, Transition Networks
expands its carrier class network product portfolio which enables
service providers to increase uptime and reliability while
guaranteeing Service Level Agreement (SLA) requirements.

With the growing demand for Ethernet services, the new S3240 enables service providers to offer tiered services with end-to-end Service Level Agreements (SLAs), while increasing customer satisfaction and keeping capital expenses (CapEx) to a minimum.

The S3240 creates a clear demarcation point between the provider and the customer network or in carrier-to-carrier handoffs.

Customers continue to put more demands on service providers for
faster and cheaper Ethernet services, but they still require Service
Level Agreements (SLAs),” said Patrick Schaber, director of Marketing at Transition Networks.

The S3240 provides a cost-effective way to meet these demands and address
wide-scale deployment challenges while
providing the features service providers require such as; Service OAM, Link OAM, Performance Monitoring, C-TAG/S-TAG support, Quality of Service (QoS) bandwidth allocation and remote diagnostics,” Schaber added.

The S3240 ensures rapid detection and isolation of potential service
related problems.  The ability to have trouble detection and resolution from a central Network Operations Center (NOC),
dramatically reduces operating expense (OpEx) and results in a reduced Mean Time to Repair (MTTR), with the end result being a happier customer.

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