1 Mobile Backhaul Business Services Carrier Exchange Network Fiber Conservation (WDM) Service Provider Solutions: Monetize New Services While Building the Most Reliable Network Grow your Services, Grow your Revenue, and Satisfy your Customers with Transition Networks.
2 For Service Providers that provide fiber-based services, Transition Networks designs and manufactures carrier grade products which make it easy to grow your revenue, grow your services and satisfy your customers. Transition Networks Difference Transition Networks is an industry leader with over 25 years experience designing and manufacturing carrier grade products which make it simple to grow your revenue, grow your services, satisfy your customers, and stay ahead of the competition. Our vast product portfolio is designed to support a wide range of expanding market needs including mobile backhaul, business services, carrier exchange networks, and fiber conservation. Transition Networks products provide true carrier-grade quality, reliability, performance and protection for TDM, Circuit Emulation Services (CES) and Carrier Ethernet services. Transition Networks provides cost-effective products to build your next generation network or to ease the migration of legacy services while increasing revenue and reducing operating expenses. At Transition Networks we strive to help our customers identify products to solve today s business problems while future proofing for tomorrow. This consultative approach enables us to better understand your unique requirements and to ensure you are able to grow your revenue, grow your services and satisfy your customers. Transition Networks Advantages A leader in carrier grade products for mobile backhaul and business applications Successfuly deployed over 100,000 NIDs Active member of ITU, IEEE and MEF Unrivaled technical advisory services Simple to use EMS for network wide provisioning and fault management Turnkey solutions for a variety of applications Established relationships and quarterly business reviews with customers Experts in fiber integration Strong understanding of our customer s problems and markets MEF CE 1.0 and CE 2.0 certified products Financially stable company founded in 1987 Outstanding customer and technical support 24 x 7 x 365 ISO 9001 and certified Global Customer Base and Sales Force Mobile Backhaul For backhaul requirements for any generation cell service Transition Networks manufactures a variety of demarcation and aggregation devices. Whether TDM, Circuit Emulation Services (CES) or Carrier Ethernet; Transition Networks simplifies your backhaul network by providing advanced performance statistics with an easy to use management platform. Challenge Business Services From simple demarcation to fully protected services, Transition Networks portfolio of TDM and Carrier Ethernet products allow you to realize faster return on investment and reduced operating expenses while maximizing customer uptime. Carrier Exchange Network When meet-me-room and customer connections are beyond the reach of your copper infrastructure, Transition Networks offers high quality, low latency, layer one, copper to fiber extension devices designed for plugn-play installation. Service Providers are facing new challenges of growth, convergence, business transformation, technological change and customer pressures in increasingly difficult economic conditions. The demand for rich content and more bandwidth is ever increasing, putting an increased weight on a service provider s network and testing its ability to perform and troubleshoot while also keeping up with its competition. To further complicate issues, most Service Providers still have legacy protocols to deal with in their current infrastructure and their transition strategies will have to address this legacy protocols for a number of years. Yet there is an urgent need to develop and deliver new data-enabled services that will continue generate new revenues from new and current users. Customers have little patience for providers who cannot meet or exceed their expectations, which are driving the convergence of the network layer with the services layer to deliver the highest Quality of Service (QoS) with more visibility and easy integration. While an all-ethernet converge application is the goal for the future, Transition Networks provides the path forward to allow TDM networks to evolve to IP/ Ethernet using cost-effective upgrades to your network as needed rather than throwing out your existing technology investment and start from scratch. Mobile Backhaul 2G, 3G, 4G LTE Circuit Emulation Business Services WAN Connect Inter-Office Communication Carrier Exchange Network Fiber Extension Cross-Connect Fiber Conservation (WDM) Optimize Existing Fiber Increase Bandwidth Applications: Mobile Backhaul 3 Business Services 5 Carrier Exchange Network 7 Fiber Conservation (WDM) 8 Product Families 9 Matrix 10
3 Mobile Backhaul End-to-End Synchronization Remote Management Recovered Clock 2G/3G GSM & GPRS PacketBand 3G CDMA & HSPA+ n x T1 PacketBand Mobile Switching Center - MTSO Central Office RNC Aggregation ETHERNET / IP / MPLS Fiber Fiber 3G & 3GHS DPA Node B MediaBand n x T1/E1 Fiber 2G/3G S6120 Node B/BTS 4G LTE enodeb Timing Synchronization (1588v2 / SyncE) Ethernet UNI (4)x T1/E1 & (1)x 10/100 Ethernet End-to-End SLA Monitoring & Diagnostics with 802.3ah, 802.1ag and Y.1731 S3280 Ethernet Carrier Ethernet TDM over Fiber Circuit Emulation Services (CES) To support new 4G LTE and 3G expansions and builds for an all IP/Ethernet fiber backhaul network, Transition Networks offers a series of intelligent Network Interface Devices (NIDs) in both stand-alone or chassis based models. Built for complete end-to-end connectivity fault and performance management, each multiport NID can be independently provisioned for IEEE 802.3ah, IEEE 802.1ag and ITU Y These devices support IEEE 1588v2 and SyncE methods needed to ensure SLA requirements, while providing stability for base station frequency and handovers. These cost effective devices reduce your OpEx & CapEx while ensuring superior performance, high availability and SLA assurance all supported by Transition Networks expert technical support team and industry leading warranty. ITU G.8031/G.8032 IEEE 1588v2 SyncE IEEE 802.3ah/802.1ag ITU Y.1731 VLAN with Q-in-Q IPv4 and IPv6 SNMP v1, v2c, v3 Multi-COS Jumbo Frame Support Extended Operating Temperature Redundant, hot-swappable power supplies SSL/SSH RADIUS, TACSAS+ and ACL Management VLAN Existing 2G/3G services supported by a copper TDM network topology are finding new challenges: Depleted copper infrastructure, new next generation technologies, distances to the tower, and increased user traffic. Transition Networks fiber access and optical multiplexers allow service providers to reclaim copper infrastructure and maximize the new fiber plant by transporting, and remotely managing, up to 32 T1/E1 s and Ethernet over a single strand of fiber. Transition Networks CWDM mux/demux can be utilized to further optimize the fiber plant by combining up to 16 different wavelengths across a single fiber pair. Loopback via test set Local and remote loopbacks copper or fiber LEDs for device status and troubleshooting Settings for line code, line build out, and Alarm Indication Signal (AIS) Side-by-side TDM & Ethernet capability Supports dual or single fiber Supports CWDM SFPs Local and remote device status and configuration Remote firmware upgrade Remote management Extended operating temperature Redundant power options Next generation Ethernet networks are being deployed to cell towers on a large scale. Supporting these new 3G and 4G LTE bandwidth demands cause many mobile backhaul providers to have these same cell towers with revenue generating, 2G & 3G base stations already in service. Built exclusively for 2G/3G mobile backhaul, Transition Networks offers a complete carrier class CES platform that helps converge TDM to Ethernet utilizing either SAToP or CESoP technology. Available in a wide range of Ethernet and T1/E1 interfaces these products offer highly-accurate distributed clocking features that exceed ITU G.823 synchronization standards. CES is optimized for new mobile services, while retaining investments in legacy backhaul equipment. Transition Networks CES products are designed for ultralow latency and have advanced clock recovery algorithms for critical timing and synchronization required in mobile backhaul networks. CES provides a means to converge any TDM service (Voice, Video, Data) to any IP, MPLS or Ethernet network transport. Multi-standard TDM pseudowire support: CESoPSN, SATOP, TDM over IP 10/100/1000Base RJ45 Interfaces; 100/1000Mbps SFP Interfaces G.704 grooming External clock sources Highly accurate and stable clock recovery G.823 Synchronization levels Options for dual loadsharing, hot swappable AC/DC power supplies TDM packets can be assigned IP Diffserv (DSCP) or ToS and 802.1p CoS values Supports 802.1p CoS prioritization 802.1Q VLAN including Q-in-Q Rate limiting
4 Business Services PacketBand S6120 S6120 PacketBand FIBER Remote Monitoring PBX UNI ACCESS (Ethernet / TDM) METRO (Ethernet / IP / TDM / MPLS) EVC ACCESS (Ethernet) UNI ITU-T Y.1731 IEEE 802.1ag IEEE 802.3ah ITU-T Y.1731 IEEE 802.1ag IEEE 802.3ah S3280 NNI NNI S3280 Headquarters Branch A Carrier Ethernet TDM over Fiber Circuit Emulation Services (CES) In today s fast-paced environment, the ability to provide businesses with applications that run over reliable Ethernet-based services is more critical than ever. Business class Ethernet has become the choice for small, medium and large businesses as industry standards have evolved to include stringent high-availability networking requirements. Commercial enterprises, both private and public, including government agencies and service providers, are quickly migrating to an all packet-based network for transparent WAN/LAN, VPLS, VOIP, Video Conferencing, and other mission critical applications. Most service providers are responding to these changing requirements by offering flexible bandwidth services, multi-point connectivity and flow-level CoS Profiling, policing and shaping. Transition Networks understands that business class Ethernet services require reliable, scalable and flexible architectures that offer significant bandwidth cost savings without sacrificing control or traffic characteristic information. The ability to add additional Ethernet services and applications while growing the number of users on a network must be completely transparent all while guaranteeing customer satisfaction with increased reliability and uptime. Transition s extensive portfolio of business class Ethernet products are designed for both critical Enterprise applications and Service Provider networks. Offering the best in class Metro Ethernet products, Transition provides the very latest in IP/Ethernet and TDM convergence products. ITU G.8031/G.8032 IEEE 1588v2 IEEE 802.3ah/802.1ag ITU Y.1731 VLAN with Q-in-Q IPv4 and IPv6 SNMP v1, v2c, v3 Multi-COS Jumbo Frame Support Extended Operating Temperature Redundant, hot-swappable power supplies SSL/SSH RADIUS, TACSAS+ and ACL Management VLAN Efficient, cost-effective solutions are critical in today s tumultuous financial climate. Network Interface Devices (NIDs) can help you leverage legacy T1/E1 and T3/E3 TDM (time-division multiplexing) equipment to reduce CapEx and OpEx costs. TDM services will remain a costeffective option for specific scenarios and applications when you can t afford to miss your Service Level Agreement (SLA) targets, but lack capital to deploy next-generation technology. Transition Networks offers worldclass Network Interface Devices that enable you to effectively deploy TDM networks and manage them remotely for optimal cost savings. 4 x T1 / E1 + Ethernet Loopback via test set Local and remote loopbacks copper or fiber LEDs for device status and troubleshooting Settings for line code, line build out, and Alarm Indication Signal (AIS) Side-by-side TDM & Ethernet capability Supports dual or single fiber Supports CWDM SFPs Local and remote device status and configuration Remote firmware upgrade Remote management Extended operating temperature Redundant power options Customers world-wide continue to use TDM/ ISDN networks for specific applications including the Public Switched Networks (PSN) for voice traffic but are aggressively looking to reduce operational and management costs by merging all traffic (voice, video, data) to an all IP Ethernet infrastructure. Transition provides an economical path forward to cost effectively migrate all TDM/ ISDN traffic to IP/ Ethernet using carrier-class technology offered in our PacketBand TDM/ ISDN products. Packetband offers a wide range of both Ethernet 10/100/1000 copper and SFP port options, advanced Layer 2 features, and a variety of T1/E1 electrical interfaces to choose from. Equally important is the performance requirements for the T1/E1 services. These circuits must continue to meet or exceed legacy Sonet/SDH network performance characteristics, including G.823, G.824, and G.8261 in order for Ethernet to be used reliably in place of circuits. Knowing that all networks are not designed the same; Packetband is tunable to accommodate any IP network including MPLS, Ethernet, and Pseudo-wire over IP also commonly known as. Designed and proven for transporting highly-accurate clocked TDM/ISDN circuits over packet switch networks. Packetband offers G.703/4, and X.21/V.35 over IP/Ethernet and is available in a variety of AC/ DC power options and extended temperature versions. These products provide an evolutionary path for bridging the gap between TDM/ISDN and packet based networks. Multi-standard TDM pseudowire support: CESoPSN, SATOP, 10/100/1000Base RJ45 Interfaces; 100/1000Mbps SFP Interfaces G.704 grooming External clock sources Highly accurate and stable clock recovery G.823 Synchronization levels Options for dual loadsharing, hot swappable AC/DC power supplies TDM packets can be assigned IP Diffserv (DSCP) or ToS and 802.1p CoS values Supports 802.1p CoS prioritization 802.1Q VLAN including Q-in-Q Rate limiting
5 Carrier Exchange Network Fiber Extends Beyond 100m+ Copper Limitation 100m Meet-Me-Room Data Center / Colocation Many Carrier Hotels and large Data Center facilities are often met with the distance limitation of copper cabling. Adding Transition Networks Copper to Fiber products to your Data Center allows you to maintain a Physical Layer, Transparent, Pass-through connection between the customer cage and the Meet-Me-Room (MMR). The use of media conversion gives the customer and carrier the reassurance that the data is NOT passing through a switched network. This guarantees that the customer will have no added latency, no jitter, no packet inspections and no potential traffic sniffing. Central chassis for remote management and fault detection Configure via dip switches or management module Transparently pass customer traffic including VLANs Alarms and traps for quick fault detection Plug-n-Play installation AutoCross Automatic Link Restoration
6 Fiber Conservation T1/E1 SONET OCx FAST ETHERNET GIGABIT ETHERNET 10G ETHERNET Wave Division Multiplexing (WDM) Users of today s voice, video, and data networks are becoming more complex requiring more bandwidth and faster data transmission rates over increasing distances. In order to meet these demands, Service Providers and Enterprise Corporations are relying more and more on fiber optic infrastructures. But what happens when all available fiber lines are exhausted? To counteract the expense and time associated with trenching more fiber, many network managers are using Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing (CWDM) technologies to increase capacity on existing fiber optic infrastructure. By multiplexing multiple optical signals on a single strand of fiber, users are able to reclaim and maximize existing fiber strands with next to no down time. This layer-one, plug and play solution for increasing fiber capacity eliminates the cost and time constraints associated with deploying more fiber, while allowing for up to 16x the capacity on existing fiber strands. Instantly increased bandwidth/capacity on existing fiber Attractive cost versus new fiber deployments Ability to mix multiple protocols and network speeds over the same fiber Completely passive solution Layer-One connectivity and plug and play provisioning Modular design allows for pay-as-you-grow expansion.
7 Product Overview Ethernet NIDs Ethernet Switches Ethernet Media Converters TDM Ethernet OAM support including IEEE 802.3ah (Link OAM), IEEE 802.1ag (Service OAM), and ITU Y.1731 (Performance Monitoring) IEEE 802.1p Quality of Service (QoS) IEEE 802.1Q VLANs including C-Tag / S-Tag Advanced security features: SSL, SSH, Multi-layer Access Control Lists (ACL), RADIUS, TACACS+ and Management VLANs Extended operating temperature range Triple power inputs for redundancy and uptime Advanced timing IEEE 1588v2 (also known as Precision Time Protocol, PTP) and SyncE Sub 50ms Ring Protection: ITU G.8032/8031, STP, RSTP, MSTP IPv6 and IPv4 support Interfaces from 10Mbps to 10Gbps MEF CE 1.0 (9, 14 and 21) and MEF CE 2.0 certified Ethernet: OAM support including IEEE 802.3ah (Link OAM), IEEE 802.1ag (Service OAM) Ring Protection: IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP), IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol(MSTP) QoS: 8 Priority Queues, Priority Queues Scheduling, Scheme, WRR, Strict Priority, IEEE 802.1p, IP Precedence/DSCP, TCP/UDP port number Storm Control: Broadcast, Multicast, Unknown Unicast Redundant, hot-swappable power supplies Extended operating temperature range Central chassis for remote management and fault detection Configure via dip switches or management module Transparently pass customer traffic including VLANs Alarms and traps for quick fault detection Plug-n-Play installation AutoCross Automatic Link Restoration Local and Remote Loopback Access to complete status information on local and remote device Excellent diagnostics and link performance statistics Extended Operating Temperature SFP port for CWDM, Bi-Di or standard SFPs Variety of clocking options Multi-standard TDM pseudowire support: CESoPSN, SATOP, Highly accurate and stable clock recovery G.823 Synchronization levels Remote management Extended Operating Temperature Redundant, hot-swappable power supplies S3280 S3230 SM24-100SFP-AH SM SFP-AH IONMM x3110 x2110 IONPS-D IONPS-A ION219 MediaBand x6210 x6120 x6110 PacketBand-TDM PacketBand-ISDN Product Matrix Features Carrier Ethernet Description Remote Management Advanced Timing Environmental S3280 (-S, & -TST) x3230 SM SFP-AH Stand-Alone NID: 4 x 10/100/1000Mbps copper ports and 4 x 100/1000Mbps SFP ports (Any port can be network or client) Chassis or Stand-Alone NID: 1x 10/100/1000Mbps copper port and up to 2 x 100/1000 SFP ports Aggregation 24-port Gigabit Carrier Ethernet Switch: 24 x Gigabit SFP Ports and 2 x 10G XFP Ports (2 x Gigabit expansion ports) IEEE 802.3ah (Link OAM) IEEE 802.1ag (Service OAM) ITU Y.1731 (Performance Monitoring) IEEE 802.3ah (Link OAM) IEEE 802.1ag (Service OAM) ITU Y.1731 (Performance Monitoring) IEEE 802.3ah (Link OAM), IEEE 802.1ag (Service OAM) IEEE 1588v2, SyncE * Future product release contact Transition Networks for details -20 C - 65 C Operating Temp Triple power: VAC Redundant +/ DC 0 C - 50 C Operating Temp VAC (DC available with SPS-2460-xx) -20 C - 60 C Operating Temp Redundant Power: VAC VDC, VDC Ethernet Description Remote Management Advanced Timing Environmental x2110 x3110 x3210 Chassis or Stand-Alone layer 1 media converter: 1 x 100Mbps copper port and 1 x 100 Mbps fiber port Chassis or Stand-Alone layer 1 media converter: 1 x 1000 Mbps copper port and 1 x 1000 Mbps fiber port Chassis or Stand-Alone layer 1 media converter: 1 x 100Mbps copper port and 1 x 100Mbps SFP *management available with management module *management available with management module *management available with management module -0 C - 50 C Operating Temp -0 C - 50 C Operating Temp -0 C - 50 C Operating Temp TDM Description Remote Management Advanced Timing Environmental MediaBand x6110 x6120 PacketBand-TDM (/ISDN) TDM Chassis or Stand-Alone NID: 1 32 T1/E1 s ports and 2 x 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet ports + 1 x 100/1000 SFP port TDM Chassis or Stand-Alone NID: 4 x T1/E1/ J1 ports and 2 x 100Mbps SFP ports TDM Chassis or Stand-Alone NID: 4 x T1/E1/ J1 ports /100Mbps Ethernet port and 2 x 100Mbps SFP ports /Ethernet Chassis or Stand-Alone NID: Multi-standard TDM pseudowire support: CESoPSN, SATOP, : 1 32 T1/E1 s ports and 2 x 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet ports + 1 x 100/1000 SFP port Internal Onboard Oscillator Clock from any TDM port Remote or Slave Clock Pass-through TDM: ANSI T1.102, T1.403, T1.408 ITU I.431, G.703, G.775, G.823 Pass-through TDM: ANSI T1.102, T1.403, T1.408 ITU I.431, G.703, G.775, G.823 Internal Onboard Oscillator Clock from any TDM port Remote or Slave Clock Multicast Option ITU G.823 Synchronization levels -20 C - 55 C Operating Temp VAC (DC Power Options Available) (Redundant Power Available AC/DC) -10 C - 65 C Operating Temp VAC (DC available with SPS-2460-xx) -10 C - 65 C Operating Temp VAC (DC available with SPS-2460-xx) -20 C - 65 C Extented Temp Option -20 C - 55 C Operating Temp VAC (DC Power Options Available) (Redundant Power Available AC/DC) WDM Description Remote Management Advanced Timing Environmental CWDM 4-16 channels available. CWDM multiplexes multiple optical signals on a single fiber optic strand. SFP Description Options 0 C - 70 C Operating Temp -40 C - 85 C Storage Temp 100BASE-X/OC-3 SFP Fast Ethernet CWDM 2km to 200km options Cisco and Juniper Compatible and MSA options 1000BASE-X SFP Gigabit Ethernet CWDM 220m to 160km options Cisco, HP and Juniper Compatible and MSA options 10G XFP 10 Gigabit Ethernet CWDM 33m to 100km options Cisco and MSA options 10G SFP+ 10 Gigabit Ethernet CWDM 33m to 80km options Cisco and HP Compatible and MSA options * For complete product details, please visit S3280 PacketBand-TDM MediaBand S6120 Carrier Ethernet Ethernet TDM WDM SFP
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