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1 Engage Communication has delivered innovative mission critical telecom and networking equipment for over 20 years. Our products provide Circuit to IP connectivity; T1/E1 Link Encryption; Auto-Protection Switching (APS); Ethernet and IP Link Encryption; and Access Router Solutions. Engage equipment is relevant for both large and small networks and is deployed across the globe in service provider, enterprise, government and education networks. Engage Solutions: Lower Transport Costs Extend Equipment Life Secure Voice, Video and Data Increase Network Availability Provide IP Connectivity 2010 Engage Communication Engage Doc. ProdApp. Rev. E

2 Circuit Emulation Over IP / Ethernet TDM PBX Interconnect Over IP IP Tube for T1/E1 Circuit Extension over IP The IP Tube transparent operation maintains the proprietary signaling required to support PBX features such as call conferencing, call forwarding, caller ID and SS7. Legacy phone equipment investment is preserved. Available with Integrated Echo Cancellation and Lossless Data Compression. T3 Over IP Ethernet T3 Voice, Video and Data over IP The IP Tube T3 encapsulates T3 circuits into IP and Ethernet packets. The conversion of T3 circuits into packets enables organizations to dramatically reduce leased line costs by exploiting the efficiency of Ethernet networks. E3 Over IP Ethernet E3 Voice, Video and Data over IP The IP Tube E3 encapsulates E3 circuits into IP and Ethernet packets. The conversion of E3 circuits into packets enables organizations to dramatically reduce leased line costs by exploiting the efficiency of Ethernet networks. 2.

3 LAN to LAN Tunnel / Ethernet VPN Ethernet VPN or Non-routable protocols over IP The IP Tube E2 creates an Ethernet VPN for transparent extension of a private LAN across the public Internet or other third party networks. Create a virtual private network or transport legacy and non-routable protocols over IP networks. Serial Data Connection Over IP Connection of Serial Data over IP Ethernet The IP Tube SER serial interface product line connects Serial Data Encryptors and other serial devices to IP networks. Type 1 synchronous serial bulk rate encryptors such as KIV7, KIV-19, OMNIxi and KG-84 can be used in IP and Ethernet applications. With a wide variety of serial interfaces (RS232/RS530/X.21/V.35), and a Chassis solution with 60 port capability, the IP Tube SER encapsulates serial data from DTE or DCE interfaces into IP packets providing transparent interconnection of serial equipment via LANs, WANs, IP Satellite and Wireless Ethernet. 3.

4 Assured Delivery Protocol In order to assure high quality communications over links with intermittent or noisy performance, such as Wireless or Broadband over Power Line, the IP Tube employs Engage s robust Assured Delivery Protocol with the following benefits: Packet out of sequence detection and re-sequencing Duplicate skipping Lost packet retransmission with configured delay Signaling Support PRI ISDN, SS7, ESF, D4, SLC-96, Proprietary out of band, and robbed bit signaling are supported. Transparent support for Data, Modem or Fax. Voice quality is not compromised. Lossless Data Compression OPTION -C The IP Tube DLT1-Ecan-C continuously detects idle and redundant data within each T1 Voice circuit resulting in as much as a 56 to 1 bandwidth savings. Alternator OPTION -ALT The Alternator option alternatively sends the IP packetized T1/E1 frames on two Ethernet interfaces, balancing the load. The Alternator option enables fractional and full T1 circuits to be split over two IP WAN connections such as ADSL. DS0 Timeslot Multiplexor OPTION - MUX The MUX option maps DSOs from a central site to as many as 24/31 remote locations via an IP/Ethernet connection. Provides Virtual DACS Over IP capability. Mesh DS0 timeslots one-to-many or many-to-many. SuperTube OPTION - SUPER The Super Tube option multiplexes four T1/E1 circuits onto one IP packet stream which reduces the encapsulation overhead bandwidth and the packet frequency by 75%. The substantial reduction of packet frequency enables packet processors to reliably support the extension of real time circuits. 4.

5 Automatic Circuit Protection (APS) Protection of mission critical communications is a priority for mission critical networking and telecom applications. Engage meets this need head on with a variety of protection mechanisms. IP Tube Protector -PRO option provides for automatic protection of a T1/E1/T3/ E3/SyncSerial circuit over independent IP networks by sending sequentially duplicate circuit packets onto a second Ethernet LAN interface. IP Tube Link Protector -LPT option provides an automatic backup for T1/E1 circuits with Circuit Emulation Services Over IP providing Backup interconnection via Wireless Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, IP Satellite Services, xdsl,... Protection of Primary T1/E1 Circuits Syn APS delivers critical infrastructure connectivity assurance by automatically routing a failed primary T1/E1 circuit to a second or even third backup T1/E1. Primary circuit traffic can be switched to a backup IP network for increased resiliency. 5.

6 Cellular Base Station Backhaul Cellular Backhaul Solutions Cellular Basestation backhaul to Basestation Controllers represents one of the largest operating expenses for a mobile network provider. With ever increasing demand from new services and subscribers there is constant pressure to lower costs while increasing backhaul coverage and bandwidth. Engage addresses this challenge with a series of products that seamlessly connect T1/E1 Base Stations (BTS) to Base Station Controllers (BSC) and BSCs to Mobile Switching Centers (MSC) over IP networks. In addition, Engage provides solutions that optimize mobile traffic for more efficient transport. Backhaul TDM Circuits utilizing IP Packets IP Tube products enable cellular backhaul providers to leverage ubiquitous, economical, and reliable IP / Ethernet services as an alternative to T1/E1 circuits. BTS T1/E1 traffic is encapsulated into IP / Ethernet packets for interconnection to the BSC, and BSC T1/E1 traffic encapsulated for interconnection to the MSC. Full and fractional T1/E1 connections are supported. The IP Tube cellular backhaul solution consists of both remote site and central site solutions. At the remote site, compact low power products provide from 1 to 4 T1/E1 interfaces and up to 2 Ethernet ports for transport redundancy. The central site solution supports up to 60 T1/E1 circuits in a compact chassis. 6.

7 Mobile Basestation Backhaul Optimization The IP Tube G4 Abis provides advanced optimization of 3GPP Abis traffic for efficient and cost effective GSM Cellular Base Station backhaul. Its Powerful and flexible Field Programmable Gate Array based Abis engine provides for the simultaneous full duplex optimization of 512 TRAU sub channels. The IP Tube G4 Abis transports the optimized Basestation traffic over a WAN Circuit or as TDM over IP packets via wired or wireless Ethernet connections. Abis Optimization over Satellite Engage s Abis Optimization can be configured to provide a 50% reduction in the bandwidth required for GSM BTS satellite backhaul. The IP Tube Abis makes it possible to provide mobile services to locations that are revenue challenged. Abis Optimization over T1/E1 Backhaul IP Tube Abis optimization greatly improves the efficiency of T1/E1 backhaul circuits by reducing the number of backhaul T1/E1s in half. This results in significant Opex savings. Alternatively, the capacity recovered can be used to support new services without increasing the number of T1/E1 circuits required. Abis Optimization over IP Ethernet Including Abis optimization in an IP backhaul solution reduces packet bandwidth on the IP network. This lowers monthly recurring charges (reduced megabyte usage), opens up bandwidth for other applications and can make previously difficult to justify deployments, such as satellite, affordable. 7.

8 SS7 Transport and Monitoring SS7 Transport over IP for Switch Interconnect & Analysis IP Tube for SS7 over IP for Switch Exchange and Monitoring Enable phone switches and other SS7 Signaling elements to exchange T1/E1 TDMbased SS7 signaling over an IP or Ethernet interconnection, eliminating the cost of leased T1/E1 connections SS7 over IP for Remote Analysis and Capture IP Tube for Transport of SS7 over IP to Central Monitoring Site Enable centralized monitoring of remote switches by transporting SS7 signaling from remote switch locations to a central site where SS7 analyzer instruments and personnel are located. With SS7 Sniffer Option signaling information is encapsulated into standards-based packet format for capture, analysis and archiving by Ethernet packet analyzers. 8.

9 GPS Stratum 1 Clock For Synchronous Telecom Networks Engage PrimaStratum is a stand-alone, GPS Disciplined Oscillator based TDM/ Ethernet timing source provides Stratum 1 level timing signals for the interfacing of TDM and IP based circuits. The PrimaStratum receives GPS satellite timing signals to control an onboard oscillator providing from one to 4 T1 or E1 Stratum 1 reference clocks. Access Routers and Bridges Engage Communication got its start making Wide Area Networking equipment in In addition to Inverse multiplexors we have Drop and Insert and DACs. Bond NxE1 or NxT1 Connections for High Bandwidth IP WAN Router/Bridge with 4 T1/E1 ports and Inverse Mux IP Express is a high performance, bandwidth scalable, IP WAN router/bridge with 4 T1/E1 ports and inverse multiplexing. The 4 T1/E1 ports can connect to 4 remote locations or optionally to connect to a single remote location, using 4xT1/4xE1 and inverse multiplexing, providing up to 8 Mbps connectivity. 9.

10 Circuit Encryption Solutions T1/E1 Link Encryption - Voice, Video and Data Link Encryption for T1/E1 Circuits The Engage Black Bond T1/E1 Link Encryptor utilizes the Advanced Encryption Standard to secure valuable sensitive information transmitted over point-to-point or dial-up T1/E1 communication links. T1/E1 Link Encryption for Redundant Secure Links T1/E1 Link Encryption for Redundant Secure Links Redundant Encrypted T1/E1 links provided between sites using Engage BlackBond APS (Automatic Protection Switch). Feature offers Failover from Primary T1/E1 Link to Backup. 10.

11 Packet Encryption Solutions Point-To-Point Ethernet Packet Encryption Ethernet and IP Packet Encryption The Black Door and Black Door GIG Packet Encryptors utilizes the Advance Encryption Standard (AES) with 256-bit keying to secure sensitive information transmitted over IP and Ethernet interconnects. Supports three modes of operation: Bridging, Tunneling & Routing. Point-MultiPoint Ethernet Packet Encryption Multipoint Ethernet and IP Packet Encryption Black Door and Black Door GIG Encryptors protect the confidentiality and integrity of Intranet and Internet Ethernet networks with the strongest commercially available cryptography. The Black Door Ethernet Encryptor, supports Multipoint information assurance configurations with unique dynamic keys, and is specifically designed for real time wireline backbones and the full spectrum of outdoor Wireless WAN technologies. 11.

12 Engage Premium Network Solutions Product IP Tube IP Tube IP Tube IP Tube Stratum Black Bond Black Door IP Express Syn Aps Application Cellular Basestation Backhaul Circuit-Over-IP: T1/E1,T3/E3,RS232,RS530,V35,X.21 Ethernet Tunnel and VPN and IP Bridge SS7 Protocol Probe or SS7oIP Signaling Transport GPSDO and OCXO Timing Source T1/E1 Circuit Encryption Ethernet / IP point-to-point / multipoint encryption Access Routers, Bridges and Multiplexors T1/E1 Automatic Protection Switching Engage products are available as stand-alone units or as slot-cards for the CHUB-E chassis. The CHUB-E chassis houses up to 15 slot-cards and has redundant AC or DC power options. Stand alone units may also be ordered as AC or DC powered. Stand alone units can be rack mounted by ordering rack mount kits. Superior Customer Service Engage s twenty years of success are the result of earning the privilege to further the communication objectives of our customers. Free customer support over the lifetime of the product Technical support experts that know Engage products and applications Engage Communication 9565 Soquel Drive, Aptos, CA Engage-4 or

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