- TDM support in a Next Generation Network
- T1/E1 structured/unstructured CES support
- Multiple clock recovery mechanisms
- Works in the MXK chassis alongside the most flexible family of line cards in the industry: from POTS to VDSL2, from T1/E1 to PON
MXK T1/E1 PWE LINE CARD: MXK-PWE-T1/E1-24
The MXK T1/E1 PWE line card uses PWE3 Psuedo-wire Emulation End-to-End) technology and is designed to work with other TDMoIP devices from DZS. Customer premise equipment from DZS supporting TDMoIP can be used with the T1/E1 PWE line card in the MXK for a complete end-to-end TDM over packet solution. Each line card supports up to 24 T1/E1 circuits that can each be separated from other network traffic using IEEE 802.1Q VLANs. DZS’s PWE implementation supports both structured and unstructured circuits.
Although many networks have upgraded or will upgrade to packet transport, older products still require TDM interfaces. The T1/E1 PWE line card for the MXK supports Circuit Emulation over a packet network allowing TDM-based services to be transported over the packet network. Using a single network infrastructure for both packet and TDM services saves OPEX and CAPEX.
Service providers can use MXK’s flexible architecture to deploy different technologies such as POTS, xDSL, xPON, EFM and Active Ethernet on the same platform in their Central offices or Remote Terminals as a fiber to the premises (FTTP) or Fiber to the node (FTTH) network element. The MXK chassis is available in multiple form factors providing a solution for all deployment sizes.View printable version