Telco Systems, an edge computing and networking solutions provider, has introduced the T-Marc 3352S network interface device. The company says this device’s 10 Gigabit per second data rate is optimal for fiber optics networks that require fast speeds and reduced latency.
The Telco Systems TMC-3352S provides up to four 10 Gigabit Ethernet connections and twelve 1 Gigabit Ethernet user interfaces using a small form factor pluggable plus transceiver modules. The advanced networking capabilities integrate into a half 19-inch space for leased-line service delivery and 4G/5G mobile backhaul.
“This advanced solution is an affordable and compact networking device that delivers flexible and reliable service delivery, perfectly suited to meet the growing demand for high-speed connectivity while ensuring quality and reliability,” says Ariel Efrati, the CEO of Telco Systems.
Telco System claims the TMC-3352S supports CE2.0 services, including E-Line, E-LAN, E-Tree and E-Access, and advanced solutions like OAM, SLA and resiliency features.
E-Line is a point-to-point Ethernet VPN service that connects two locations with a secure and scalable Ethernet connection. The E-LAN is a multipoint Ethernet VPN service that connects through a full mesh network topology. E-Tress connects multiple points in a hub-and-spoke network topology.
“We look forward to demonstrating the capabilities of the TMC-3352 at WISPAmerica and connecting with the WISP community,” says Jason Hyatt, the VP and GM of America of Telco Systems. “We built this device based on commercial and technical requirements directly from our customers, so I’m excited to share it with them, with new prospects and with our partners.”
Earlier this year, Telco System was recognized by STL Partners as one of the top 100 companies to watch in edge computing for 2023, the company’s third consecutive time on this annual list.
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