The IpLink™ Multi-Megabit Inverse Mux comes standard with Dual Gigabit Ethernet ports and is perfect for satisfying the need of bandwidth-hungry applications supporting Layer 2 bonding of T1/E1 WAN interfaces into high bandwidth logical ports.
Rapid service deployment is the key to grabbing market share, the lifeblood of carrier business economics. To overcome the lack of supporting facilities, carriers with access to inexpensive T1/E1 circuits can reuse the already installed TDM network to bridge the bandwidth gap and continue deploying broadband services in areas where the infrastructure is still developing. For carriers needing to backhaul Ethernet traffic from remote terminals, the IpLink™ Multi-Megabit Inverse Mux transparently extends Ethernet over bonded T1/E1 circuits. With jumbo Ethernet frame support, the Multi-Megabit Inverse Mux transparently passes all VLAN and Q-in-Q encapsulated traffic to simplify configurations while applying still ACTIVE Layer 2 QoS traffic shaping and filtering.
|Point-to-Point Transparent Ethernet Extension over Bonded T1/E1|
Enterprise IT Managers needing to bridge the bandwidth gap between a single T1/E1 and a T3/E3 will benefit from the IpLink™ Multi-Megabit Inverse Mux. The Inverse Mux transparently transports Ethernet over bonded T1/E1 circuits. Unlike other solutions which are difficult to configure, the Multi-Megabit Inverse Mux makes it easy to transparently Bridge Ethernet over the WAN while applying ACTIVE Layer 2/3 QoS, traffic shaping and filtering.
|3G Cell Site Backhaul|
The growth of 3G data services is undeniable. However, when the fiber infrastructure is not in place, the cost of losing subscribers to competitors can amount to millions in lost revenue. For carriers needing to backhaul Ethernet traffic from 3G cell sites, the IpLink™ Multi-Megabit Inverse Mux transparently extends Ethernet over bonded T1/E1 circuits. With jumbo Ethernet frame support, the Multi-Megabit Inverse Mux transparently passes all Layer 2 Ethernet traffic to simplify configurations while applying ACTIVE Layer 2 QoS traffic shaping and filtering.
|Broadband Access over Bonded T1/E1 Circuits|
When the infrastructure needed to support subscriber services is not in place or when subscribers prefer to avoid emerging broadband technologies, carriers with access to wholesale T1/E1 circuits can reuse the already installed TDM network to bridge customer Ethernet traffic, avoiding endless hours of complex IP routing configurations and providing their subscribers a right-sized service.
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