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December 15, 2011
Orckit-Corrigent, a Packet Transport Network (PTN) provider, and TELSOL, a telecom group in Central America, announced that Cable Color, a service provider in Honduras, has selected Orckit-Corrigent’s IP/MPLS and MPLS-TP based CM-4000 PTN switches and CM-View network management system to unveil broadband and enterprise VPN services.
“Cable Color continues to operate a highly advanced network using state-of-the-art technologies to provide a wide range of broadband services to our customers,” said Cesar Rosenthal, CEO of Cable Color, in a statement.
“Orckit-Corrigent's solutions aggregate DSLAMs and transport 10Gbit broadband with advanced traffic management and quality of service technologies to meet our specific technical and economical requirements. This investment is another clear evidence for our: More than a Cable company, providing an access to the world vision,” Rosenthal added.
Leveraging Orckit’s CM-4000 portfolio, a series of small, medium and large capacity Packet Transport Network switches, Cable Color can benefit from a combination of Ethernet, SDH and PDH services to facilitate migration towards a unified packet network.
Since these products are based on dual stack IP/MPLS and MPLS-TP, packet synchronization and circuit emulation technologies, Cable Color can design and scale up the delivery of residential, business and mobile backhauling services in next-generation telecom infrastructure networks.
“Orckit-Corrigent is pleased to include Cable Color in our growing global customer base,” said Izhak Tamir, co-founder and president of Orckit Communications (News - Alert). “This selection highlights the effectiveness of our solution for next-generation networks.”
“We announced the first deployment of CM-4000 products about two years ago and have since then significantly increased our presence and customer base in Central and Latin America, the Asia-Pacific, and Europe, with the addition of both Tier-1 and Tier-2 service providers,” Tamir added.
Recently, Orckit-Corrigent announced that HEAG MediaNet, a German telecom service provider, selected the company to deploy Orckit-Corrigent's MPLS and MPLS-TP based CM-4000 PTN switches.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell