JDSU unveils JDSU 40/100 G Module for T-BERD/MTS-8000
Sep 17, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
JDSU, a provider of communications test and measurement solutions, has announced the availability of the JDSU 40/100 G Module for T-BERD/MTS-8000 which is suitable for 40/100 G Ethernet network field turn-up testing and troubleshooting.
The JDSU 40/100 G Module for T-BERD/MTS-8000 saves time with the only field-optimized optics self-test that ensures CFP optics modules run error-free; increases testing flexibility with a wide range of ODU multiplexing options that can test from the 100 G core to any network aggregation point; increases network confidence with a 40/100 G committed burst size (CBS) test that verifies correct traffic management and policing configuration on core network elements, especially critical for connections traversing at 100 and 10 GE rates; confidently guarantees that 100 G deployments will meet stringent SLA compliance requirements from financial customers and others with GCC transparency and high-accuracy standards-based latency measurements and ensures operating margins via optics test and trial network equipment performance with skew injection and skew alarm thresholds.
The rapid growth in 100 G interfaces makes it critical for operators to quickly and reliably ensure high-quality operation when installing new network elements and activating new 100 G services.
The newly enhanced 40/100 G Module for T-BERD/MTS-8000 allows network engineers and technicians to prove that CFP optics work properly before installation, validate proper network element operation, and ensure correct service configuration with an automated test suite that now includes CBS tests. Now they can also troubleshoot at multiple intermediate points within the network with flexible ODU multiplexing options-ODU0/1/2/2e/3/4.
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