Comcentric Networking deploys BTI's Metro Networking Solution
Nov 04, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
BTI Systems Inc., a provider of intelligent networking software and systems, has announced that Comcentric Networking Inc., a networking and communications solutions provider, has deployed BTI's Metro Networking Solution to reportedly provide wavelength scalability and simplify operational complexities and ease the delivery of new services.
The BTI 7000 Series forms the foundation for Comcentric's deployment and is a compact, modular and easy-to-use packet optical networking system that provides dynamic scaling at the lowest cost per bit. The BTI 7000 Series Dynamic Optical Layer (DOL) helps address the explosion of high-bandwidth video and mobile broadband applications by increasing the agility of metro and regional area networks and operationally simplifying the delivery of Ethernet and wavelength services, video and Over-the-Top content to efficiently meet customer demands. The BTI DOL greatly enhances automation for Comcentric Networking with the reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexing (ROADM).
The BTI proNX Management and Control software removes multi-vendor, multi-layer complexity from the network and provides end-to-end network management to improve infrastructure efficiency, increase the rate of delivery of profitable high-value services and enable more highly scalable, flexible network solutions that readily adapt to changing business needs.
"A multi-carrier network presents challenges for the companies within the Consortium to remain flexible, efficient and ensure they are competitive to meet the escalating demands of customers downloading video and moving to cloud services," said Tye Bragg, vice president of Sales for North American Service Providers at BTI.
"Understanding the importance of achieving any-to-any wavelength provisioning and the necessity to upgrade their network, they recognized the value of working with one supplier to immediately meet their requirements today and have the solutions for future upgrades, such as 100G. We are pleased to be working in partnership with Comcentric Networking as they scale their shared network and improve operations and performance."
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