Telecoms Multiplexers: Voice & Data

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Metrodata offer a variety of different products for multiplexing various services, using a variety of underlying technologies, such as TDM, SDH and ATM.

These conversions are performed transparently and so are independent of protocol or router configuration. Comprehensive management functionality is also offered which allows the full range of monitoring and configuration control via either local or remote management. Devices can be managed locally using a terminal, or remotely using Telnet or SNMP via an IP network or in band management.

These products multiplex multiple Nx64kbps services onto E1 or fractional E1 services using TDM technology.

  • FM4200 converges an E1 drop port plus X.21/V.35 at 64kbps to 1984kbps onto an E1 2M G703 leased lines
  • FM4500 converges an E1 drop port plus Quad X.21/V.35 at 64kbps to 1984kbps onto an E1 2M G703 leased lines

These products multiplex multiple E1 services onto fibre using TDM technology.

  • Emux offers a simple method of delivering 4, 8 or 16 E1 services over redundant fibre

These products multiplex multiple Ethernet, E1, T1, E3 and DS3 services onto STM-1/OC-3 services or fibre using SDH technology.

  • MetroLAN1000 offers a sophisticated solution to the convergence of multiple Ethernet, E1 and T1 equipment using SDH multiplexing technology
  • MetroLAN2000 offers a sophisticated solution to the convergence of multiple Ethernet, E1, T1, E3 and DS3 equipment using SDH multiplexing technology

These products multiplex multiple services using ATM technology, including many ATM service types such as E1, E2, E3, DS3, STM-1/OC-3, plus many non-ATM service types such as PBX, mobile, broadcast video, Ethernet, IP, serial data, encrypted data, which are presented on interfaces such as T1, E1, E2, E3, DS3, EIA530, HSSI, ECL, ASI, 10/100baseT Ethernet.

  • AP Access Processor range offers a sophisticated platform for the convergence of multiple disparate services using ATM multiplexing technology