CTC Union’s SmartView™ Element Management System (EMS) is a comprehensive management solution that monitors device performance, enables remote configuration and provisioning, and provides fault notification status.
The FRM220A series is an Ethernet based aggregation platform, which incorporates a 24+4 port L2 Gigabit Ethernet switch (FRM220AGSW/SNMP-(n) or a new 20+4 port L2 Gigabit Ethernet switch with 4x10Gigabit uplink (FRM220A-GSW/SNMP-10G). The FRM220A has a built-in Gigabit Ethernet backplane to interconnect the Ethernet access with the FRM220-GSW/SNMP card. The L2 switch card supports many advanced Layer 2 switch technologies including port and tag based VLAN, QoS, LACP, RSTP to name just a few. The FRM220A chassis solution significantly lowers the OPEX for operator and service provider when deploying fiber access networks.
The VDTU2-B140 is a Gigabit Ethernet Copper Extender that supports an aggregated bandwidth up to 300Mbps (Downstream: 150 Mbps/ Upstream: 150 Mbps) and delivers fiber-optic like speeds on existing copper infrastructure. The VDTU2-B140 is equipped with 4x 1000Base-T RJ-45 ports and 1x VDSL2 RJ-45 or 2-PIN Terminal Block. Built in a metal enclosure, it provides for easy installation in harsh environments. Eight different profile settings can be selected via dip switches to flexibly suit various applications and environments. Symmetric profiles can be applied as a standard Ethernet connection, while Asymmetric profiles can be used for other services such as Video streaming or IP surveillance services which require high traffic flow in one direction. The VDTU2-B140 supports transparent LAN bridging to extend Ethernet service over UTP, Cat 5+ cables or simple single pair telephone cable. It is the best high throughput Long Reach Ethernet Extender for service providers when deploying their IP-based networking services to meet various application scenarios in harsh environments.
The iSAP5100 is a 4U 19” 20 slots rack type STM1 / E1 Time Division Multiplexer for fractional E1 network access, which is designed for non-stop operation. There are 18 slots available for hot-swappable iSAP5100 I/O cards. Two slots are provided for CPU Controller cards and two slots are provided for power supplies. Uplink supports STM1 fiber and E1 copper, two types of connection, maximum up to 144x E1 cross connect for Voice and Data. The iSAP5100 accommodates up to two separate power supplies, which may derive power from AC (110/220) or DC (-36~72V) power sources. When two power supplies are installed, the modules provide complete power redundancy and are hot swappable even during the E1 cards’ transmission. The iSAP5100 provides STM1 fiber and E1 copper uplink with a the maximum E1 support of up to 96 E1 channels with cross connection for Voice and Data or interface including RS232, V.35, G64K, FXS, FXO, ET100 and E&M. CTC Union also provides and maintains our own SmartView EMS (Element Management System) which is a Java based client/server manager for monitoring , configuration, maintenance, or troubleshooting a large number of network elements over a long period of time.
IPM-E1/4E1 is designed as a multi-service access platform for PDH over IP applications. E1 frames can be mapped/de-mapped into/ from IP packets. An adaptive clock recovery method for Ingress PDH (PSN->TDM) clock generation is implemented to support E1 (ITU-T G.823) Jitter performance.
IPM-E1/4E1 provides cost-effective applications of traditional circuit-switched system over IP. It is easy to interconnect existing phone systems over IP that are used to carry data, voice and video. With high precision clock recovery technology, IPM-E1/4E1 is capable of supporting 2G/3G/4G backhaul and provides smooth services. IPM-E1/4E1 can transparently transport proprietary signaling that are required to support PBX features, including call conference, call forwarding and SS7. Customer can easily apply and enjoy better integration of TDM and IP devices with lower network expense. With a pair of IPM-E1/4E1 and guaranteed internet bandwidth, it is sure to save cost dramatically, and to ensure the QoS of voice based on interconnections of TDM equipment.