|[January 30, 2013]
Pulsecom SuperG Certified to Carrier Ethernet 2.0
HERNDON, Va. --(Business Wire)--
Pulsecom, a Subsidiary of Hubbell Incorporated (2012 revenue: $3.0B),
marks its 50th anniversary by announcing Carrier Ethernet 2.0
certification of the Pulsecom SuperG
multi-service access product for mobile backhaul and business Ethernet
In the first group of vendors to successfully complete the rigorous MEF (News - Alert)
(Metro Ethernet Forum) CE 2.0 certification process, Pulsecom continues
to demonstrate its commitment to products optimized for the rigors of
Tier 1 Service Provider outside plant operating environments.
"The MEF views the Carrier Ethernet 2.0 certification program as opening
a very important chapter in the evolution
of standardized Carrier Ethernet services. CE 2.0 certification provides
an essential proof point for CE 2.0 services opening up new markets for
regional providers, delivery of cloud services, the first
application-oriented SLAs and optimization of mobile backhaul." Eric
Puetz, MEF Certification Committee Co-Chair & Director - Broadband,
Access, an Transport Standards, AT&T (News - Alert).
"Pulsecom brings decades of OSP experience to the Ethernet vendor
community, and is uniquely able to provide solutions that not only meet
Ethernet operational requirements, but also address the practical,
real-world installation and deployment issues associated with OSP
cabinets, cell sites and customer premise locations," says Marco
Mascitto, Pulsecom Business Development.
is a revolutionary way to establish "Ethernet Ready Subscribers", by
enabling operators to remotely roll customers from DS1 to CE2.0
Services, integrate with billions of dollars of existing SONET
infrastructure, and overcome turn-up and deployment hurdles, such as
fiber exhaustion and provisioning in hybrid CE/TDM networks.
The entire family of Pulsecom SuperG products has extensive tagging,
QoS, policing, timing, service activation and protection switching
capabilities with secured management plane access from the NetPulse
Element Management System (EMS).
SuperG products are proudly designed and assembled in the United States
by Pulsecom, an ISO9001:2008 and TL9000 certified company. For more
information on the SuperG family of products, visit Pulsecom at www.pulse.com.
A subsidiary of Hubbell Incorporated (NYSE: HUBA, HUBB) since 1973,
Pulsecom has shipped over 10,000,000 voice and data circuits to the
public network; over half have been deployed in harsh Outside Plant
applications. As the network evolves from TDM to Ethernet, Pulsecom's
mission remains the same: lower the cost of services by leveraging
existing public network infrastructure, minimizing provisioning
requirements, simplifying testing and troubleshooting and accelerating
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