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August 9, 2009

Wintegra, Asidua launch Carrier Ethernet control stacks for WinPath

Allows equipment vendors to address the current market window for MEF compliant Carrier Ethernet products

By CBR Staff Writer

Wintegra, a provider of network processors for the access, wireless and broadband markets, and Asidua, a supplier of software development services for the telecommunications market, have introduced a new family of Carrier-class Ethernet Control Plane Stacks for WinPath Architecture based access processors.

Wintegra claimed that Carrier Ethernet Control Plane Software Stacks deliver enhanced Carrier Ethernet services in access, aggregation and transport equipment. Applications range from IP DSLAMs, Mobile backhaul and PON FTTH/FTTC infrastructure. Wintegra’s customers can also license these control stacks directly from Asidua.

These control plane software stacks are provided with access to source code, documentation and sample applications. Together with the MEF compliant and production ready WinPath Data Path Software, Wintegra customers can integrate these control stacks into their existing and new carrier ethernet products, the company said.

Eddie Millsopp, head of telecoms and device services division at Asidua, said: Asidua and Wintegra have collaborated to facilitate Asidua’s delivery of these control stacks which are pre-integrated with Wintegra’s WinPath portfolio.”

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Asidua’s current offering includes the Carrier Ethernet control plane stacks that include: IEEE 802.1AX Link Aggregation and IEEE 802.1ag Connectivity Fault Management.

The company said that additional control plane stacks will be released later in the year, with support for Carrier Ethernet standards such as ITU Y.1731 Performance Monitoring and IEEE 802.3ah Link OAM.

Robert O’Dell, EVP of marketing and sales at Wintegra, said: Carrier Ethernet Access and Aggregation equipment is increasingly being deployed by our customers around the world, driving the demand for MEF compliant Carrier Ethernet solutions and services.

“Asidua’s Standards Compliant Carrier Ethernet Control Stacks already ported to WinPath processors, help our customers meet their aggressive schedules and allow them to focus their efforts on value-added and differentiated features.

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