Zarlink Semiconductor Inc. announced today that Seattle-based Allied Telesyn is using its CESoP (Circuit Emulation ...
October 24, 2005
Zarlink Semiconductor Inc. announced today that Seattle-based Allied Telesyn is using its CESoP (Circuit Emulation Services over Packet) processor in a multiservice access platform supporting IP triple play services.
Allied Telesyn’s end-to-end access offering allows network operators to support IP triple play voice, video and data as well as enhanced services, such as VoIP, IP video, video-on-demand and business VPNs (virtual private networks) over copper and fiber networks.
Using the ZL50110 processor in its iMAP 9700 and miniMAP 9100 platforms, Allied Telesyn’s access platform can tunnel circuit-switched traffic over an Ethernet network, Zarlink, which is based in Ottawa, said in a release.
“Network operators are demanding access technologies that fit with their existing infrastructure and have the capability to support today’s applications and grow as services evolve,” said Jim Holland, vice president of engineering at Allied Telesyn, a provider of Ethernet/IP access products.