CTIA SUPER MOBILITY WEEK, LAS VEGAS USA: Vitesse Semiconductor Corp. announced that Tailyn Technologies Inc. is using Vitesse’s CEServices software and Serval VSC7418 Carrier Ethernet switch engine for Tailyn’s CES-111G series of Gigabit Network Interface Devices (NID) to deliver carrier-class networking for cloud-based delivery business services.
“Vitesse was our top choice, given their expertise in carrier networking and unique service-aware architecture,” said George Lee, product marketing director at Tailyn Technologies. “Their solutions readily matched our requirements to build a carrier-grade, MEF CE 2.0-compliant Ethernet service delivery platform with highly-accurate timing and synchronization, resiliency, as well as ease and low cost of operation.”
“Vitesse is the first to enable an ODM model for Carrier networking equipment,” said Larry O’Connell, product marketing director at Vitesse. “While we’ve seen this model successfully applied in other markets, carrier systems have more complex design, certification and validation requirements compared to consumer or Enterprise solutions. Vitesse takes the guesswork out of the equation with our MEF CE 2.0-compliant Ethernet switch engine and software solutions, expediting a path to market with carrier-class equipment for business service delivery. That translates to network deployment within six months, as opposed to 18 months or more.”