OC-12


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OC-12Optical Carrier 12 (622.08 Mbps)
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While it does not publish rates for OC-12 Internet Service, we can estimate OC-12 pricing from the numbers for T1, T3, and OC-3.
Reaffirming its commitment to ATM, Cisco is announcing the availability of standards-based MPOA and LANE solutions at OC-3 and OC-12 rates.
So Lehigh now is leasing an OC-12 ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) segment from Bell.
To avoid these problems, many enterprises choose data-center multiplexers that can plug into FC switches and connect to SONET networks via DS3, OC-3, OC-12 and OC-48 interfaces.
Market indicators point to a growing demand for higher-density equipment, the ability to migrate from OC-12 (622 megabits-per-second) to OC- 48 (2.5 Gbits/s) speeds, support for virtual private networks (VPN), wired and wireless local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN).
The new nGenius Probe 9300 monitors OC-3 and OC-12 links, delivering information that shows what applications and by whom are running across a POS/SDH network and where possible performance problems are located and why.
(Nasdaq:CNXT), Newport Beach, Calif., has introduced the industry's highest-density channel controller for building Internet Protocol (IP) edge routers, optical access equipment and multi-service switches used in OC-12 (622 Mbps) and OC-48 (2.5 Gbps) internetworking applications.
The local ring that connects to Central Offices (COs) and Internet Points of Presences (POPs) operates at speeds of 622Mbps (OC-12).
So far PSINet has activated 6,000 miles of IXC OC-12 capacity and plans to activate about 1,500 additional miles b the end of the second quarter.
A major deciding factor for Jefferson was Newport Tower's technologically advanced fiber optic network, a revolutionary system called SONET OC-12, installed in the building by New Jersey Bell.
These highly stable modules are available in OC-3 (STM-1), 8-Channel TX/RX and OC-12 (STM-4) 8-Channel TX/RX.
Traditional service approaches have several notable shortcomings: including rigid bandwidth increments for T-1, DS-3, OC-3, OC-12 and OC-48 that typically require thousands of dollars in up-front customer investments in customer-premise equipment (CPE); long lead times in provisioning services; and the need to hire or train staff to design, procure, test, install, manage and maintain specialized WAN technologies, CPE platforms and management systems.