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RAD Enables French Alternative Operator to Deliver Differentiated Services over Ethernet to Enterprise Customers

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ETX E-NTUs Provide Binding SLAs with Guaranteed QoS over Entire Service Path
Completel is the primary French telecommunications operator with a nationwide network dedicated to enterprise customers. With France’s first Very High Rate alternative fiber optic network and its own nationwide unbundled DSL network, Completel is a specialist in offering network and telecom solutions – voice, data and convergence – to SMEs, corporations, the government and public sector, and operators and service providers.

Recently, Completel decided to deploy Ethernet access devices from RAD Data Communications to facilitate the provisioning of differentiated services over Ethernet to its enterprise customers across the country.

RAD’s ETX-102 and ETX-202 Ethernet Network Termination Units (E-NTUs) are intelligent demarcation devices, owned and operated by the service provider, and installed at the subscriber’s premises. They are used to extend and transport Fast Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet traffic over fiber while providing extensive fault detection and diagnostic capabilities that allow the service provider to address diverse client needs and offer binding Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with guaranteed Quality-of-Service (QoS) over the entire service path.

“Given that Ethernet services are growing in complexity and becoming more diversified, Completel decided to deploy intelligent demarcation units to enable remote monitoring and configuration of those services to guarantee customer SLAs,” explains Xavier Poinsignon, Data Product Manager at Completel.

Challenge?Challenge

To facilitate the provisioning of differentiated services over Ethernet to enterprise customers.

solution?Solution

RAD’s ETX-102 and ETX-202 Ethernet Network Termination Units, intelligent demarcation devices that are owned and operated by the service provider but installed at the subscriber’s premises.