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Telica Launches Multiservice Switching System

Telica Inc. announced its hardware, software, and network management system, the Plexus 9000, designed to deliver carrier class, intelligent multiservice switching to incumbent and new carriers. The Plexus 9000 optimizes network traffic flow and circuit/session provisioning to boost Central Office (CO) switch density and capacity by 200 percent, as compared to other platforms.

The Plexus 9000 features over 180,000 protected DS-0s per rack; throughput of 15 Gigabits per second switch fabric capacity, with latency of 1.2 ms; integrated SS7 signaling, call control, and switching for voice and data services. It supports all transport and access types, including IMT, SS7, ISDN PRI, ATM, and IP.

Contact Telica, (508) 480-0909, www.telica.com.

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