Generate More Revenue. Transport Ethernet over Anything
Maximize your revenue per customer with RAD Data Communications’ carrier-grade Ethernet solutions. Extend and aggregate your Ethernet services on- or off-net, over a variety of access infrastructures.
|"RAD's technology allows us to meet the rapidly increasing demand for managed Ethernet services through leased-line connectivity."|
Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder
Yipes Enterprise Services, Inc.
Single vendor support of Ethernet extension and aggregation over PDH/SONET, fiber, DSL, wireless and services e.g. TDM, HDLC over Ehternet, ensures end-to-end compatibility and ease of operations. View illustrative network diagram on the right or products tab for full list.
|"We have many RAD products throughout our network: the RICi-T3, IPmux-11, IMXi-4, the FCD-155 and four or five complete Airmux-200 wireless radio links...We are definitely happy with the products and support we've received from RAD."
Guaranteed SLAs per user, per service. Download white paper: everything you need to know about Carrier Ethernet SLAs.
All of our products are MEF certified and support E-Line and E-LAN service topologies, as well as the rollout of Ethernet Private Line (EPL) and Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) services. Learn more about E-Line, E-LAN, EPL & EVPL.
Full Ethernet OAM. Everything you need to manage and maintain your Ethernet service end-to-end with minimal truckrolls and maximum service resiliency. Includes connectivity check, link trace, MAC swap and IP loopback, dying gasp, and other remote failure indication signals, full path redundancy and fault propagation. Our products comply with IEEE 802.3-2005 (formerly 802.3ah), IEEE 802.1ag, and with ITU-T Y.1731 standards. Download Ethernet OAM white paper.
Temperature-hardened units for outdoor installations.
Network/user port and power supply redundancies for high availability.
Advanced timing over packet solutions with accurate clock recovery, compensation for packet transport inefficiencies, capture of average transmission rate of the original bit stream, and distribution of accurate timing information to all network elements. These methods include NTR, NTP, ITU-T G.8261, Synchronous Ethernet, and the recently approved IEEE 1588v2. Download our Timing over Packet white paper to learn more.