Dax Networks Unveils Carrier Class Routing Switch

by CXOtoday Staff    Mar 14, 2005

Dax Networks, in collaboration with Telco Systems, USA, has launched T6 Pro classic routing switch DX BTI-0630, a high-end carrier-class metro routing switch.

The T6 Pro comes with multi-layering, multi-service facilities, which provide uncompromising security and QoS. Optimized for core and large-scale distribution, T6 Pro caters to the requirements of large enterprises where high-port density is crucial.

The T6 Pro supports reliability levels consistent with mission critical services guaranteeing 99.999% product uptime. The Redundant CPU and the Matrix Cards in this routing switch come with unique hot-swap support, hot-swappable fan drawers, and an advanced dual power supply to each slot, thus enabling continuous operations.

This routing switch offers unique convergence of any-protocol on any-card in any-slot of any-Advanced TCA (Telecom Computing Architecture) platform. This will enable converging IP with various other technologies such as wireless, storage, server blades, gateways and many more service types within a single platform.

The product is expected to address the large networking projects across telecom companies, large enterprises, the defense, research institutions, BFSI and the e-governance sector. The company will work closely with national system integrators to address these industries.

Commenting on the launch of the T6 Pro, Sujit Singh, country manager, Dax Networks, said, “We are expanding our switch and router portfolio for the Core to address the needs of most mission critical customers. With the addition of T6 Pro in our portfolio, we are now able to offer high-end and complex solutions at the core of any enterprise network. The switch offers flexibility, security, interoperability and reliability catering to the demanding business needs of today.”

Priced at Rs 11,66,609, the product also comes with a programmable powerful network processor with maximum flexibility to suit the customer needs.

Dax is aggressively targeting the high-end networking market at the Core and has consolidated its router portfolio. It has tied up with Maipu Communications, China and Telco Systems, USA to bring relevant technologies for the Indian market.