The RC1201 series extends TDM traffic transparently over Ethernet, UDP/IP, MEF or MPLS Packet Switched Networks (PSNs), with a large configurable jitter buffer that compensates for the delay introduced by the PSN.
Raisecom offers solutions for packetization of TDM services in the form of CPEs and aggregation devices. When working in pairs or with aggregation nodes, the RC1201 series can extend the TDM traffic transparently over the Ethernet, UDP/IP, MEF or MPLS Packet Switched Networks (PSNs).
The RC1201 series offers a configurable jitter buffer that enables smooth compensation for the delay variation introduced by the PSN. All of RC1201 series support four clock modes and two Ethernet payload encapsulations. The aggregation models offer an optional clock sub-card to recover the external clock. The RC1201 series supports advanced traffic management such as flow control, fault propagation, rate-limit, tagging, stacking and filtering (in addition to a full suite of OAM functionality). All the PWE3 demarcation devices support in-band and out-of-band management, and can be configured locally via CLI, Telnet, or SNMP (NView compatible).