SANTA CLARA, Calif.–Salira Optical Network Systems Inc. has announced a carrier-class access architecture for Ethernet Passive Optical Networks (EPON) that delivers affordable broadband services by extending the life of existing legacy TDM services, while facilitating a migration to new opportunities in packet-based multi-services, according to the company.
Salira's architecture enables Service Level Agreement (SLA) management, real time Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation (DBA) and remote service creation and subscriber management.
The Salira Access Architecture enables service providers to deploy dynamic, packet-based bandwidth services more efficiently to their business customers, while simultaneously providing differentiated services for next-generation voice, data and video networks.
The Salira Architecture will support clear channel T-1/E-1 network access in addition to IP-centric network access at Fast Ethernet speed. The architecture will accommodate any combination of ATM, Frame Relay or voice, each in their native protocol.
The architecture is composed of three interlocking components: The Access Operating System, the Service Abstraction Layer and the Access Management System.