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BATM introduces New Telco systems IAD platform at CeBit
T300 delivers integrated access solutions to international market

Hanover, Germany (ots-PRNewswire) - Telco Systems, a leader in network edge technology and IP switching platforms, today announced that parent company, BATM Advanced Communications (UK: BVC), introduced an international roll-out of the T300 Integrated Access Device (IAD) to the enterprise market. The T300 is a T1/E1 Integrated Access Device scaled for enterprise applications that require a compact platform for low-cost aggregation of voice, data and Internet/Intranet access to the public network via high-speed link. The T300 may be seen at BATM's CeBit stand in Hall 11, number H22. (Photo: BATM's president and CEO, Dr. Zvi Marom, is quick to point out that "Telco Systems brings several decades of telecommunications expertise and carrier-class technology to the global market. Taken in combination with our expanding line of IP platforms, puts BATM in a very aggressive position in the enterprise." "The T300 integrated access device offers enabling technology that allows enterprise operators to drive their networking costs down while increasing their revenues through the quick delivery of cost effective, value-added business communications services," said Dave LeBeau, president, Telco Systems. "Our enterprise products have already gained global acceptance in reducing operating expenses through the deployment of space-efficient platforms with carrier class reliability. This is another step in our efforts to combine the breadth of our technology into leading edge products for the enterprise and carrier markets." The T300 is aimed at enterprise networks to allow bundling of voice, Internet/Intranet and data services. It is a fully managed and configurable device which combines the functionality of several different customer premises devices to allow for low-cost integration of POTS/CENTREX, PBX, corporate LAN access and internet access into a single device. Other products that will be featured at CeBit include the: * EdgeLink100 T3 multiplexer -- now with an E1 Drop Option which is a G.747 addition that allows a choice of mixed DS1 and E1 drops for gateway applications; an Extended Temperature or XT option, for operation in severe environments, such as those encountered in an outdoor cabinet or an underground vault * Access60 Integrated Access Device -- for access and cross-connect of DS0 to T1/E1 facilities. * T-Series IP switching platforms -- Featuring the T4, T4 Routing, T5, and T5Compact with a broad range of Ethernet interface options to support any networking media up and including VDSL over Gigabit Ethernet on fiber. Additionally, layer 3 routing support has now been added to most of the product line. About Telco Systems Based in Norwood, Massachusetts, Telco Systems has focused on carrier solutions for more than 25 years. As a part of the BATM family of companies, Telco Systems provides industry leading solutions for 10/100 Mbps services over Gigabit Ethernet fiber, VDSL solutions for the MTU/MDU market, the broadest possible range of IP platforms, and the company's EdgeLink family of integrated access, multi-service access and multi-service broadband transport products for seamless migration from circuit-based equipment to emerging packet/cell technologies. Telco Systems is a wholly owned subsidiary of BATM Advanced Communications. BATM (London stock exchange ticker symbol: BVC) is a worldwide leader in designing and supplying IP packet-based systems, such as high- capacity, self-routing switches with extensive QoS. For more information, please visit Telco Systems' web site at and BATM Advanced Communications' web site at ots Original Text Service: Telco Systems Internet: Contact: Liz Kelley of TMP Worldwide, +1 703-269-0120, or George Maier of Telco Systems, +1 781-551-0300, or Schlomi Kohen of BATM, +972 3 938 6958 Photo: AP Archive: PRN Photo Desk, +1 888-776-6555 or +1 201-369-3467 Web site: Original-Content von: Telco Systems Inc., übermittelt durch news aktuell

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