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BATM introduces EdgeLink VDSL to international market at CeBit / Affordable MTU/MDU solutions for global applications

Hanover, Germany (ots-PRNewswire) - BATM Advanced Communications, a world leader in IP switching platforms and parent company of Telco Systems in Norwood, Massachusetts, a leader in network edge technology, introduced its EdgeLink VDSL product family for Multi-Dwelling Unit (MDU) and Multi-Tenant Unit (MTU) applications at the CeBit show, in Hall 11, stand number H22. The introduction included a live demonstration of the product, set up to show how internet, telephone, and broadcast quality streaming video can be delivered using existing copper infrastructure. BATM's Telco Systems subsidiary introduced the EdgeLink VDSL product line to the US market at ComNet in February, and has been extremely gratified by the response. The introduction at CeBit is a strong signal of the international opportunities that VDSL technology represents, and BATM's commitment to being a global player. Photo: "Recent studies suggest that small to medium businesses are increasingly looking towards VDSL as a way to deliver economical high speed data services, with the knowledge that video and telephone are also available, even if they are not deployed on day one." said Dr. Zvi Marom, President and CEO of BATM, "In the hospitality sector, this capability is an immediate win once clients realise that higher bandwidth is a market differentiater that brings in more customers. Our solution lets MDU/MTU facilities offer the fastest, most advanced solutions possible for attracting customers with the need for speedy delivery of Internet and video, with no sacrifice in existing telephone service." Products introduced at CeBit include the EdgeLink V24S, 24 port VDSL switch, which supports up to 24, 10 Mbps symmetrical VDSL connections on existing copper wiring, with Gigabit Ethernet or copper uplinks to the ISP or PTT facility. Also introduced, the EdgeLink VTU10 VDSL Termination Unit is a simple and cost-effective means of providing POTS, Internet and video to end- users over their existing 2-wire copper telephone lines. The unit installs quickly and is easy to operate. EdgeLink V24S (24-port VDSL Switch) and EdgeLink VTU10 (VDSL Termination Unit) are ideal for MTU/MDU (Multi-Tenant Unit, Multi-Dwelling Unit), SOHO (Small Office, Home Office), campus environments; and high-bandwidth applications, such as streaming video, video on demand and surveillance; all using existing two-wire facilities. EdgeLink V24S' non-blocking architecture supports a variety of uplink options including fibre-based Gigabit Ethernet or fibre-or-copper-based 10/100 Mbps Ethernet with port trunking capability. Occupying only 1.5 rack units, EdgeLink V24S offers the highest bandwidth and port density per cubic inch available, making it the best choice for cramped wiring closets and carrier locations. About BATM Advanced Communications BATM Advanced Communications develops manufactures and markets a wide range of communications equipment for national as well as international customers. BATM maintains strict quality control and its manufacturing standards comply with the latest international requirements for safety and quality. The equipment designed and manufactured by BATM is characterised by an extremely high performance/cost ratio. BATM develops advanced high-speed optoelectronic switches and photonic based devices. BATM Advanced Communications serves customers who are among the world's largest data communications companies, large end-users, distributors and service suppliers in over 14 European countries, North America, South America, Africa and Asia. Note: The term EdgeLink and its logo are registered trademarks (R) of Telco Systems and BATM ots Original Text Service: Telco Systems Im Internet recherchierbar: Contact: Liz Kelley of TMP Worldwide, +1 703-269-0120,; or Shlomi Cohen of BATM Advanced Communications, +972-3-9386888, Photo: AP Archive: PRN Photo Desk, +1 888-776-6555 or +1 201-369-3467 Web site: Web site: Original-Content von: Telco Systems Inc., übermittelt durch news aktuell

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