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OC-12

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OC-12

The SONET transmission rate of 622.08 Mbps. See OC.
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While quite mature for OC-12 speeds, the technology is now maturing for the OC-48 speeds and starting to evolve for the 10 GHz requirements of OC-192.
-- DS-3 and OC-12 traffic aggregation and end-to-end transport
These devices are well suited for phase-locked loop applications as well as clock and data recovery, and clock smoothing circuits used in OC-12, OC-48 and OC-192 SONET/SDH systems.
The contract is valued at more than USD1m and includes the provision of an OC-12 optical networking backbone for broadband services.
The Cisco 12000 GSR provides scaleable IP forwarding and services performance in a carrier-class platform, enabling high-speed IP backbones to scale to OC-12 (622 Mbps) and OC-48 (2.4 Gbps).
Also in the fourth quarter, the ISP's OC-12 transatlantic links will be upgraded to OC-48 levels.
75 Maiden Lane: Another prime Downtown location, 75 Maiden Lane offers a superb and thoroughly modern office environment which features 24-hour access and currently offers OC-12 capability.
The DS3 UNI (user network interface) signals are placed on an OC-12 backbone ring.
Additionally, MPOA and LANE services are now available on the Catalyst platform for OC-3 and OC-12 speeds.
"Get the house in order and instill discipline and process -- while things are still relatively simple to manage -- then brace yourself and your budget for the future." The evolution of network bandwidth advances Networking Bandwidth First on Technology LAN Market(*) Ethernet 10 Mbps 1977 Token Ring 4 Mbps 1983 Token Ring 16 Mbps 1989 FDDI 100 Mbps 1988 ATM (OC-3) 155 Mbps 1992 ATM (OC-12) 622 Mbps 1996 Fast Ethernet 100 Mbps 1993 Gigabit Ethernet 1000 Mbps 1997
PacketWave products currently support up to 2.5Gbps Ethernet rings and feature SONET OC-3, OC-12 and OC-48 network ring speeds.