EchoVault and EX14, a small NID with smart management
Frankfurt, Germany, April 16, 2013 – Creanord and AimValley announce the integration of the EX14 Network Interface Device in the Creanord EchoVault management system. EchoVault lets carriers bridge the SLA Gap™ by providing a carrier-grade Service and SLA delivery platform that accelerates the managed Ethernet access turn-up and automates SLA reporting.
The EX14 Transport NID supports Connectivity Fault Management (IEEE 802.1ag CFM), Frame Loss Measurement (ITU-T Y.1731 LM) and Frame Delay Measurement (ITU-T Y.1731 DM) to monitor and optimize Service Level Agreements (SLA). Using EchoVault, network operators can provision and monitor all relevant parameters for optimal Quality of Experience. Because of its small size and low power consumption, the EX14 is ideally suited for Mobile Backhaul and Business Ethernet Access applications in locations with space and dissipation restrictions.
Visit us at Light Reading Ethernet Expo from April 16-17, 2013, where AimValley and Creanord will be at booth 9 for a live demonstration. For more information please see www.aimvalley.com or contact us at email@example.com.
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Creanord is the leader in SLA, assisting carriers and service providers to streamline networks and business operations by providing a comprehensive solution for SLA management and for strengthening customer loyalty.
The company has expanding partner network responding to customer needs in Europe, North America, Asia, Africa and Australia.
AimValley is a global supplier of telecom and data networking solutions that enable network operators to provide services with optimized quality of experience. With its innovative solutions for Ethernet demarcation, Circuit Emulation and Carrier Class switching, AimValley addresses the demands of next generation packet based networks, supporting applications ranging from legacy based services to bandwidth demanding data and video. For more information about AimValley, please visit www.aimvalley.com.