The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2005-11-18T17:28:00Z Paclink Communications announces the official opening of its Brisbane Corporate Offices and support centre - Paclink Queensland. 2005-11-18T17:28:00Z paclink-communications-announces-the-official-opening-of-its-brisbane-corporate-offices-and-support-centre-paclink-queensland Paclink Communications, a leading architect and distributor of last mile, wireless and fibre optic network solutions today announced the official opening of its Brisbane Corporate Offices and support centre - Paclink Queensland. The expansion appoints Paclink Queensland as the preferred RAD, Alvarion, FibroLAN and Ceragon access solutions provider to the Queensland Government and other strategic and key accounts in the State. Bob Bishop, CEO Paclink Queensland said the opening came at a time when demand for communications and access solutions was booming throughout Queensland. The penetration of internet services in Queensland increased by 66% (249k to 416k lines) in the last 12 months. Queenslanders downloaded 2.4m MB of data in the March Quarter which is a doubling from the same period last year. The new office and support centre will cement Paclinks position as the premier provider of advanced communications solutions. The development is a valuable move in continuing Paclinks commitment to providing the highest standards of access solutions, support and service delivery throughout Queensland. The move will enable Queensland carriers, service providers and key accounts to have direct local access to Paclink design and technical resources, he said. Paclink is the leading Asia Pacific distributor and supplier of last mile and broadband internet wireless products which enable companies to reduce current infrastructure and operational costs and reap rapid return on their investment. These products allow companies to support both their legacy and future direction telecommunications networks, while boosting competitiveness and profitability. About Paclink Paclink is the leading architect and distributor of last mile, wireless and fibre optic network solutions to the telecommunications sectors across Australia and the Pacific. As the distributor for RAD Data Communications, Alvarion, FibroLAN, Ceragon and Expand Networks, Paclink provides a complete range of access product solutions to serve the technological and business requirements of carriers, service providers, and enterprises. Paclink offers a full range of last mile and broadband internet wireless products which enable companies to reduce current infrastructure and operational costs and reap rapid return on their investment. A broad technology offering includes ATM, IP/Ethernet, Frame Relay, TDMoIP, E1/T1, E3/T3, broadband wireless, fibre optics, voice and data compression, rate interface and protocol conversion, and integrated management. These products allow companies, regardless of their location to support multiple services (voice, internet access, video conferencing, and video streaming) for next generation telecommunications networks and continued support of legacy systems. Founded in 1994, Paclink has grown to become the leader in advanced telecommunications access solutions in Australia and across the Pacific with offices in Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane. VDSL Modem Drives Data Rates Up To 10 MBPS 2003-02-25T22:18:00Z vdsl-modem-drives-data-rates-up-to-10-mbps Paclink announces that RAD Data Communications has released a 4-wire symmetrical VDSL-based modem. The ASM-60 modem features selective data rates of 4, 6 and 10 Mbps, to meet the demand for increased bandwidth in the Local Loop and the corporate campus environment. The device works in a pair configuration between sites. Sophisticated filters enable the ASM-60 to transport data over a range that is far greater than that which would be possible using other VDSL products on the market. ASM-60 achieves distances of up to 2.1km (1.3 miles) at rates of 4Mbps over 4 wire, 24 AWG cable, and up to 1.9km (1.2 miles) at rates of 10Mbps. The high speeds enable LAN users at both sites to work as if on the same LAN. The ASM-60 uses QAM technology and offers various interfaces, including HSSI and Ethernet. Low Cost Broadband Access The new broadband offers carriers and corporate users the benefits of broadband access over existing copper infrastructure throughout most of the Last Mile coverage area and within enterprise campuses. According to Craig Martyn, Director of Paclink, Business applications will, out of necessity, demand symmetrical traffic, extended distance and rate-adaptive technologies. RADs new modems cover longer distances than competing products at lower costs. RADs new broadband DSL modems may prove to be the impetus for a new copper revolution in Local Loop service, Mr Martyn said. Available from Paclink, the RRP for the ASM-60 ranges from AUD 3834 (ex GST). For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). New Java-Based, Modular, Element Management System 2003-02-25T22:14:00Z new-java-based-modular-element-management-system Paclink announces that RAD Data Communications has launched RADview-EMS, a Java-based, modular, client server, scalable element management system, providing secure configuration and fault management capabilities. Scalable Management Solution The client-server architecture of RADview-EMS allows for distribution of client and server functions to separate computers in the network, maximising the use of infrastructure by implementing load sharing among a number of servers. This provides a scalable management solution as the network grows over time, as additional services can be added to expand the system. Moreover, server redundancy increases network management resilience. Flexible Integration with Other Network Management Systems RADview-EMS provides a COBRA northbound interface, which simplifies integration in to higher layer management applications or OSS. RADview-EMS can coexist with RADview-HPOV and RADview-PC element managers on HP Open View and SNMPc platforms, respectively, allowing management of heterogeneous networks, with the added benefit of topology management and colour-coded fault indication capabilities. Increases Management Capabilities RADview-EMS features enhanced fault management capabilities such as alarm filtering and forwarding, as well as advanced security mechanisms, supporting scope of command and span of control, assuring better access control to network resources. Available from Paclink, the RRP for the RV-EMS PC version ranges from AUD 2883 (ex GST). The RRP for the RV-EMS Unix version ranges from AUD 9609 (ex GST). For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). Multiplexers With Advanced Ring Support Boost Network Reliability 2003-02-25T22:09:00Z multiplexers-with-advanced-ring-support-boost-network-reliability Paclink announces that RAD Data Communications has announced upgraded hardware and software (Phase 9.0) for the Megaplex family of modular, integrated, multiservice access multiplexers. Among the new enhancements to the Megaplex-2100, Megaplex-2104 and Megaplex-2200 multiplexers, most notable is the extended support for the ring networks. Any daisy-chain (E1, T1 or Fast Ethernet) can be closed to form a ring with inherent protection and resiliency. Reliable, Ethernet-Based Ring RADs innovate Resilient Fast Ethernet Ring (RFER) technology, available with the new Megaples ML-IP module, introduces self-healing capabilities on 100Mbps Fast Ethernet fibre or copper rings. In case of link failure on any segment of the ring, RFER reroutes traffic within 50milliseconds. This enables enterprises, campuses, and power and transportation companies too create a highly reliable network using dark fibre or dry copper in a ring topology. Multiple rings eliminate the risk of a single point of failure. Support for RADs TDMoIP technology increases the versatility of the Megaplex ring by enabling transmission of E1/T1 circuits over IP/Ethernet based networks. The Megaplex with TDMoIP is compatible with RADs Ipmux family of TDMoIP gateways. Fast Protection on E1/T1 Rings E1/T1 ring functionality can now be configured using one database. This eases configuration, allows an unlimited number I nodes per ring and speeds protection to 5 secinds. Complete, Manageable V5.1 Solution Fully configurable V5.1 functionality allows grooming multiple POTS and ISDN channels on one V5.1 port reducing the number of interfaces required from the PBX/Class 5 switch. The V5 ETSI protocols are used for optimising voice traffic. Additional features introduces on this new version included added redundancy in the user port and D-channel compression, which reduces required bandwidth. Available from Paclink the RRP for Phase 9.0 ranges from AUD 7087 (ex GST). For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). High Quality Voice Compression Over Circuit Or Packets 2003-02-25T22:00:00Z high-quality-voice-compression-over-circuit-or-packets Paclink announces that RAD Data Communications has released its new Vmux-2100 compressed voice gateway, which enables up to 16 E1 or T1 lines to be extended over a single E1, T1 or Ethernet uplink. The Vmux-2100 inaugurates the next generation in RADs popular Compressed Voice System (CVS) family of products, long recognised for its efficient, toll-quality voice compression algorithms. More Efficient than VoIP Gateways with Compression Rate that of VoIP Like typical VoIP systems, the Vmux-2100 supports G.723, G.729A and G.711 standards. However, by employing RADs innovative packet-based TDM over IP (TDMoIP) technology, the Vmux is able to support a more efficient use of bandwidth through even higher compression rates. While VoIP currently yields voice compression rates at the industry average of 10-12 kbps, the Vmux compresses at a rate as low as 5.3kbps approximately half that of VoIP. Also contributing to the superior efficiency of RADs Vmux-2100 is its compact size. At only 1U (1.75 inches) high, the Vmux occupies considerably less space than the average VoIP system, a significant factor in minimising co-location costs. According to Craig Martyn, Director of Paclink, For these reasons, the Vmux-2100 is an attractive solution for cellular operators and international carriers backhauling traffic over another carriers network, substantially minimising operating expenditures. Smooth Migration Path From TDM to IP Voice The Vmux-2100 is a versatile product that is able to support voice, fax and any data over IP. Moreover, because it can be configured either with a TDM or Fast Ethernet uplink, the Vmux can provide a smooth migration path from TDM-based application to the world of IP, Mr Martyn said. RADs Vmux-2100 also excels over VoIP gateways in terms of provisioning time and ease. The Vmux can be fully configured in a matter of minutes, whereas the complexity of VoIP gateways can require several hours of provisioning time. The product also features full SNMP management, and the RADview Service Centre package monitors and manages the operation of the equipment. The Service Centres intuitive GUI interface, point and click functionality and easy-to-follow wizards increase the efficiency and accuracy of the service provisioning process. The Vmux-2100 supports a wide variety of signalling, including MFC/R2, ISDN, SS7 and any CCS signalling, as well as fax and data modem relay. In addition, it supports full back up over a second E1 or T1, and will soon offer full redundancy between WAN and LAN. Available from Paclink, the RRP for the Vmux-2100 with one Ethernet and one Channelised E1/T1 modules is AUD 22,821 (ex GST). For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). RAD's New Low-cost Plug & Play Rate & Interface Conversion with SNMP Management 2002-11-01T00:30:00Z rad-s-new-low-cost-plug-amp-play-rate-amp-interface-conversion-with-snmp-management Paclink has announce the release of RADs FCD-E1L, the newest addition to the popular FCD family of network termination units. The FCD-E1L further enhances the versatility of the product family by offering low cost network conversion between various data interfaces and E1 or between LAN and E1, establishing transparent LAN interconnection between sites over the E1 network. The FCD-E1L supports a wide range of data rates and interfaces, enabling simple connectivity to external devices such as routers. In addition, FCD-E1L supports 10/10BaseT Ethernet interface modules with built-in bridge or IP router, which allows LAN-to LAN connectivity. "An optional integrated router enables smaller offices to benefit from a low cost alternative to deploying an external router for IP gateway functionality," Craig Martyn, Director, Paclink. The standard E1 interface of the FCD-E1L is compatible with virtually all carrier-provided E1 services. The plug-and-play unit detects the E1 parameters upon connection to the E1 link and performs automatic configuration accordingly. This E1 learning process can be activated via either a pushbutton on the FCD-E1L front panel or a terminal command. The FCD-E1L has an internal SNMP agent and can be controlled by any generic SNMP station or by the user-friendly, graphical RADview SNMP network management application. "It is an unusual combination to find a low cost, plug-and-play conversion device that also offers advanced management and monitoring capabilities," says Martyn. Available from Paclink, the RRP for the FCD-E1L ranges from A$1,500 (ex GST). For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: http. // www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). RAD's New Service Centre for TDM Applications Enables Automated End-to-end Path Management 2002-11-01T00:26:00Z rad-s-new-service-centre-for-tdm-applications-enables-automated-end-to-end-path-management Paclink has announce the release of RADview Service Centre TDM, the cornerstone of the RAD family of network management products. The Service Centre application enables end-to-end path management of RADs Multiservice Access Platform (MAP) devices, for simplified service provisioning. According to Paclink Director, Craig Martyn, "Carriers are increasingly relying on sophisticated network management systems to reduce customer service and support costs and to quickly deploy new services to increase their competitive edge, especially during the current economic downturn." Network Management with remote configuration and monitoring capabilities, such as the RADview Service Centre, enables carriers to pin point and solve faults quickly, minimising network downtime, reducing the number of technician visits and increasing customer satisfaction. The intuitive graphical user interface, "point and-click" functionality and easy to follow wizards of RADview Service Centre TDM, combined with powerful, end-to-end automatic path creation, increase the efficiency and accuracy of the service provisioning process. The system automatically finds the best path between endpoints on both sides of the network, based on efficient bandwidth resource analysis and user configurable cost per network link. RADview Service Centre TDM provides two levels of service and path protection: dynamic and static. Dynamic protection re routes service in case of a problem in a network resources (eg. node or link). Used by the service in accordance with available bandwidth. Static protection supports the carriers ability to sell premium services by allowing the carrier to allocate in advance the resources needed to pass the user information via an alternate path in case of a network node/link problem. The Service Centre is an open, COBRA-based client-server that easily integrates with any third party network management system. Available from Paclink, the RRP for RADview Service Centre TDM is A$12,000 (ex GST). For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: http. // www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). RAD announces FCD-IPM integrated device provisions bundles service to SMEs 2002-08-13T22:57:00Z rad-announces-fcd-ipm-integrated-device-provisions-bundles-service-to-smes Paclink has announced the release of RAD Data Communications FCD-IPM E1/T1 Modular Integrated Access Device, which provides voice and data connectivity over E1 or T1 facilities based on proven TDM technology. The FCD-IPM is a member of RADs successful FCD line of TDM integrated access devices. Cost Effective Solution for Convergent Service Providers "The FCD-IPM is a cost-effective solution particularly suited on the SME/SOHO market segment, which is characterized by highly diversified customer requirements and an increasing demand for convergent services," said Craig Martyn, Managing Director, Paclink. "The FCD-IPM enables service providers to bundle voice services and Internet access over a single E1/T1 line. Thus, carriers can provide quality voice and data services to business customers without major investments in network infrastructure," said Martyn. Moreover, the modular, field-upgradable design of the FCD-IPM provides carriers with the flexibility to respond quickly to changing customer needs. Robust Functionality with built-In IP Capabilities The FCD-IPM includes two expansion slots, enabling it to support up to 12 analog voice ports or three sub-E1/T1 ports, a 4-port internal switch and a universal data port. It also includes a built in IP access router. On three WAN side, the FCD-IPM supports E1/T1 or fractional E1/T1 over copper or fibre optic links, CSU/DSU for T1, optional LTU for E1, Frame Relay services and ISDN BRI for data services backup. Available from Paclink, the FCD-IPM ranges from AUD$5000 (RRP). For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: http. // www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). RAD announces high speed shdsl modem 2002-08-13T22:54:00Z rad-announces-high-speed-shdsl-modem Paclink has announced the release of RAD Data Communications ASMi-52 SHDSL modem with remote management. SHDSL (ITU G.991.2 and ETSI TS 101-524) standard technology uses TC-PAM (trellis coded pulse amplitude modulation) to achieve increased distance and improve spectral compatibility. The ASMi-52 modem extends the transmission range to up to 5km (3.1 miles) at 2 Mbps data rate over 24 AWG cable. "The product reaches father distances than can be obtained using any other DSL technology on the market today, and at a cost-effective price", said Craig Martyn, Managing Director at Paclink. Flexible Configuration The ASMi-52 supports multiple data rates and infrastructures, operating at speeds of up to 2.3 Mbps over 2-wire and up to 4.6 Mbps over 4-wire lines. It is available with Ethernet and most digital interfaces. The ASMi-52 modem is part of a complete solution that includes the central site LRS modem rack, DXC multiservice access node or FCD-IP access unit with integral router. Multi-Vendor Solution RADs ASMi-52 modem is a fully standardized SHDSL device, enabling it to interoperate with any standard SHDSL equipment, and has already been incorporated into the solution of third party vendors. Available from Paclink, the ASMi-52 ranges from AUD$1900 (RRP). For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: http. // www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). RAD ANNOUNCES new dedicated multiservice access concentrator 2002-08-13T22:51:00Z rad-announces-new-dedicated-multiservice-access-concentrator Paclink has announced the release of RAD Data Communications ACE-202 Dedicated Multiservice Access Concentrator, the latest addition to its ACE product line of ATM access equipment. The ACE-202 can be used as a carrier-owned demarcation device or as a corporate connected to the public ATM network. By deploying a relatively inexpensive access device at the customer premises, carries can manage, control, police and shape ATM traffic entering their network. They can also use the ACE-202 to consolidate and aggregate data and voice services over the ATM network infrastructure, maintain Quality of Service (QoS) end-to-end across the public network and thus offer SLA based service differentiation. When used as an interworking device, the ACE-202 enables smooth migration of legacy equipment such as PBXs and routers operating over ATM networks. The unit enables the most efficient utilisation of public ATM services for transporting different types of corporate traffic, including ATM. An Ideal Solution for Leveraging ATM Networks "More customers today are willing to trade modularity for cost effectiveness," said Craig Martyn, Managing Director at Paclink. "The ACE-202 responds to this market trend. It offers less modularity then the existing ACE-2002 and more user services than the existing ACE-101, thus it provides these customers an ideal solution for leaving their ATM networks enabling cost-effective provisioning of LAN, Frame Relay, HDLC and CES voice services," he said. As a demarcation device, the ACE-202 enables carriers to define the boundary between their ATM-based public services and the customers private network. A clear demarcation point at the customer premises increases service reliability, improves network efficiency and ensures end-to-end Quality of Service (QoS) support. The ACE-202 can be used as a demarcation device for native ATM or for mix of legacy services such as voice, LAN and ATM. Its built-in features enable the extension of ATM network facilities up to the customer premises. These features support various ATM services, advanced traffic management (policing, scheduling and shaping) and full OAM flow support. The ACE-202 also provides Layer 2 and Layer 3 mapping to ATM QoS, which allows for VLAN and IP prioritization across the ATM backbone. This affords carriers the ability to offer service differentiation. The ACE Family of Products In addition to the ACE-202, RADs ACE family of products also include ACE-50 ATM-Aware NTU, a cost effective termination solution for ATM at STM-1/OC-3 rates, the ACE-101 ATM Network Termination Unit and Multiservice Access Concentrator, for the SME market, and the ACE-2002 Multiservice Access Concentrator, which is aimed at POP/CO users. Available from Paclink, the ACE-202 ranges from AUD$11,000 (RRP). For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: http. // www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). RAD Announces Phase 2.0 of Fully Modular Multiservice Access Concentrator 2002-08-13T22:30:00Z rad-announces-phase-2-0-of-fully-modular-multiservice-access-concentrator Paclink has announced the release of RAD Data Communications phase 2.0 of the ACE-2002, a fully modular multiservice access concentrator that introduces many more plug-in modules, increasing the multiservice capabilities of the product, as follows: The STM-4 ATM UNI module connects to high speed ATM switches The Frame Relay module provides Frame Relay transport services over ATM The HDLC module interconnects legacy customer premises equipment over as ATM network using the HDLC protocol. The IMA module connects to an IMA interface of another ATM device using E1/T1 links. For mobile operators migrating from 2G to 3G cellular networks, ACE-2002 supports both E1 CES (TDM) and UNI and IMA (ATM) traffic, enabling co-location of both networks over the same transport infrastructure. VLAN mapping and VLAN prioritization to ATM provides QoS for LAN applications sent over the WAN. Available from Paclink, the ACE-2002 ranges from AUD$19,000 (RRP). For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: http. // www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). Issued on behalf of Paclink on 13 August, 2002 Rad releases smallest high-capacity stm-1 terminal multiplexer 2002-07-03T23:08:00Z rad-releases-smallest-high-capacity-stm-1-terminal-multiplexer Paclink has announced the release of RAD Data Communications New STM-1 Module Grooms Multiple Data Streams on to a single STM-1 Link. The new STM-1 module for RADs DXC multiservice access nodes maximises bandwidth by grooming traffic from a wide range of DXC modules directly to a single, standard STM-1 link. The unique STM-1 module in the DXC creates an STM-1 terminal and a 1/0 cross connect into a single, compact device. According to Craig Martyn, Director of Paclink, the unit is the smallest unit of its kind on the market today. "It combines STM-1 Terminal and 1/0 cross connect in one cost effective unit. There is virtually no competition to this one-box solution. The 1U chassis is the smallest unit on the market that combines STM-1 and 32 additional ports. RADs large unit, only 3U high, supports the STM-1 module and 112 additional ports," Mr Martyn said. Deploying only one unit lowers capital expenses, eliminates the need for multiple management systems and reduces the possible points of failure. Maximises Bandwidth and Reduces Access Costs The DXC equipped with the STM-1 nodule connects to the add-drop multiplexer (ADM) on STM-n networks using a single STM-1 link, thereby saving costly tributary ports on the ADM. And the device maximises data traffic over SDH because it grooms on a timeslot basis, enabling the unit to pack timeslots more efficiently in the VC-12 containers. The cc module connects to any ADM tributary STM-1 port, SDH terminal STM-1 uplink port, or another DXC device. It can be managed via an ASCII terminal as well as by network management station. Enhanced Backup Options The 2-port module enables link protection where each port can have a different interface. For example, the main link can be fibre while the backup link can be coax connected to wireless equipment. For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). New version of OPTIMUX-XLE1 & OPTIMUX-XLT1 2002-07-03T23:04:00Z new-version-of-optimux-xle1-amp-optimux-xlt1 Paclink announces that RAD Data Communications has released several new data and Ethernet modules that significantly extend the range of applications supported by its Optimux-XLE1 and Optimux-XLT1 products. Part of Version 4.0, the new modules enable the Optimux-XLE1 and Optimux-XLT1 to groom multiple services (E1/T1 and LAN/data) over a single fibre optic link. The Optimux-XLE1 offers this functionality over wireless links as well. With the Optimux-XLT1, up to 12 data channels can be groomed over an E3 link, thereby saving the cost of multiple ports on the add-drop multiplexer (ADM) when delivering services over an SDH network. Available from Paclink the RRP for the Optimux XL modules ranges from AUD$720 (ex GST). For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). RAD announces new enhancement of its modular integrated access nodes 2002-02-12T00:01:00Z rad-announces-new-enhancement-of-its-modular-integrated-access-nodes Paclink has announced the release of RAD Data Communications RAD is pleased to announce Phase 7 of the Megaplex family of modular integrated access nodes. A major enhancement in this version is support for up to 4 x E1 or 5 x T1 (8Mbps) on all Megaplex units. This makes the Megaplex suitable for nodes that require a larger number of subscribers. VC-16A ADPCM/PCM voice compression module doubles the capacity of existing bandwidth by packing 62 voice channels onto a single E1 line or 48 voice channels onto a single T1 line. The module does not support signalling. R2 signalling support with transparent MFC/decadic enables the Megaplex to connect an old R2 PBX to a digital (E1 CAS) PBX, protecting the customers investment and extending the life span of our existing customer installed base. Available from Paclink the Megaplex family ranges from AUD$15,000. For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: http. // www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G). RAD announces new dual E1 router 2002-02-11T23:59:00Z rad-announces-new-dual-e1-router Paclink has announced the release of RAD Data Communications FCD-IPD TM dual E1 router creates an IP ring on top of the SDH network for cost -effective central management of ADMs and other SDH equipment. Rather than dropping one 64 kbps timeslot at each node, the FCD-IPD uses the full E1 bandwith as a shared IP trunk, enabling downloads/uploads of relevant information to/from the LAN on the SDH node. It returns the full E1 bandwith to the SDH ring. By creating a shared IP trunk, the FCD-IPD provides management for SDH networks with up to 100 nodes, eliminating the 30-node limitation imposed by other out-of-band management solutions, which drop-and-insert one or more of the 30 timeslots of the E1 line at each node in the network. It also eliminates the need to deploy an expensive channelised router at the central site. FCD-IPD can also be deployed in corporate or utility chain or ring applications, acting as a dual E1 router and enabling a shared LAN connection between all connected nodes Available from Paclink the FCD-IPD ranges from AUD$450,000. For further details please contact Paclink on 1300 300 785 or Email: sales@paclink.com.au More information on the RAD product range can be found on the Internet at: http. // www.paclink.com.au Paclink is Australia's leading architect and distributor of advanced telecommunications access solutions. Paclink is the master distributor of RAD next generation access solutions, Alvarion wireless access solutions, Arelnet Voice over IP (VoIP) systems and Shawley Video over GSM (VoM3G).