JDSU is participating in a multi-vendor interoperability showcase event at the Carrier Ethernet World Congress (CEWC) 2009 in Berlin this week. The CEWC is organized by the European Advanced Networking Test Center (EANTC).

JDSU is among 24 industry participants that will demonstrate a single interoperable multi-vendor Carrier Ethernet network supporting Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF)-defined business services, residential triple play services and mobile backhaul solutions.

The interoperability showcase highlights the results of a two-week test at EANTC that included mobile synchronization, Ethernet OAM implementations, and global interconnect solutions. The test results will validate the interoperability of different transport technologies including pre-standard MPLS-TP and PBB-TE. A new white paper documenting the contents and success of the interoperability testing in detail will be published today by EANTC.

JDSU’s contributions included the capability to thoroughly test wander, a critical measurement for today’s Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM)-based mobile backhaul solutions and for emerging Ethernet-based solutions such as Sync Ethernet.

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