31 May to 4 June Trade Show Celebrates 31st Anniversary
Hsinchu, Taiwan – 27 May 2011. Edge-Core Networks Corporation (www.edge-core.com), a professional networking solution provider offering a complete range of enterprise-level and service provider/carrier Ethernet networking equipment and services to customers and partners around the world, will attend the 31st anniversary of COMPUTEX in Taipei from 31 May to 4 June 4.
“COMPUTEX Taipei provides an ideal opportunity to learn about new Edge-Core and SMC Networks’ products and services, together with industry trends, and to offer a venue for potential customers to meet and create new business,” stated Edge-Core Networks’ President Edward Ting. “We are especially excited to have a chance to introduce and demo a number of our latest solutions. Among the new product offerings Edge-Core is now bringing to the market include our network management system ECView Pro, members of our carrier class aggregation switches, the ECS4810-12M, carrier class access switches, the ES3510MA-DC, ECS3510-26T, and ECS3810-26T, and a new LAN distribution switch, the ECS3610-28T. We also will soon introduce a Layer 2/Layer 4 Gigabit Ethernet stackable switch (the ECS4810-28TS) and a Gigabit Ethernet Web Smart PoE switch (ES4308-PoE), two members of our LAN access switch family.”
“As part of our future vision, we plan to deliver LTE and other 4th generation mobile technologies that provide better service and higher levels of broadband connectivity, including IPTV services, at lower cost per Megabit, with significant cost and spectrum improvements for carriers. Edge-Core plans to move aggressively into this market with expected product deliveries in early 2012,” Mr. Ting added.
Stop by booths A419 to A421 in the WiMAX area of the Taipei World Trade Center to see some of Edge-Core and SMC Networks’ newest products, including live demonstrations of an array of high-performance Edge-Core Data Center, Carrier class, and Access switches, access CPEs, and more, featuring:
ECView Pro 220.127.116.11 – Edge-Core’s all-new network management suite is a powerful NMS tool that provides a sophisticated plug-in architecture that ensures the transparent integration of all components and products, thus allowing network administrators to optimize the business and operational benefits of an enterprise network.
SMCWPBR-3G – SMC’s innovative wireless portable broadband 3G router is designed to offer high-speed connectivity via USB modem dongles to 3G or 4G networks from a stand-alone access point. It also allows users with an existing USB wireless modem to connect up to eight wireless peripherals as the same time, including s smart phone, notebook, tablet, gaming device, etc., with data transfer rates of 7.2 (download) and 5.76 (upload) Mbps.
ECS4810-12M – Edge-Core’s latest addition to the carrier aggregation switch family, this Layer 2 switch features 12 combo Gigabit Ethernet ports and is ideal for Ethernet service demarcation, extension, and aggregation. A unique switch controller and Green Ethernet power saving features significantly reduce power consumption, cutting costs and helping Edge-Core realize our commitment to a greener, healthier environment.
SMC7904WBRA-N2 – SMC’s three-in-one wireless ADSL2/2+ router includes an ADSL modem, four Ethernet ports, and 802.11n high-speed wireless functions. With QoS and security features, it is an ideal cost-effective solution for ISPs and carriers with all its value services in one small box.
ECS5510-48S – Edge-Core’s premier data center switch designed to support both cloud computing-requirements and the needs of large data centers provides scalable, compact high-performance platforms for supporting high-intensity 10 Gps data center, campus, and service provider deployments.
In addition to the Expo itself, COMPUTEX Taipei offers comprehensive educational programming led by experienced industry speakers. Educational sessions will provide attendees with key information about current business, technology, and regulatory trends that are likely to impact the networking and computer industry in 2011 and beyond.