BIA deploys RAD’s pseudowire access gateways

By : |May 13, 2009 0

NEW DELHI, INDIA: In a bid to strengthen its network infrastructure, the Bengaluru International Airport (BIA) has chosen to deploy IPmux TDMoIP pseudowire access gateways from RAD Data Communications to integrate its internal network infrastructure with that of its service provider.

The standards-compliant IPmux ensures low end-to-end processing delay, configurable packet size to achieve balance between PSN throughput and delay, and enhanced buffering mechanism for network packet delay variation.

Expressing his confidence in RAD products, Francis Rajan, Head—IT, BIA said, “RAD products and solutions bring a lot of cost saving for us as we do not have to build and maintain a parallel copper wire infrastructure in the campus now. More importantly, our association with RAD has helped us to offer a level playing field for all service providers so that BIA and its customers can take advantage of multiple service provider presence in the campus.”

“In this project, apart from meeting the existing network‘s technical requirements, our biggest challenge was in delivering and implementing the project within BIA’s limited time frame. I am happy to report that, together with our local partner, MRO-TEK, we successfully met BIA’s expectations,” said Tuhin Dutta, AGM—Business Development, RAD India.

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