POS to Ethernet Converter

Eric Katanich ekat at onyxlight.net
Thu Sep 9 20:59:18 UTC 2010

I can vouch for the RAD gear. Pretty simple and to the point.

On 9/9/10, Mikael Abrahamsson <swmike at swm.pp.se> wrote:
> On Thu, 9 Sep 2010, Alan Bryant wrote:
>> We currently have a POS OC-3 that I would like to be able to convert
>> it to Ethernet, if possible.
>> Do such devices exist?
> Yeah, and it's pretty sweet idea. Haven't used it myself but it seems
> really nice.
> <http://www.rad.com/10/GbE-over-STM-1-OC-3-SFP-Converter/17834/>
> RAD’s MiRICi-155 connects Gigabit Ethernet LANs over wireline or wireless
> STM-1 or OC-3 links. The miniature Ethernet over STM-1/OC-3 converter
> provides TDM connectivity to any Ethernet device with an SFP (small form
> factor pluggable)-compatible, GbE port. Hot-swappable and
> software-configurable, the intelligent SFP converter is a fully managed
> device supporting standard GFP encapsulation. It delivers a complete
> Ethernet over SDH/SONET solution in a finger-sized SFP enclosure and
> enables a quick rollout of new Ethernet services over legacy TDM
> infrastructure. The MiRICi-155 is part of RAD’s “System on an SFP” product
> line.
> --
> Mikael Abrahamsson    email: swmike at swm.pp.se

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