Vitesse says the 2.5G turnkey is based on its SparX-IV Ethernet switch and software SDK, and is ideal for Wave 2 802.11ac deployments, which can support speeds up to 1.3G into the enterprise LAN. The company believes that upgrading is the optimal choice for enterprises, because they will save up to 50 percent on power and cost.
“2.5G is really about giving Enterprises flexibility and finding the easiest and most cost-effective way to connect the new .11ac access points within current infrastructures using Cat5 cable,” said Larry O’Connell, product marketing director for Vitesse, in a press release. “Access equipment with 10G uplinks is a clear cost and power overkill. Vitesse and RubyTech’s joint 2.5G reference design provides Enterprises a painless migration path to fully benefit from .11ac’s Gigabit speeds, while avoiding a complete network upgrade.”
CTIA Super Mobility Week
At CTIA Super Mobility Week, Vitesse will showcase the 2.5G switch reference design and IC technologies for base station and mobile backhaul applications at booth #4163 in the Mobile Backhaul Pavilion at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas between September 9th to the 11th.
On September 11 at 2:15 p.m., CTO Martin Nuss will speak at 4G World at the “4G Mobile Network and Device Security” session.
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