LambdaDriver Passes MEF Standards

MVR Communications' LambdaDriver optical transport system is in compliance with two key Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) standards.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Mar 17, 2010
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MRV Communications, provider of LambdaDriver, an optical transport system for high-performance enterprise access says its product is now compliant with two key Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) standards. As mentioned in the company's press release on Market Wire, the company's LambdaDriver series successfully passed MEF 9 and MEF 14 certifications.


"MEF certification is a critical milestone for telecom equipment vendors, as service provider and enterprise customers demand these certifications because they significantly reduce testing and implementation costs. The company's LambdaDriver series participated in testing conducted by Iometrix, MEF's authorized testing and certification lab, and successfully passed MEF 9 and MEF 14 certifications.

"MEF 9 defines the test suite when LambdaDriver is used as a user-network interface for setting up Ethernet virtual circuits and virtual LANs over WDM transport. These include Ethernet private line, Ethernet virtual private line, Ethernet LAN and related services. MEF 14 certification demonstrates LambdaDriver's traffic management features to ensure proper quality of service per service class across an Ethernet business service."

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