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Why is a carrier network not the right fit for a power utility? Why is an enterprise network not suited for a mine? The answer is plain and simple: these solutions were not built for that purpose. At OTN Systems we take a different approach.
Experience the specific industry. Understand their needs, inside out. Follow in the footsteps of the signalling engineers, the miners, the protection engineers.
Choose the most promising technology in the telecommunications industry. Select the right building blocks and strip the burden. What you are left with is a solid platform to build on.
Everything we found in the delving phase is brought to the table. All the missing parts are filled in conscientiously.
Add functionality that users haven’t thought of, not even in their wildest dreams.
OTN Systems has served the industry for decades and accumulated a wealth of experience. Its hunger for the newest and the latest, its out of the box thinking capabilities and the can-do mentality has resulted in innovative products and market leadership. The OTN product line is the undisputed market leader in metro & lightrail, oil & gas and the mining industry. The XTran portfolio, OTN Systems’ latest novelty, is bound to become the game changer.
OTN is a fiber optic backbone using SDH/SONET as the underlying technology. It offers a wealth of interfaces, unmatched availability and a powerful management system (OMS). Its simplicity in installation and maintenance is unprecedented.
The latest generation offers extensive layer 2 and layer 3 capabilities on its Ethernet boards.
XTran networks are based on the latest MPLS-TP standard (Multiprotocol Label Switching – Transport Profile). This packet technology caters for deterministic traffic, sub 50 ms reconfiguration times and flawless IP transport. XTran nodes are connected with fibre or copper links in any physical topology.
Its TXCare network management system is a relief to network administrators.