ZTE ZXR10-Series

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ZTE ZXR10-Series
Date invented 2001
Manufacturer ZTE
Type Network Router
Processor Internet Processor

ZTE ZXR10 series[1] is a series of Network Routers designed and manufactured by ZTE. The ZXR10 Series router family comprises the T8000, M6000, T1200, and T600.

Core Router[edit]

T8000[edit]

ZXR10 T8000 is the typical Cluster Core Router, with the largest switching capacity in the world. T8000 cluster will support high-speed network access to more than 1 million users simultaneously. ISPs should benefit from less expensive, higher-capacity broadband Internet infrastructure.[2][3]

M6000[edit]

ZXR10 M6000 is the first "Reconfigurable" router in the industry introduced by ZTE. By realizing reconfigurable service, hardware and software, it is the optimal device for IP/MPLS network, which completely satisfies the increasing network development and service diversification.[4]

Broadband Multi-service Router[edit]

T1200&T600[edit]

ZXR10 T1200/T600, two models of reconfigurable carrier-class BMSG product made by ZTE, provide both SR and BRAS services on the same hardware platform. Featuring sound reconfigurable services, ZXR10 T1200/T600 are able to meet user’s different requirements in different network construction stages.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ZTE ZXR10 series". ZTE. Retrieved 2009-06-01. 
  2. ^ "ZTE Launches Its ZXR10 T8000 IP Core, Joins the Multi-chassis Router Club". CurrentAnalysis. Retrieved 2009-09-09. 
  3. ^ "SAGACITY - ZTE T8000 HIGH-END ROUTER". icsid. Retrieved 2010-01-12. 
  4. ^ "ZTE Launches First-Generation Reconfigurable Multi-Service Router ZXR10 M6000 at CommunicAsia 2009". WirelessDesignAsia. Retrieved 2009-01-18. 
  5. ^ "ZXR10 T1200&T600". ZTE. Retrieved 2009-09-04. 

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