Cisco 2-Port T1/E1 Protection Switching RAN VOICE/WAN Interface Card - expa

Mfg. Part: VWIC-2T1/E1-RAN-RF | CDW Part: 3556943 | UNSPSC: 43201404
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Was $2,100.00
$1,408.46 Advertised Price
Lease Option ($41.55/month)
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Product Details
  • Expansion module
  • VWIC
  • 2 ports
  • T-1/E-1
  • refurbished
  • for Cisco 2811
  • 2811 2-pair
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Main Features
  • Expansion module
  • VWIC
  • 2 ports
  • T-1/E-1
  • refurbished
  • for Cisco 2811
  • 2811 2-pair
  • 2811 4-pair
  • 2811 V3PN
  • 3825
  • 3825 V3PN
The Cisco 2-Port T1/E1 Protection Switching RAN Voice/WAN Interface Card (VWIC) is a general-purpose VWIC that features advanced processing and T1/E1 protection switching and is specifically designed for the Cisco RAN Optimization Solution and Cisco IP Transfer Point (ITP).

Today's mobile wireless operators need a flexible Radio Access Network (RAN) to efficiently support multiple generations of radio technologies and quickly adapt as their network characteristics and business needs evolve. And, to remain profitable, operators must reduce operating expenses (OpEx) while expanding their networks and providing services.

The Cisco 2-Port T1/E1 Protection Switching RAN VWIC is an integral part of the Cisco RAN optimization solution. The Cisco T1/E1 RAN VWIC supports traditional T1/E1 communications and it features advanced processing for applications such as the Cisco RAN optimization solution and circuit emulation over packet or standard-based Pseudowire Emulation Edge to Edge (PWE3). With PWE3 support, the Cisco T1/E1 RAN VWIC enables mobile operators to extend their service offering. Operators can use more scalable, more robust Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) networks to provide standards-based circuit emulation services and to carry data streams or protocols that do not meet the format requirements of other multiservice platform interfaces.

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