Mini-Link SP by Ericsson

Ericsson Mini-Link SP

The Ericsson Mini-Link SP is a packet aggregation node manufactured for packet networks with routing and switching functionality.
MINI-LINK SP 110
MINI-LINK SP 110
Packet Aggregation Node
The Ericsson Mini-Link SP 110 is a packet aggregation node manufactured for packet networks with routing and switching functionality at line-rate of 16 Gbps. The system is most appropriate for cell-sites and Ethernet Demarcation Devices and sustains a capacity range from 16 Gbps to 120 Gbps. The compatibility for Ethernet, IP and MPLS takes into account future innovation and makes it one of the most financially responsible backhaul nodes. Some of the biggest benefits in possessing the Ericsson Mini-Link SP 110 is the redundant DC power supply and field replaceable fan tray, the standard port configuration, performance management, and sync capabilities. Additionally, the positives include transport, resiliency, and service compliances.
MINI-LINK SP 210
MINI-LINK SP 210
Packet Aggregation Node
The Ericsson Mini-Link SP 210 is a packet aggregation node manufactured for packet networks with routing and switching functionality at line-rate of 36 Gbps. The system is most appropriate for cell-sites and first level aggregation while sustaining a capacity range from 16 Gbps to 120 Gbps. The compatibility for Ethernet, IP and MPLS takes into account future innovation and makes it one of the most financially responsible backhaul nodes. Some of the biggest benefits in possessing the Ericsson Mini-Link SP 110 is the redundant DC power supply and field replaceable fan tray, the standard port configuration, performance management, and sync capabilities. Additionally, the positives include transport, resiliency, and service compliances. It was constructed with industrial grade components that support temperatures ranging from -40 degrees Celsius to 65 degrees Celsius.
MINI-LINK SP 310
MINI-LINK SP 310
Packet Aggregation Node
The Ericsson Mini-Link SP 310 is a packet aggregation node manufactured for packet networks with routing and switching functionality at line-rate of 120 Gbps. The system is most appropriate for second level and metro aggregation while sustaining a capacity range from 16 Gbps to 120 Gbps. The compatibility for Ethernet, IP and MPLS takes into account future innovation and makes it one of the most financially responsible backhaul nodes. Some of the biggest benefits in possessing the Ericsson Mini-Link SP 110 is the redundant DC power supply and field replaceable fan tray, the standard port configuration, performance management, and sync capabilities. Additionally, the positives include transport, resiliency, and service compliances. It was constructed with industrial grade components that support temperatures ranging from -40 degrees Celsius to 65 degrees Celsius.
MINI-LINK SP 415
MINI-LINK SP 415
Packet Aggregation Node
The Ericsson Mini-Link SP 415 is an IP/MPLS router utilizing a common operating system with the help of the SSR 8000. This system is perfectly crafted for Mobile Backhaul and metro aggregation networks. It delivers assistance for standard L2VPN and L3VPN services over IP/MPLS networks with a forwarding capacity of 36 Gbps. The aiding in Ethernet, IP and MPLS make it one of the more cost-effective packet backhaul nodes available on the market. Some of the major benefits of the system include the capability of using fiber and microwave as transport media. It comes with interface flexibility, extreme temperature aptitudes, and recognized synchronization. Ericsson SP family is made up of nodes in the capacity range from 16 Gbps to 120 Gbps.
MINI-LINK SP 420
MINI-LINK SP 420
IP/MPLS router
The Ericsson Mini-Link SP 420 is an IP/MPLS router utilizing a common operating system with the help of the SSR 8000. This system is perfectly constructed for Mobile Backhaul and metro aggregation networks. It delivers assistance for standard L2VPN and L3VPN services over IP/MPLS networks with a forwarding capacity of 120 Gbps. The aiding in Ethernet, IP and MPLS make it one of the more cost-effective packet backhaul nodes available on the market. Some of the major benefits of the system include the capability of using fiber and microwave as transport media. It comes with interface flexibility, extreme temperature aptitudes, and recognized synchronization. On the whole, the Ericsson SP family is made up of nodes in the capacity range from 16 Gbps to 120 Gbps.