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BTI Systems to Present at Carrier Ethernet APAC

Peter Green to Explore the Maturity of Carrier Ethernet Technologies; Company Shortlisted as a Finalist in Three Categories of Carrier Ethernet APAC Awards Program

OTTAWA and BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/27/12 -- BTI Systems, the software and networking leader empowering content and service providers to capitalize on trends in mobility, Internet video and cloud services, today announced that General Manager of Ethernet Products, Peter Green, P. Eng, will present at the Carrier Ethernet APAC Conference. In addition, BTI is a finalist in three categories of the show's awards program.

The Carrier Ethernet Awards APAC, presented on December 4, recognize excellence and leadership in the development, marketing and delivery of Carrier Ethernet Services, and provide a showcase for the achievements of solution and service providers in the Carrier Ethernet market. BTI is on the shortlist for Best Carrier Ethernet Mobile Backhaul Product, Best Carrier Ethernet Core Product and Best Carrier Ethernet Aggregation Product.

The official APAC MEF Congress, CE APAC is the largest and most comprehensive event looking at the technologies behind Carrier Ethernet from the service provider perspective while addressing the distinctive regional framework. Taking place at The Mira Hotel in Hong Kong December 3-5, the event features more than 45 operator and solution provider presentations and panel discussions.

On Wednesday, December 5 at 3:50 p.m. HKT, Green will present "Maturity of Carrier Ethernet Technologies." During the session, he will address the question "Can you afford to wait and bet on the evolution of MPLS?" and examine:

  • Requirements for access, aggregation and metro core networks
  • Standards from MEF, IEEE, ITU-T and the IETF
  • The state of technology maturity for delivering MEF CE 2.0 Services and Mobile Backhaul
  • Scalability and efficiency of Carrier Ethernet technologies

BTI delivers software and networking solutions for mission-critical communications to leading service providers -- enabling broader cell phone coverage and high-speed Internet services, and powering cloud service delivery. Specifically, BTI's Carrier Ethernet Business Services Solution enables the delivery of Ethernet-based services that deliver the high performance, service granularity and wide scalability required by today's enterprises.

About BTI Systems
BTI Systems is the innovative software and networking company delivering solutions that empower service and content providers to capitalize on the increasing demand for bandwidth driven by game-changing and long-term trends in mobility, video and cloud services. With an integrated suite of service management and applications software, and packet optical networking platforms, BTI enables its customers to scale capacity and profitably deliver a mix of high-value applications, services and content to subscribers and businesses around the globe. More than 350 customers rely on BTI to accelerate, optimize and monetize service delivery. Headquartered in North America, BTI operates regional sales, marketing, and R&D centers of excellence throughout the world. For more information, visit www.btisystems.com.

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