ADTRAN Launches Enhanced Enterprise IAD
May 17, 2001 ADTRAN announced that its ATLAS family of IADs now has a new member, the ATLAS 890.
May 17, 2001 ADTRAN (www.adtran.com), a maker of enterprise Integrated Access Devices (IADs), announced at Networld + Interop in Las Vegas, NV, last week that its ATLAS family of IADs now has a new member, the ATLAS 890. ADTRAN says the new product is fully redundant and uses dual system controllers and two power supplies. The ATLAS 890 lets enterprise users "converge" large voice and data networks. It supports T1, T3, ISDN, and Frame Relay applications.
"The ATLAS 890 doubles the capacity of our current ATLAS products, " says vice president of product management Tim Saunders. "This is the first ATLAS product of offer complete system redundancy, an option that is becoming essential for many of our customers with mission-critical applications."