Established in 1998, DATACOM is the leading manufacturer of network equipment for data telecommunication in Latin America. DATACOM is proud to regularly supply all Top 10 carriers and service providers in South America.
Export sales have reached more than 30 different countries, including locations in Europe, North and Latin America and Asia. DATACOM’s technical and commercial partners can be found in all continents. Total revenues increased more than 50% over the last 4 years. This upward trend is expected to accelerate in the coming years as the company expands its production facilities.
The fast evolution in the communication industry is closely followed by DATACOM’s R&D team. Protocols, interfaces, transmission technologies (TDM, Ethernet, MPLS, IP, Frame Relay, E1, E3, xDSL, SDH) and integrated management are some examples of DATACOM’s R&D efforts. Significant investments in human resources made DATACOM the first Latin American industry to develop STM-64 SDH solutions, Metro Ethernet Switches, G.SHDSL modems, STM-1 and NG-SDH multiplatform multiplexers.
Datacom can develop customized logical network design documents (High Level Designs and Low Level Designs – HLD & LLD) to maximize the use of resources and features available in our products.
The scope of the HLD is to provide a macro view of the project, including a comprehensive description of the solution, its main benefits, network diagrams, equipment and project delivery stages. The LLD aims to provide a deeper insight into the project, including the specific use of each equipment and its logical settings in order to achieve the best possible performance for every application.
Datacom also offers a consultative and practical service to maximize the use and performance of an existing network infrastructure. This work is conducted in a customized manner, taking into account technical and business perspectives. Optimization can occur in different areas of a network, such as hardware, software, design and logical configurations.
Solutions from Datacom
Datacom offers a wide range of products for telecommunications network infrastructure. We have solutions for backbone and access networks over fiber or copper.
Additionally, Datacom offers robust solutions and excellent value, proven in large Brazil and foreign customers. Tens of thousands of managed devices in the Metro Ethernet technologies, MSAN, NG SDH, PDH and xDSL support the provision of services of our customers, offering circuits and converged networks.
In order to enable the transmission of huge amounts of data, big and reliable pipes are used on the service provider networks. And when you are serving a lot of end users traffic you need high availability and robustness.
Our Carrier Ethernet products have protocols, advanced functionalities and a redundant architecture that allows our clients to offer QiQ channels over L2 topologies, or L2VPN (both VPWS and VPLS) over L3/MPLS networks. Our Ethernet Switches supports also L3VPN.
However, if the choice is to leverage and increment an existent SDH network, we have NG SDH solutions that have scalability, modularity and performance. LAN2LAN circuits are provisioned using GFP-F framing, and Virtual Concatenation with LCAS support. It is also important to remember that both the Carrier Ethernet Switches and the NG SDH products use DmView, a single Management System software, allowing an easy integration of convergent services.Network Equipment Manufacturer (NEM)
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