ACX1000 Universal Metro Router
The ACX1000 Universal Metro Router is a 1U fanless router that is ideal for enterprise and service provider cabinet and tower deployments. It delivers up to 60 Gbps through a fixed configuration of eight T1/E1 interfaces, eight copper 10/100/1000 GbE ports, and four GbE combination fiber/copper ports.
ACX1000 routers are compact 17.5 x 1.75 x 9.4 in (44.5 x 4.4 x 24 cm) platforms conforming to ETSI 300 specifications. This architecture eases deployment in a service provider or enterprise cabinet where rack space and cooling are limited.
The Junos SDK makes ACX1000 fully customizable. The scalability and reliability of the platform improves customer satisfaction while lowering the total cost of operating, maintaining, and updating the network infrastructure.
- 8 TDM ports
- 12 1GbE ports
- MEF CE 2.0-compliant
Features + Benefits
MEF CE 2.0 Compliant
Enable a diverse array of offerings with support for MEF CE 2.0 standards for E-Line, E-LAN, E-Tree, and E-Access services.
Take advantage of easy management and operation with rapid, remote provisioning.
Enable the access network to grow with business needs through an adaptive service architecture with operational intelligence.
Utilize a flexible architecture to support Carrier Ethernet, L2, L3, MPLS, traffic engineering, and call admission control (CAC), as well as simplified service provisioning and operation.
RFC2544 (Generation and Reflection)
Utilize RFC2544-based testing to confirm whether a node is ready for service once configured with zero-touch deployment (ZTD).
Timing and Synchronization
Deliver the highest quality of experience (QoE) with advanced clocking technologies including SyncE and IEEE 1588-2008.
Easily customize provisioning and integration with third-party apps and tools using Junos SDK.
Environmentally Hardened Design
Support outdoor and industrial use cases through environmentally hardened design with passive cooling.
Training and Community
Jackson Electric Co-Op Sees 30% Work-from-Home Internet Surge
When the coronavirus crisis forced the shutdown of America, Jackson Electric Cooperative turned it up. Broadband Internet became a lifeline for the residents of Matagorda Bay, Texas, in the U.S., with miles of Gulf Coast beaches and fresh oysters, blue crab, and shrimp. Jackson Electric’s smart community network, built on a foundation of Juniper routing, easily handled a 30% surge in Internet traffic and a 130% spike in subscriber connections.
The ACX1000 is a 1U fanless router with eight T1/E1 interfaces, eight copper GbE ports, and four copper/fiber GbE ports. It is ideal for enterprise and service provider cabinet and tower deployments.
The ACX1100 is a 1U fanless router with eight copper GbE ports and four copper/fiber GbE ports. It is ideal for enterprise and service provider cabinet and tower deployments.
The ACX2100 is a hardened router with 16 T1/E1 interfaces, four copper 10/100/1000-Mbps interfaces, four combination copper/fiber GbE ports, two GbE SFP ports, and two 10GbE SFP+ ports.
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