ACX4000 Universal Metro Router
The ACX4000 Universal Metro Router is a 2.5U, actively cooled access router that is environmentally hardened for field deployment. This versatile, high-performance mobile access platform runs on the Junos operating system.
The ACX4000 has two modular interface card (MIC) slots that can house 16 T1/E1 ports, six GbE copper/fiber combination ports, or four CHOC3/STM-1 ports, creating a mobile access platform versatile enough for any deployment. Besides two MIC slots, the platform also provides a number of fixed ports that include 2 x 10GbE, 2 x GbE SFP, or 8 x GbE combination (copper/fiber).
This universal access routing solution is optimized to enhance the mobile subscriber experience while significantly improving network monetization for service providers.
- Up to 32 TDM ports
- 2 10GbE ports
- MEF CE 2.0-compliant
Features + Benefits
MEF CE 2.0 Compliance
Support for MEF CE 2.0 standards for E-Line, E-LAN, E-Tree, and E-Access services enables you to deploy a diverse array of offerings.
Take advantage of easy management and operation with rapid, remote provisioning.
Enables your access network to grow with business needs through an adaptive service architecture with operational intelligence.
The ACX4000 platform supports Carrier Ethernet, Layer 2, Layer 3, MPLS, traffic engineering, and call admission control (CAC) services while simplifying service provisioning and operations.
RFC 2544 Benchmarking
Use RFC 2544-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.
Junos OS SDK
Easily customize provisioning and integration with third-party app and tools using the Junos OS SDK.
The router supports both outdoor and industrial applications with an environmentally reinforced design and 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 ACX4000 is a 2.5U hardened router with two modular interface card slots that can house 16 T1/E1 ports, six GbE copper/fiber combination ports, or four CHOC3/STM-1 ports. Versatile for any deployment.
The ACX5000 1U and 2U routers are high-performance, high-port-density, metro aggregation solutions ideal for metro Ethernet access and aggregation deployments in Carrier Ethernet networks.
The ACX5400 Series of 1U routers provide power-efficient metro aggregation and support full IP/MPLS functionality. They deliver the performance required for efficient 1/10GbE-to-100GbE metro aggregation, MACsec security, and packet-optical convergence.
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