Axerra Networks

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Axerra Networks Inc. is a company that manufactures networking equipment for supply to carriers in the form of Pseudo-Wire solutions for circuit emulation and service emulation that provide a full service alternative to TDM access over packet access networks. Pseudo-Wire solutions enable users to take advantage of low cost Carrier Ethernet based services. They can be utilized, for mobile backhaul and business service delivery.

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