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Redux Communications - Resolute Networks  Profile

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Redux Communications - Resolute Networks  Company Overview

Resolute Networks was established as a merger of Redux Communications (founded in 1999) and Lycium Networks (founded in 2001).

Resolute Networks Ltd. is a leading provider of standards-compliant core technology and sub-system solutions for Circuit Emulation Services (CES) and Synchronization over Packet applications. The company's solutions are designed to support high performance converged voice and data telecommunication services over Ethernet, IP or MPLS infrastructure. Resolute's CES sub-systems have been selected by leading network equipment manufacturers worldwide.

Redux Communications - Resolute Networks  Products

The types of products manufactured by Redux Communications - Resolute Networks include Resolute CMX-1601 module Resolute CMX-1614 module, and Resolute CMX-16C3 module.

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