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Datacryptor® SONET/SDH OC-192 Release 1
Datacryptor® SONET/SDH OC-192 completes Thales’ SONET/SDH product line supporting OC-3, OC-12,
OC-48 and now OC-192 circuits. The high performance encryptor is designed to secure point-to-point 10
Gbps SONET/SDH networks. The wire-speed throughput and low latency make it ideal for encrypting data at
the physical layer, including applications where latency cannot be tolerated and where ease-of-use is
required for deployment. The SONET/SDH OC-192 encryptor supports the Advanced Encryption Standard
AES 256-bit algorithm, and is designed to meet the Federal Information Protection Standard (FIPS) 140-2
Level 2 and the international Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) 3. Managed by a single
secure management application, the Element Manager, the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192, like the rest of
the SONET/SDH family, is transparent to SONET/SDH switches and regenerators.
With new regulations in the European Union and the United States forcing government agencies and financial
organizations to encrypt Wide Area Network (WAN) links between data centers, and as more SONET/SDH
backbones are been used to transfer increasing amounts of sensitive data, the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-
192 is positioned to meet the security needs of these high-speed/high-bandwidth connections.

Product Announcement Executive Summary
Market Area                             Network security/information assurance
Product Group                           Datacryptor
Target Markets                          Government and commercial enterprise
Features                                  Ultra high-speed (10 Gbps) encryption at the physical layer
                                          Hardware-based AES 256-bit cryptographic algorithm
                                          Low latency
                                          Secure central management application
                                          High reliability design - redundant hot-swappable power options
Typical System Sales                    End user list price including set of host and network pluggable
Revenue                                 connection modules and secure management application:
                                        €100,515 - €107,455




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This Product Marketing Update (PMU) contains a comprehensive review of the features,
applications, and benefits that Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 introduces to the market.
Competitive information, pricing and ordering details, and technical data sheets are just but a few
of the tools provided to successfully market and sell the new product.
In this Announcement, the following sections are includes:
1. INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................3
1.1. PRODUCT OVERVIEW.....................................................................................................3
1.2. PHYSICAL DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS ........................................................................3
1.3. MODES OF OPERATION .................................................................................................4
2. FEATURES AND BENEFITS ...............................................................................................5
2.1. PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS .....................................................................................5
2.2. THROUGHPUT .................................................................................................................5
2.3. LATENCY .........................................................................................................................6
2.4. RELIABILITY.....................................................................................................................6
3. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................6
4. MARKET INFORMATION ....................................................................................................8
4.1. REGIONAL MARKETS FOR SONET/SDH ENCRYPTION ................................................8
4.2. MARKET APPLICATIONS.................................................................................................8
4.3. VALUE OF SECURITY......................................................................................................9
5. SELLING THE DATACRYPTOR SONET/SDH OC-192 ........................................................9
5.1. GENERAL SELLING TIPS ................................................................................................9
5.2. KEY SELLING POINTS...................................................................................................10
5.3. QUALIFYING QUESTIONS .............................................................................................10
6. COMPETITION ..................................................................................................................11
6.1. SAFENET .......................................................................................................................12
6.2. COMPETITIVE MATRIX AND KNOCK-OFFS..................................................................12
6.3. COMPATIBILITY .............................................................................................................13
7. PRICING AND ORDERING INFORMATION.......................................................................13
7.1. PART NUMBERS AND PRICING ....................................................................................13
7.2. PART NUMBER CONFIGURATION ................................................................................14
7.3. EXPORT AND LICENSING .............................................................................................16
7.4. PRODUCT AVAILABILITY ..............................................................................................16
8. WARRANTY, SUPPORT, REPAIR, AND TRAINING OPTIONS .........................................17
8.1. EMEA AND ASIA PACIFIC REGIONS.............................................................................17
9. MARKETING TOOLS.........................................................................................................17
10. PRODUCT SUPPORT CENTER ......................................................................................17
ADDENDUM A - GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS .........................................................................18
ADDENDUM B - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS .............................................................20
ADDENDUM C - AVAILABLE XFP MODULES ..........................................................................23
ADDENDUM D - POWER SUPPLY ...........................................................................................24
ADDENDUM E - COMPETING PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS..................................................25




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1. INTRODUCTION
Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is the latest addition to Thales’ family of network encryption
products answering a growing need for ultra high-speed point-to-point link encryption over
Synchronous Optical Networks (SONET) and Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) backbone
circuits. The new product protects the confidentiality of sensitive and high-value data, voice, and
video over 10 Gbps SONET/SDH backbones. The Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is
transparent to SONET/SDH switches and regenerators, and offers customers end-to-end
integration into any OC-192 (10 Gbps) SONET/SDH network.

    1.1. PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Sharing the same innovative dual/redundant power supply design as the OC-3, 12, and 48
models, the Datacryptor SONET OC-192 is the only OC-192 encryptor in the market featured on
a compact high-reliability platform. Using FIPS-approved AES 256-bit algorithm, and designed to
meet FIPS 140-2 Level 2 and CC EAL 3, the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is pending
evaluation by an accredited laboratory for validation under the FIPS Cryptographic Module
Validation Program (CMVP) and the CC Evaluation and Validation Scheme (CCEVS).

High-speed wide area networks and metropolitan infrastructures utilize state-of-the art
SONET/SDH technology to enable transfers of high bandwidth video, voice, and data. The
Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 has been designed as a protocol transparent encryption device
capable of encrypting these backbones at wire-speed with virtually no latency. The device
encrypts time-sensitive high-volume connections without service degradation. Driven by the
growing threats to the security of sensitive information in transit, and in particular, known threats
to optical fibers, customers are becoming more and more concerned over the confidentiality of
high-speed, high-bandwidth backbone networks. Easy to use and requiring no human
intervention once commissioned for operation, the units employ X.509v1 certificates and the
Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA-1), as well as the Diffie-Hellman protocols to perform authentication
and automatic exchange of key material. Subsequent releases of the product will also provide
X.509v3 compatibility.

As a stand-alone encryption unit, and following the tradition of the Datacryptor family of
encryption devices, the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 has a seamless key management
mechanism and can be locally or centrally managed in-band or out-of-band using Thales’ secure
Element Manager (EM) available through a 10/100 Ethernet port or through a serial port. The
secure management capability offered by EM facilitates the important separation between
network administration and security management and given that a single application can control
all Datacryptor devices in a network, can significantly reduce training and operational costs.

Typical application scenarios of the product include protection of sensitive information over high-
speed OC-192 backbones, disaster recovery/data back-up applications, and remote medical
imaging. Thales offers superior support to meet customer requirements. All of Thales'
Datacryptors include a one-year standard warranty with optional extended service agreements.

    1.2. PHYSICAL DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS
The Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is built on a Two Rack Unit (2RU)-mountable metal
enclosure similar to the one used for the OC-3/12/48 models. Ventilation and cooling is provided
by four fans (two on the side and two on the back of the enclosure. Like the rest of the
SONET/SDH family, the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 offers dual redundant universal
Alternating Current (AC) and -48v Direct Current (DC) power supplies and pluggable 10 Gbps
Small Form Factor Pluggable (XFP) interface modules for short, intermediate, and long-range


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applications supporting up to 80 kilometers. The SONET/SDH OC-192 enclosure is designed to
detect tampering by employing micro-switches under the lid. With the exception of the power
connections and management connections located in the back of the unit, the unit’s local (Host)
and remote (Network) connection interfaces are located on the front panel for easy user access.
Also in the front panel is a zeroization button and easy to read Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs)
indicating power, secure status, transmission, and reception. For more details on the user
interfaces, please consult the User Guide. A schematic representation of the unit’s exterior
physical characteristics is shown in Figure 1. Detailed physical and functional specifications are
included in Section 3 of this document.



           THALES                                                     Datacryptor® SONET/SDH OC-192

                                             Host           Network
                             Class 1
                              Laser




                                                                                    XFP Optical
                                                                               Interface Modules

                   Figure 1. Schematic Representation of the Unit’s Physical Characteristics.



    1.3. MODES OF OPERATION
The basic unit of data transport in a SONET environment is called the Synchronous Transfer
Signal (STS). In the SDH environment, the equivalent unit of data transport is called the
Synchronous Transfer Module (STM). Concatenation is the combination of multiple Synchronous
Transfer Signals (STS-n) or (STM- n) to form a higher hierarchy frame with a wider overhead and
payload space.

Configurable to Path or Line encryption in concatenated mode, the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-
192 encryptor can be deployed in a variety of network configurations. A subsequent release of
the Datacryptor SONET/SDH family will support non-concatenated modes encrypting down to
STS-3/STM-1 (155 Mbps) granularity. An example of this process representative of concatenation
in the OC-192 level is shown in Figure 2.

   2,488.32 Mbps                       2,488.32 Mbps                   2,488.32 Mbps                 2,488.32 Mbps
            STS-48/                             STS-48/                         STS-48/                       STS-48/
Overhead    STM-16       +       Overhead       STM-16       +      Overhead    STM-16      +      Overhead   STM-16
            Payload                             Payload                         Payload                       Payload



                                                          10 Gbps
                                       Overhead             OC-192 Payload


                             Figure 2. Concatenation of STS-48s into an OC-192 frame.




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2. FEATURES AND BENEFITS
The Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 provides unique competitive advantages. A description of
the features introduced and their associated benefits are summarized in Table 1.

                   Table 1. Features and associated benefits offered by Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192.

                            Feature                                                      Benefit
 True SONET/SDH encrypted throughput up to 10 Gbps              Encrypted latency measured at approximately 1.8 µsec


 Fully automated      key    management    using      X.509v1   Ensures user and device authentication and enables secure
 certificates                                                   connectivity and exchange of key material between
                                                                authorized devices operating in the SONET/SDH backbone
 Multiple interface   options    and   transmission     range   Short, intermediate, and long range options allow customer
 capabilities                                                   to tailor the security solution to their specific needs

 Network and Host port loop-back diagnostics                    Offers a test-tool capability to do line loop-back between
                                                                devices for the purpose of troubleshooting links and ensuring
                                                                clear path between end-points and encryption units
 Support for both SONET and SDH networks                        Can be used globally in both native SONET and SDH
                                                                environments
 AES 256-bit algorithms and automatic key exchange              Strongest cryptography available commercially with no
                                                                overhead cost associated with key management and
                                                                distribution
 Path and Line encryption                                       Path encryption can reduce number of encryption devices
                                                                needed and thus the overall cost of security
 Transparent to SONET/SDH switches and regenerators             Compatible with standard SONET/SDH network services
                                                                offered by telecommunications provider
 Supports concatenated STS/STM structures                       Supports end user applications such as Packet over SONET
                                                                (PoS) and Ethernet over SONET (EoS)
 Centralized management application                             Securely monitors and control all Datacryptor SONET/SDH
                                                                units deployed by the customer thus reducing training and
                                                                operational costs
 Dual hot-swappable AC and DC power supplies                    Enable unsurpassed reliability and up-time of the supported
                                                                backbone network



    2.1. PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS
The line rate of a SONET/SDH OC-192 backbone refers to the raw bit rate carried over the
optical fiber. A portion of the bits transferred over the line are designated as overhead. The
overhead carries information that provides operations, administration, maintenance, and
provisioning capabilities such as framing, multiplexing, status, trace, and performance monitoring.
The line rate minus the overhead rate yields the payload rate which is the bandwidth available for
transferring user data. Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 offers unsurpassed encrypted data
throughput and minimum associated delay.

    2.2. THROUGHPUT
Throughput measures the maximum rate at which data can be passed through the system
without loss. In a SONET/SDH OC-192 environment, one cannot increase the size of the frames,
thus the encryptor will always maintain line speed. Additionally, since the SONET/SDH OC-192
encryptor uses reserve bits in the frame structure for in-band communications management, the
device will not interfere with the synchronous nature of the bit stream. As a key characteristic of




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the SONET/SDH OC-192 environment, the encryption does not affect the throughput in the
network.

     2.3. LATENCY
In the SONET/SDH environment, latency is defined as the amount of time needed for data to go
through the encryption device. The Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is designed for minimum
latency (approximately 1.8 microseconds).

    2.4. RELIABILITY
Predicted Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) of the Datacryptor SONET/SDH under normal
benign (communications room) environment is expected to be in the range of 30,000 hours. Like
most electronic systems of this type, the overall MTBF is affected by the reliability of mechanical
components. Extended failure-free operation can be achieved with scheduled replacement of the
fans and power supplies.


3. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 makes use of state of the art technology in cryptography, key
management, and physical design. Highlights of the product’s technical specifications are
outlined below. A product technical data sheet is also available.

Maximum Data Transfer Rate
 10 Gbps full duplex

Encryption Algorithms
 AES 256-bit

Key Management
 Signed Diffie-Hellman key agreement protocol
 DSA Signature Algorithm (DSA) with 1,024-bit key and 160-bit signature (FIPS 186)
 SHA-1 Hash Algorithm (FIPS 180)
 X.509v1 certificates
 Hardware random number generation
 Automatic time triggered key change without interruption of connections
 Automatic crypto resynchronization

Device Management
 Integrated Element Management application
 Management using PPP protocol (9-pin D-serial port) or
 IP protocol 10/100 BaseT [RJ45 Ethernet port)
 In-band management on the SONET/SDH network

Network Interfaces
 STM-64c/OC-192 (10 Gbps) data ports
 Serial V.24 and Ethernet management ports




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Physical Interfaces
 Multiple range flexible XFP removable interface modules
 Duplex LC Connectors
 Supports up to 80 kilometers in range
 Single-mode Fiber 1310 nm and 1550 nm

Flexibility
  AC and DC redundant power options
  Transparent handling of SONET/SDH overhead and pass through of network clocks
  Line and Path encryption
  Support for concatenated
  Secure auditing

Synchronization
 Automatic and continuous

Safety and Security Certifications
 NEBS, FCC Part 15 Class B
 UL, CE
 FIPS 140-2 Level 2 (pending evaluation)
 Common Criteria EAL 3 (pending evaluation)

Power
 High availability redundant hot-swappable AC (universal) or DC (-48V) power supplies
 Approximately 100 Watts draw

Temperature
             C      C    F       F)
  Operating 5° to 40° (40° to 100°
             C      C    F       F)
  Storage -10° to 60° (15° to 140°

Relative Humidity
                             C    F)                                             C
 Designed to 10% to 90% at 25° (77° non-condensi ng, falling to 50% maximum at 40°
 (100°F)

Barometric Pressure
 Designed to 780 to 1100 mBar

Physical Specifications
19 inch 2RU rack-mountable housing
Height: 8.8 cm (3.5 inches)
Width: 43 cm (16.9 inches)
Depth: 38.5 cm (15.2 inches)
Weight: approximately 7.5 Kg (16.5 lbs)




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4. MARKET INFORMATION
While Internet Protocol (IP)-based data services continue to emerge, the absence of high levels
of quality of service (QoS) and reliability is making it difficult for carriers to support end-user
applications across networks. This is expected to hinder the transition to pure IP network
services, and as a result, backbone technologies such as SONET/SDH capable of supporting
cost-effective native data transport services are becoming dominant in the market. This trend is
becoming evident across the globe as government and enterprise networks are upgrading their
backbone infrastructure to high-speed optical transport mediums able to support increasing traffic
and high-speed/high-bandwidth applications such as aggregate data, voice, and video required
for data center operation and disaster recovery. As a result, this is driving the demand for
SONET/SDH at all speeds, OC-3 through OC-192, and the associated need for secure transport,
also creating a demand for high-speed optical encryption. The Datacryptor SONET/SDH family is
ideally positioned to secure these point-to-point applications.

    4.1. REGIONAL MARKETS FOR SONET/SDH ENCRYPTION
The global market for Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS)
SONET/SDH encryption is estimated at approximately US$70M through 2008 according to IDC.
This estimate includes government and enterprise markets, and is based on a conservative 1% of
the total global SONET/SDH equipment sales. The SONET/SDH encryption market in the Asia-
Pacific region is expected to hit over US$33M by 2008, surpassing the market in the Americas at
approximately US$31M and the market in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at US$26M. A
breakdown of the SONET/SDH encryption market by region and year is shown in Figure 3.


                          35
                          30
                          25
                     $M
                          20                                                    N. Am erica
                          15                                                    Asia-Pac
                          10                                                    EMEA
                           5                                                    RoW
                           0
                                2005       2006       2007       2008
                                                 Year

                          Figure 3. SONET/SDH encryption forecast by region.


    4.2. MARKET APPLICATIONS
Typical applications for the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 include networks such as point to
point multiplexed, PoS, and/or EoS architectures involving mission critical applications where
data cannot be compromised without causing severe consequences and financial loss.
Customers in the identified markets seek to reduce communications cost while ensuring the
highest level of security for their systems. Schematic representations of the applications outlined
are highlighted in Figures 4 and 5.




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                                 STS Multiplexer                    STS Multiplexer

                                                      SONET/SDH
                                                         Ring
                      PTE*     SONET/SDH                                  SONET/SDH       PTE*
                                Encryptor                                  Encryptor

                                    STS Multiplexer             STS Multiplexer
                      * Path Terminal Equipment



                         Figure 4. Schematic representation of multiplexed application.




                                                  SONET/SDH
                                                     Ring
                  PoS*       SONET/SDH                                SONET/SDH         PoS*
                 Router       Encryptor                                Encryptor       Router

                      * Packet over SONET
                             Router


               Figure 5. Schematic representation of Packet Over SONET (POS) application.


    4.3. VALUE OF SECURITY
While the cost of the Datacryptor SONET/SDH family of products can be a significant part of the
overall investment made by a customer in its IT infrastructure, the relative cost of securing leased
services decreases with increasing speed. As shown in Table 2, the cost of securing a typical
OC-192 circuit will run under 14% of the total segment infrastructure and service cost.

                Table 2. Relative cost of securing high-speed/high-bandwidth optical circuits.

     Leased Service                   Speed                 Average Annual Cost             % of Annual Cost
                                                                  (US$)1                        (Non-Recurring)
    SONET/SDH OC-3                   155 Mbps                       380,000                         < 22%
    SONET/SDH OC-12                  622 Mbps                       630,000                         < 20%
    SONET/SDH OC-48                  2.5 Gbps                       990,000                         <18%
    SONET/SDH OC-192                  10 Gbps                      1,750,000                        <14%

1
 Comparative annual cost based on average advertised US Dedicated Ring Service (DRS) rates.
Pricing vary depending on range and established jurisdictional tariffs.



5. SELLING THE DATACRYPTOR SONET/SDH OC-192

    5.1. GENERAL SELLING TIPS
SONET/SDH services are being demanded by long haul carriers, metropolitan operators, private
network operators, and high bandwidth end users such as large enterprise companies and banks.
Sales efforts should pursue the above mentioned customer sectors and exploit the needs for
secure connectivity. The main reasons why these organizations are moving to SONET/SDH is




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because of the benefits afforded by moving to a common standard, better management, fast
provisioning, better network survivability, simpler handover, and support for future services.

Basic SONET/SDH network devices include digital loop carrier systems, terminal muxes, Add
Drop Muxes (ADMs), and SONET/SDH regenerators. Manufacturers of these devices include:

       ADC
       Alcatel
       Ciena
       Cisco Systems
       Fujitsu
       Lucent
       NEC
       Nortel
       Tellabs

Identification of customers buying SONET/SDH products from the above suppliers will allow
accurate targeting of projected deployment of SONET/SDH backbone networks and potential
sales opportunities for this encryption product.

     5.2. KEY SELLING POINTS
As a specialized encryption platform, the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is characterized by
features that include a compact design and an integrated management system. Key selling points
to highlight include:

       Management application included with product
       Creates virtually no latency and overhead
       Simplifies configuration and maintenance
       Bump-in-the wire security
       AES 256-bit encryption
       Standards-based authentication, digital certificates, and key management

   5.3. QUALIFYING QUESTIONS

  Q. What backbone topology is the potential customer using?
  A. The Datacryptor SONET/SDH family is designed to protect both native SONET as well as
     SDH backbone networks.

  Q. How are the prospective customer’s sites connected? (IP, fiber, service provide network)
  A. Customers that are connected via fiber have a false sense of security in that they
     commonly believe their networks are impossible to intercept in a passive manner. In fact,
     leased fiber lines are just as likely to be tapped as any other type of network.

  Q. What is the link speed?
  A. The Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is a high-speed, high-bandwidth device. Prospects
     for the product will have a need to secure links at 10 Gbps.


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  Q. Does the prospective customer have a disaster recovery/business continuity initiative?
  A. If a customer is interested in securing the confidentiality of its information, it most definitely
      will also be interested in protecting its availability. Market research has shown a lot of
      interest in organizations that transfer their entire data center contents on a daily or weekly
      basis. When an organization is transferring vast amounts of data on a regular basis, the
      sensitivity of this aggregate data becomes more apparent and as a result, the need for
      encryption is paramount. It should be easy to make the point that the company’s most
      critical asset is leaving the secure perimeter every time the data is replicated at the backup
      center, and that it should have an armed guard as it travels. The Datacryptor SONET/SDH
      is that armed guard. One may need to overcome the customer’s false sense of security in
      their leased line as part of the sales process.

  Q. Does the prospective customer have high bandwidth applications such as imaging?
  A. Imaging applications, due to their high bandwidth demands, have resonated with many
     customers. Whether the images are financial documents (checks, mortgages, insurance
     policies, wills) or media such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), the transfer of these
     over an insecure link concerns many security-savvy executives. Finding imaging
     applications and the personnel that maintain their associated systems could lead to a high
     interest level very quickly. Imaging applications are a good match for the Datacryptor
     SONET/SDH because they require high-throughput and low-latency.

  Q. Does the prospective customer have any latency-sensitive applications?
  A. The Datacryptor SONET/SDH leads the industry with the lowest latency SONET/SDH rate
     encryption device. Marketing research has shown that many customers have resisted
     implementing prudent security measures because their applications are so sensitive to
     latency that they will not work once a security device is installed. The Datacryptor
     SONET/SDH OC-192, introduces only in the order of 1.8 microseconds thus ensuring
     transparent operation of the customers’ application.

  Q. Does the customer have a tactical need to hide network use patterns against traffic analysis
     threats?
  A. Customers who have a need to protect their network against traffic analysis threats should
     consider using a SONET/SDH as their backbone communications medium. The frame
     structure in a SONET/SDH environment maintains constant frame transfer rates regardless
     of the amount of data contained in the payload. The use of the Datacryptor SONET/SDH
     will help secure the connection further by protecting the confidentiality of the end-to-end
     connection.



6. COMPETITION
While competing vendors such as Crypto AG in Switzerland and General Dynamics in the United
States offer lower-speed SONET/SDH OC-3/12/48 models, none are currently offering an OC-
192 model. The only competing product in the market at this time is SafeNet’s SafeEnterprise™
SONET OC-192 encryptor developed together with the Senetas Group’s CTAM division in
Australia. A description of the product, including features and particular knock-offs to highlight
when comparing against the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is included herein.




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    6.1. SAFENET




  http://www.safenet-inc.com/library/3/SafeEnterpriseOC192_SONETEncryptor.pdf
The SafeEnterprise™ Model 650 SONET OC-192 encryptor is designed to integrate into OC-192/STM-
64 (10 Gbps) SONET or SDH network. The SafeEnterprise SONET OC-192 encryptor supports OC-
192 Line and STS-192 Paths encryption using the AES algorithm with independent keys used in each
direction. In addition, section, Line, and Path overhead bytes can be selectively encrypted, zeroised,
regenerated, or bypassed. The product can be centrally managed across multiple remote stations
using SafeNet's SafeEnterprise Security Management Center (SMC), employing Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP)v3. SMC management is available via a 10/100 Ethernet port or on the
SONET network.

An LCD display on the device’s front panel provides the user interface and indicates power, local and
network connection, temperature, system operation, security, and interface transmission/reception
status. The FIPS 140-2 Level 3 device is built on a tamper-evident extruded sheet metal enclosure and
offers a tamper-proof storage of the encryption keys and user passwords. Management interfaces
include an RJ-45 10/100 Ethernet port and an RS-232 serial connector. Duplex LC fiber-optic XFP
modules provide the Host and Network connections that can be tailored to the required reach up to a
distance of 80 Km.

   6.2. COMPETITIVE MATRIX AND KNOCK-OFFS
The points highlighted in Table 3 shall be used when comparing the Datacryptor SONET/SDH
OC-192 to SafeNet’s competing offering.


     Table 3. Comparative matrix showing Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 against SafeNet’s competition.

               Feature                            THALES                                  SafeNet
  Product Model                Datacryptor SONET/SDH                        SafeEnterprise SONET
  Target Market                Commercial & Government                      Commercial & Government
  Throughput                   10 Gbps                                      10 Gbps
  Key Management               Diffie-Hellman (with DSS authentication)     RSA
  Commercial Algorithms        AES 256-bit                                  AES 256-bit
  Independent Certifications     Designed to FIPS 140-2 Level 2               FIPS 140-2 Level 3
                                 Common Criteria EAL 3                        Common Criteria EAL 4
                                 (Pending evaluation)                       (In evaluation, only OC-3/12/48
                                                                            models have been certified)
  Physical Protection          Tamper evident                               Tamper resistant
  Management                   Element Manager (Included with unit)         SafeEnterprise (Sold separately)
  Secure Management
               Feature                            THALES                                  SafeNet
  SNMP                         v1, v3 available 1Q07                        v3
  Dual Power Options           Yes                                          Yes
  List Price                   € 98 K including management application      Approximately €130K + PLUS
                                                                            management application
  Main Strength                Local as well as remote secure management    Designed to higher FIPS and CC
                               application using Element Manager            levels
  Main Weakness                  Designed to lower FIPS and CC levels         Management system at extra cost
                                                                              Management based on SNMP




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    6.3. COMPATIBILITY
Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is compatible with the Thales’ Element Manager (EM)
application used to manage all Datacryptor SONET/SDH models.


7. PRICING AND ORDERING INFORMATION

    7.1. PART NUMBERS AND PRICING
The Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 comes complete with power supplies and a CD-ROM
containing the EM/Front Panel Viewer (FPV) software, algorithm, algorithm-loader software, and
electronic copy of the Installation/User/SNMP Manual. The algorithm loader program provides
customers the means to reload the algorithm in event of erasure during alarm conditions. All units
ship pre-loaded with the AES 256-bit algorithm and can be configured with Single Mode (SM)
short, intermediate, or long range XFP transmit/receive interfaces. The XPFs modules that enable
these combinations are sold separately in kits of two and are not included in the base unit price.
Additional power supply modules for sparing are also available for separate sale. The Thales’
Certificate Manager application that enables customers to create their own certificate authority
and generate and distribute X.509 certificates is also sold separately. A list of the Sales Order
Codes and corresponding pricing is included in Table 4.


                                Table 4. Part Numbers and Available Options.




 Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192

                                                                  List Price       Product
     Order code                     Description                                                Availability
                                                                                    Class
                                                                               €
  DCSS-LD7Sx-RR-W         Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192                   98,290      3a           Yes




 10Gbps LC optical XFP interface kits (contains two interface modules)
    DCSX-SMSR-1         Single mode, 10 km range, 1310 nm                 4,700      5a           Yes
                        (Finisar Part No. FTRX-1411M3)
    DCSX-SMIR-2         Single mode, 40 km range, 1550 nm                 7,695      5a           Yes

                        (Finisar Part No.     FTRX-1611-3)
                        Non-RoHS-compliant
                        (Finisar Part No.     FTLX-1611M3)
                        RoHS-compliant
    DCSX-SMLR-2         Single mode, 80 km range, 1550 nm                13,335      5a           Yes

                        (Finisar Part No. FTRX-1811-3)




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 Spare Power Supply Modules (single power supply)
                                                                         List Price           Product
         MPN                           Description                                                           Availability
                                                                                      €        Class

                       One single universal AC power supply
     DCSG-PSU-3                                                                    425            5a             Yes
                       (Zippy Part No. MIN2-6251P)
                       One single DC power supply (-48vDC)
     DCSG-PSU-4                                                                    425            5a             Yes
                       (Zippy Part No. DMIN2-6221F)




 Certificate Manager
     DC2K-CA-1         Certificate Authority software                              1,300          3              Yes




    7.2. PART NUMBER CONFIGURATION
Part numbers exhibit the customary Datacryptor family format with an extension to denote the
type of interface. An example of the part number format is shown below in Table 5.


                           Table 5. Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 Part Number Format.

             DCSS-            M    D      A   C                 U-                         RR -              W
    Model                      L
    Device                         D
    Algorithm                             7
    Cable Interface                           S
    Country Code (x)                                 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, 9, A, or B
    Range (RR)                                                                        SR, IR, or LR
    Laser Wavelength (W)                                                                                   1, or 2


The Range and Wavelength of the XFP interfaces is denoted as follow:

  SR-1 – Short range (10km) 1310nm laser
  IR-2 – Intermediate range (40km) 1550nm laser
  LR-2 – Long range (80km) 1550nm laser

Available options for the Datacryptor SONET/SDH (DCSS) are highlighted in yellow in the Table
6. The use of this table will allows one to build a part number based on the specific customer
needs.




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                                 Table 6. Part number configuration chart.
                               DATACRYPTOR PART NUMBER CONFIGURATOR
                                  Document No. 1382PI Issue 7; 15 Nov 2006
Part Number Format = "DC2K, DCAP, DCSS, DCSA, or DCGE-MDACU", where:
M=Model Code:
MODEL DESCRIPTION                                                          MODEL CODE
LINK                                                                       L
FRAME RELAY                                                                F
CHANNELIZED E1/T1                                                          C
IP                                                                         I
CRYPTO MANAGER                                                             M
SSPP (DCSA Only)                                                           S
D=Device Code:
UNIT DESCRIPTION                                                           DEVICE CODE
STANDARD SPEED                                                             X
HIGH SPEED IP                                                              H
HIGH SPEED T1                                                              T
HIGH SPEED E1                                                              E
HIGH SPEED E3                                                              J
HIGH SPEED T3                                                              K
VERY HIGH SPEED                                                            V
SONET/SDH OC-3c                                                            A
SONET/SDH OC-12c                                                           B
SONET/SDH OC-48c                                                           C
SONET/SDH OC-192c                                                          D
Gig Ethernet                                                               G
A=Algorithm Code:
ENCRYPTION ALGORITHM                                                       ALGORITHM CODE
EMBATTLE (UKG)                                                             2
3DES                                                                       3
GOST                                                                       4
3DES (UKG)                                                                 6
AES                                                                        7
NZ                                                                         8
CVF EMBATTLE (UKG)                                                         9
Omega                                                                      0
Dual 3DES/AES (Gigabit Only)                                               A
BATON (UKG)                                                                B
AES-128 & D/H (UKG)                                                        D
AES-128 & C/S (UKG)                                                        E
AES-256 & C/S (UKG)                                                        F
Masked algorithm                                                           X
C=Cable Code:
CABLE/INTERFACE DESCRIPTION                                                CABLE/INTERFACE CODE
RS-232 (V.24) Set                                                          R
V.35 Set                                                                   V
100BaseT/RJ45/RJ48C Straight Set                                           6
10BASET/RJ45 Crossover Set                                                 5
RS-530 Set                                                                 4
BNC COAX Set                                                               3
X.21 (V.11) Set                                                            2
10BaseT/RJ45/RJ48C Straight Set                                            1
No Host or Network Cable Included                                          0
SONET/SDH or Gig Ethernet (SFP/XFP Interface)                              S




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U=Country Code
POWER SUPPLY                                                                         COUNTRY CODE
US                                                                                   1
UK                                                                                   2
Continental European                                                                 3
Australia                                                                            4
Italy                                                                                5
Denmark                                                                              6
Switzerland                                                                          7
Israel                                                                               8
India                                                                                9
Japan                                                                                A
48VDC (DCAP, DCSS, DCGE, and DCSA Only)                                              B


O=Optional Code: (DC2K and DCAP Only - Can be Multiple Characters)*
OPTIONS                                                                             OPTIONAL CODE
 Nominal Tamper Protection                                                          S
 Black Case                                                                         B
 Red Case                                                                           R
 Algorithm Code Masking                                                             X
 DTSPO
 (Rel. 3.3, Code Version 1.10.11 w/ 3 meter Cable Set)                              D
 Must ship with 3.14 (UKG) code **                                                  2
 Must ship with 3.41 (UKG) code **                                                  3
 Must ship with 3.511 (UKG) code**                                                  4
m = Interface Module Mode Code: (DCGE Only)
                                                                                    INTERFACE MODULE MODE
 INTERFACE MODULE MODE                                                              CODE
 N/A (Copper Module)                                                                0
 Single Mode                                                                        SM
 Multi Mode                                                                         MM
RR=Interface Module Range Code: ( DCSS, DCGE Only)
 INTERFACE MODULE RANGE                                                             INTERFACE RANGE CODE
 Short Range                                                                        SR
 Intermediate Range                                                                 IR
 Long Range                                                                         LR
 Extended Range                                                                     ER
 Copper Module                                                                      CM
W=Interface Wavelength Code: ( DCSS, DCGE Only)
                                                                                    INTERFACE MODULE
 INTERFACE MODULE WAVELENGTH                                                        WAVELENGTH CODE
 850 nm                                                                              0
 1310 nm                                                                             1
 1550 nm                                                                             2
     * Multiple options may be specified (e.g. DC2K-IX202B2).
     ** Subject to availability of support; default is to ship with latest code.


    7.3. EXPORT AND LICENSING
The export policy is consistent with rest of Datacryptor product line and is under UK export
control. The Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is manufactured in the UK.

    7.4. PRODUCT AVAILABILITY
The Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is available for commercial sale as of the release of this
product announcement. Current lead time is 6 weeks from receipt of order and any required
export documentation .



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8. WARRANTY, SUPPORT, REPAIR, AND TRAINING OPTIONS


    8.1. EMEA AND ASIA PACIFIC REGIONS
Thales’ policy is to provide customers return-to-factory maintenance on all Datacryptor products.
The standard product warranty is one year, parts and labour on hardware, and 90 days on
software. Support/replacement agreements as well as support for pre-sales demonstrations and
customer training and installation options are available from the Thales account manager.
Support contracts and advance replacement agreements can be made available .
Return to factory repair of product out of warranty and/or not covered under the above service
plan options is € 29,500 per unit .



9. MARKETING TOOLS
A number of documents are available to help the marketing and sales process. A technical data
sheet, a list of frequently asked questions, and technical specifications on the XFP interface
modules and power options can be found in the Addenda.


10. PRODUCT SUPPORT CENTER


 Europe, Middle East, Africa
 Tel: +44 (0) 1844 202566
 Fax: +44 (0) 1844 208356
 e-mail: emea.support@thales-esecurity.com




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ADDENDUM A - GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS

AC    - Alternating Current
ADM - Add/Drop Multiplexer
AES   - Advanced Encryption Standard (Rijndael Algorithm)
APS   - Automatic Protection Switching
CC    - Common Criteria
CCEVS - Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme
CE    - European Commission Safety Standard Marking
CMVP - Cryptographic Module Validation Program
COTS - Commercial-Off-the-Shelf
DC    - Direct Current
DRS - Dedicated Ring Service
DSA   - Digital Signature Algorithm
DSS   - Digital Signature Standard
EAL   - Evaluation Assurance Level
EM    - Element Manager
EoS   - Ethernet over SONET
FCC   - Federal Communications Commission (US Government Entity)
FIPS - Federal Information Processing Standard (US Standard)
FPV   - Front Panel Viewer
ISO   - International Standards Organization
IP    - Internet Protocol
LTE   - Line Terminal Equipment
MPN - Marketing Part Number
MRI   - Magnetic Resonance Imaging
MTBF - Mean Time Between Failures
NEBS - Network Equipment Building System
NIST - National Institute of Standards and Technology
PMU - Product Marketing Update
PoS   - Packet over SONET
QoS   - Quality of Service
PRP   - Priority Replacement Plan
RU    - Rack Unit
SAN   - Storage Area Networks
SBU   - Sensitive But Unclassified
SDH   - Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
SHA   - Secure Hash Algorithm
SM    - Single Mode
SMC - Security Management Center
SNMP - Simple Network Management Protocol
SONET - Synchronous Optical Network
STE   - Switched Terminal Equipment



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STS   - Synchronous Transfer Signal
TAP   - Technical Assistance Program
UL    - Underwriters Laboratory
WAN   - Wide Area Network
XFP   - Small Form Factor Pluggable (10 Gbps interface module)




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ADDENDUM B - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Following are frequently asked questions concerning the technology, product’s features and
benefits, applications, and the competitive environment. Specific technical questions are also
included.
General questions and answers:
Q. Who are the typical customers for the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 product?
A. Government agencies, telecommunications providers including service providers, large bank
   and financial institutions with data center connectivity requirements, and companies that
   provide secure data storage and back up/disaster recovery services.


Q. What applications are these customers typically running that may require security?
A. Any point-to-point transfers of sensitive data including voice telephony, messaging, data
   networking, and video applications, as well as data back up and disaster recovery applications
   are prime candidate applications for the Datacryptor SONET/SDH.


Q. What are the distinguishing features of the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192?
A. The Datacryptor SONET/SDH offers line-speed full duplex encrypted throughput at 20 Gbps,
   interchangeable optical single mode interfaces for easy connection to existing SONET/SDH
   backbones, and dual AC and DC power options for unsurpassed reliability and easy
   deployment in a variety of environments. The device also offers AES 256-bit algorithm
   implementations, automatic key exchange, and a secure in-band and out-of-band
   management application at no additional charge.


Q. Who are Thales’ competitors with SONET/SDH OC-192 offerings?
A. The only competing product in the market at this time is SafeNet’s SafeEnterprise™ SONET
   OC-192 platform.


Q. Is Thales competitively priced?
A. When compared to competing products, which requires the purchase of separate
   management applications and, the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is competitively priced
   within the market.


Q. Is the Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 certified by third-party validation bodies?
A. The Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192 is designed to FIPS 140-2 Level 2 and Common
   Criteria EAL 3. The product is pending evaluation by an accredited laboratory for validation.


Technical questions and answers:
Q. What channelization is supported?
(For SONET, separate STS-1, multiple separate STS-1s in a single OCn either to the same or to
   different distant encryptors, concatenated payload, virtual concatenation, etc.)




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A. Thales’ SONET/SDH encryptors currently support concatenated payload in OC-3, OC-12, OC-
   48, and OC-192. Currently these do not support separate STS-1 or multiple separate STS-1s
   in a single encryptor. A subsequent release of the products will support non-concatenation
   down to the STS-3 (155 Mbps) and is in the development roadmap for mid-2007.


Q. Does the SONET/SDH OC-192 encryptor function as a STE (Switch Terminal Ending) or LTE
   (Line Terminal Ending)?
A. Thales SONET/SDH encryptors closely function like an STE. However, since the encryptors
   do not have any influence on the header byte, as they are completely transparent to the
   headers, they are technically neither an STE nor an LTE.


Q. What resources, channels, overhead bytes etc., are used by the encryptors for key/sync
   management, etc.?
A. SONET/SDH encryptors create a channel between themselves which is used for all
   management including key management that takes place between two units. The
   SONET/SHD encryptors utilize the J1 byte for default, but the Management Channel is user
   selectable from the F2, H4, F3, K3, N1 bytes. All other header information is left in the clear in
   path mode. Thales SONET encryptors support two Line Modes - Line Mode 1 and Line Mode
   2. In Line Mode 1; the encryptors leave A1, A2, J0 and B1 in the plain and encrypts
   everything else. In Line Mode 2; the encryptors leave the entire section overhead, H1, H2
   bytes/pointers, B2, K1 and K2 in plain mode, everything else will be encrypted.


Q. Can one utilize the SONET/SDH encryptors with Automatic Protection Switching (APS)
   network configuration? How does the encryptor support protection switching used either
   within a line-switched or path-switched protected ring, or on a drop from a protected ring?
A. On individual links between nodes on a bidirectional line or path-switched ring Thales’
   SONET/SDH encryptors will pass K1/K2 and all header bytes except for the one header byte
   selected for key exchanges. On a point-to-point SONET/SDH link using unidirectional APS
   with LTE(s) between the black sides of the encryptors (service and protect interfaces) Thales’
   SONET/SDH encryptors can work depending on the actual implementation of the APS
   equipment. Thales’ encryptors would work as long as the encryptors have a bidirectional
   connection to each other for key synchronization. On a point-to-point SONET/SDH link using
   unidirectional APS with STEs between the encryptors Thales’ SONET/SDH encryptors could
   work depending on the actual implementation of the APS equipment. Thales’ encryptors
   would work as long as the they have a bidirectional connection to each other for key
   synchronization.


Q. What kind of timing do the encryptors use or require? What timing scenarios does it support?
A. Thales’ SONET encryptors pass the user timing through the encrytors. The encryptor
   regenerates the user clock. There is no internal clocking in the SONET encryptors.


Q. How does the encryptor detect and maintain cryptosync/loss of cryptosync? What does it use
   to do a resync and change key (traffic channel, overhead)?
A. Thales utilizes self synchronizing on user data. User selectable periodic automatic key
   changes are performed. This is automatically done as long as the link between the two
   encryption devices is active.




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Q. What kind of security protocols are used to communicate between the encryptor, its key
   management, and its Element Manager? What are the security provisions for the key and the
   Element Managers?
A. The communications protocol used is a proprietary protocol called SafeTalk. Management
   traffic is encrypted utilizing the same algorithm used for traffic encryption (AES 256-bit). Unlike
   commercial SNMPv3 used by the competition, which employs only DES, Thales management
   traffic is encrypted with AES 256-bit. Thales also supports SNMPv1 traps and audit
   information though commercial SNMP monitors. Support for SNMPv3 monitoring will also be
   introduced in a subsequent release, which is in the product development roadmap for mid-
   2007. Thales does not utilize a live key manager, key material and keys are generated in a
   distributed fashion in each of the units. The Element Manager is a windows compatible
   platform and should be protected in accordance with physical security policies.


Q. Does Thales support -48VDC power? Does Thales support redundant power sources?
A. Thales SONET/SDH encryptors have dual power - each power supply works independent of
   each other. The SONET/SDH encryptors support DC or AC power options. Thales encryptors
   will be configured at order with redundant dual source AC or redundant dual source DC.




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ADDENDUM C - AVAILABLE XFP MODULES
The XFP interface modules tested by Thales and found to be fully compatible with Datacryptor
SONET/SDH OC-192 include those offered by Finisar and outlined below. The Finisar website
http://www.finisar.com/optics/otxfpmain.php provides detailed specification sheets for each of
these. Direct hyperlinks to these specification sheets are also provided below. Other
manufacturers such as Apac, Opto, and OCP also offer standard XFP modules.



FTRX-1411M3 (Non-RoHS) or FTLX-1411M3 (RoHS Compliant)
Multi-protocol 10 Gbps 10km XFP (FTRX-1411M3)
Multi-protocol RoHS Compliant 10 Gbps 10km XFP (FTLX1411M3)
Product Features
Up to 10.7 Gb/s bi-directional data links
Hot-pluggable XFP footprint
Maximum link length of 10 km
Un-cooled 1310 nm DFB laser
Duplex LC connector
Power dissipation <2.5W
Built-in digital diagnostic functions
Temp range -5°C to 70°C


FTRX-1611-3 (Non-RoHS) or FTLX1611M3 (RoHS-Compliant)
Multi-protocol 10Gbps 40km XFP (FTRX-1611-3)
Multi-protocol RoHS Compliant 10 Gbps 40km XFP (FTLX1611M3)
Product Features
Up to 10.7 Gb/s bi-directional data links
Hot-pluggable XFP footprint
Maximum link length of 40 km
Cooled 1550mm EML
Duplex LC connector
Power dissipation <3.5W
Built-in digital diagnostic functions
Temp range -5°C to 70°C


FTRX-1811-3 (Non-RoHS) or FTLX1811M3 (RoHS-Compliant)
Multi-protocol 10Gbps 80km XFP (FTRX-1811-3)
Multi-protocol RoHS Compliant 10 Gbps 80km XFP (FTLX1811M3)
Product Features
Up to 10.7 Gb/s bi-directional data links
Hot-pluggable XFP footprint
Maximum link length of 80 km
Cooled 1550 nm EML
Duplex LC connector
Power dissipation <3.5W
Built-in digital diagnostic functions
Temp range -5°C to 70°C




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ADDENDUM D - POWER SUPPLY
The following manufacturer specification sheets depict the redundant dual power supply modules
(AC and DC) used by Datacryptor SONET/SDH OC-192. Note that these AC and DC 2U units
have interchangeable modules, but they will not be interchangeable with the 1U units.

AC Power Supply




Part Number MIN2-MA00 (PSU Assembly) with Part Number MIN2-6251P (AC Modules)
http://www.zippy.com/P_PRODUCT_DETAIL.asp?pcpw_rfnbr=2&pcp_name=N%2b1%20Redund
ant&pp_rfnbr=1371&pp_code=MIN2-6251P&pcp_rfnbr=10&lv_rfnbr=2




DC Power Supply




Part Number DMIN2-MA00 (PSU Assembly) with Part Number DMIN2-6221F (DC Modules)
http://www.zippy.com/P_PRODUCT_DETAIL.asp?pcpw_rfnbr=2&pcp_name=N%2b1%20Redund
ant&pp_rfnbr=1372&pp_code=DMIN2-6221F&pcp_rfnbr=10&lv_rfnbr=2




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ADDENDUM E - COMPETING PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
http://www.safenet-inc.com/library/3/SafeEnterpriseOC192_SONETEncryptor.pdf




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