Dual 12.5Gbps optical data recorder

The uWRAP 25G is a compact system for recording and playback of up to two real-time 12.5 Gb/s datastreams with framed data capture. With 12 or 24 TB of data storage and two high speed optical interfaces, it provides a reduced size, weight, and power (SWaP) record / playback solution in a small, self-contained system.

Each optical blade has one SFP/+ to record and play back up to 10 GbE, STM64, or OTU2f, plus FPGA resources for framing, aligning, and descrambling datastreams. The SFP/+ also supports PCAP record-playback for 10 GbE.

The uWRAP 25G is powered by an AMD G-series processor (x/86 architecture) running Linux with 256 GB system storage with up to 8 GB DDR3 SDRAM.

System control is via multiple ethernet ports. Command and control operations are exposed via a RESTful interface for easy tool integration.

Applications include: network traffic analysis, network traffic generator, signals intelligence recorder, recording at the edge, and more.

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