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Tech Supply TELCO SYSTEMS Access600 HDI high-density multi-service integrated
access device (IAD), is a compact, scaleable, and cost-effective solution flexible
enough to fit anywhere in a service providers network. It provides RBOCs, CLECs,
ISPs, ILECs, and IXCs a seamless migration path from TDM-based services to IP
while using their existing legacy telephony infrastructure. This single-box solution
breaks down the barriers of voice or data-only, TDM or IP-only networks and opens
up new revenue streams.
HDIs approach to service delivery and transport is simple because
it is modular and scaleable, it need only be equipped with the service delivery
and uplink modules that are needed today. As bandwidth demands increase or new
services are required; a technician simply adds the appropriate service module.
Service modules can be mixed-and-matched within the same chassis to suit the applications,
new services, or increased bandwidth. Access600 HDI can be deployed as a TDM IAD
today and as networks migrate to VoIP, a fast and simple upgrade will transform
it to an IP-based IAD.
compact chassis, only 3 RU, can be wall or rack-mounted. It offers redundant power
supplies and can be configured with up to 6 hot-swappable service modules in the
compact chassis or up to 14 in the full-size chassis providing flexibility to
fit any LAN/WAN/PBX configuration.
HDIs VoIP and IP class of service functionality are SIP based. Its flexible
uplink options include T1/E1 and 10/100BaseT Ethernet (for direct connection to
an external broadband modem). Customer interfaces are 10/100BaseT to the LAN,
BRI, and FXS/FXO/E&M analog interfaces, and PRI/T1 PBX.
HDI provides various uplink encapsulations enabling high flexibility in the network
design and cost-effective use of the transport links available. Its various options
include Frame Relay over T1, PPP and MLP (multilink PPP) over 4 T1s thus combining
them into one logical data link.
* Carrier-class, hardened high-density IAD
* Provides migration path from
TDM to IP-based services
* Combined TDM and packetized voice with data traffic
onto T1/E1 or Ethernet reduces service delivery costs
* Leverages low-cost
leased access to enter new markets
* Superior VoIP quality, SIP-based VoIP
with IP class of service
* Flexible platform with a pay-as-you-grow approach
* Advanced Routing capabilities
* Up to 48 FXS/FXO ports
* PRI and RBS
T1 to provide VoIP connectivity to the existing PBX
* BRI to PRI conversion
* Hot-swappable service cards with various interfaces
* WAN side: T1/E1, Ethernet,
* Customer side: Ethernet, BRI PRI and RBS T1 for the PBX; FXS/FXO and
* Lifeline guarantees voice service in the event of a power outage
or network failure
* Remotely manageable and configurable with embedded web-based
* Compact 3 RU half-shelf saves real estate costs
* AC and DC power
* DMZ firewall port for T1 Frame Relay, PPP, or MLPPP WAN router
DCB-24 is a time-tested, reliable channel bank that provides cost-effective network
access to dedicated and switched T1 services.
Channel Banks-Family of fixed-port IADs
T1, fractional T1, 800/WATS, virtual network services and switched digital services
provide opportunities for costeffective voice, data and video transmission
in Foxboro, Massachusetts, Telco Systems is committed to leading the industry
in the development of transport, access, and packet products for carriers' COs,
Co-Los, and POPs, as well, enterprise solutions for FTTH, SOHO, hospitality, education,
and MTU/MDU. Integrating circuit- and packet-switched technologies onto flexible
platforms ensures cost-effective operation.