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Building IP networks using Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture

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Building IP networks using Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture
The second generation of Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture (ATCA) based on PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG) specification has evolved to a live deployment phase. Products from world renowned telecom vendors in the Wireless (CDMA, GSM, and UMTS), IMS, Circuit core and Packet Core to build scalable carrier grade IP and converged networks are being deployed. These networks provide IP telecommunication, IP multimedia communication, scalable web collaboration, unified communication as well as triple and quadruple play services. This paper analyzes the emergence of ATCA compliant hardware and software platform from a global leader in telecommunication. The paper discusses the ease of building applications using the high speed interconnect technology, redundancy capability, multi-switching fabric usage, high availability carrier grade middleware and simplified network management for next generation networks. The CAPEX and OPEX benefits to service providers of using A...
Dharmaraja Rajan
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICNS
Authors Dharmaraja Rajan
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