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Die Technik der Netze Seminar Teil 9: Baukasten (2)


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Seminarprogramm
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Einfhrung Wir bauen ein Netz bersicht ber TK-Netze Mobilfunk Was steckt hinter meinem Hndi Internet Das Netz der Netze WiMAX auch ein mobiles Netz Geht das auch etwas allgemeiner, oder mssen wir jede Implementierung kennen? Netzarchitekuren Sicherheit im Netz Verfgbarkeit, Integritt, Vertraulichkeit Kontron - Baukasten Teil 1
Beispiel: VoIP Call Server; Media Server: Netzdesign, Systemdesign; ATCA Baukasten; mTCA Baukasten;

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Anwendungen; Anwendungsprofile; Musterkonfigurationen; Validierungstools; System Validation Kits fr ATCA und mTCA

(10) Die Zukunft der Netze

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Ein Blick zurck


Netzdesign und Systemdesign fr Call Server und Media Server
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Gymnastik: Fast-Food Restaurant


Eingang Selbstbedienung & Kasse Ausgang

Restaurant mit Platz fr 200 Gste

Mittlere Aufenthaltsdauer pro Gast: 15 Minuten Frage: Wie viele Gste pro Stunde (bzw. pro Minute) muss die Kasse bedienen knnen?

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Session Control and Media Processing


Video/Audio On demand

Media Server
announcements IVR conferences voice mail customised tunes streaming media trunking gateways

Life TV/ local TV

Media Server

PSTN
Trunking GW/ Signalling Gateway Call Server/ Gateway Controller

IP Network (Carrier) PLMN


Trunking GW

Call Server
control call sessions (SIP/H.323 call control) control Media Server & Gateways

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Controller Model
1 Mio Subscribers 1000 tps (80% load) 100 s per transaction Input buffer Output buffer Processor

30 Mbps 13 Gbps control messages, traffic

30 Mbps 13 Gbps control messages, traffic 500 MB (160 GB)

Cache

Data: Data base, File system, OS specific

Physical memory (volatile)

500 MB Disks (persistent) Load, 160 GB Store, (1600 GB) Paging

Call Processor (e.g. SIP Server): transaction profile (e.g. 30 kbit SIP messages per call transaction) Media Processor (e.g. Streaming Server/Proxy): traffic profile (e.g. 128 kbit/s of media streams of 100 seconds per transaction)
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Anwendungen
Musteranwendungen, Netzdesign

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Marktsegmente fr VoIP and Medien


Wireline

Media Server Capabilities


Enterprise IP Centrex VoIP Trunking Gateways

Conferences Announcements

Voice Mail and Voice Recording


Media Streaming IVR/Voice Portals/VXML ACD and Contact Server Unified Messaging Transcoding DTMF/FAX processing

IPTV
NGN Media Servers

Wireless

Wireless Enterprise WiMAX 2G/3G Media Servers Fixed-Mobile Convergence

SIP Control, MGCP/Megaco/H.323

IVR: Interactive Voice Response (Ansagemens mit Ziffertasten) VXML: Voice XML (Sprachfhrung und Spracherkennung per Web-Seite)

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Enterprise and Wireless Enterprise

PSTN

IP Network PBX Media Server

TA IP phones voice mail unified messaging conferences call center transcoder bypass PSTN to connect to other PBXs
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IP Centrex
Media Server
trunking gateway SIP control announcements conferences voice mail unified messaging transcoder

Media Server

PSTN

Call Server

IP Network (Centrex Operator)

PBX

Media GW
TA

IP Network

SME SOHO

SME

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NGN and VoIP Trunking


Media Server
trunking gateway SIP control conferences voice mail announcements streaming media

Media Server

PSTN
Trunking GW

IP Network (Carrier) PLMN


Trunking GW

Call Server

Trunking Gateway SIP control H.323 control MGCP/Megaco transcoding

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WiMAX
Content Server

Media Server Core Network (IP Network)

Call Server

AAA

Trunking GW

WiMAX RAN (IP Network) BS


Access Controller

PSTN/ PLMN

Internet

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2G/3G Media Servers


Media Server
SIP/Megaco ctrl. announcements IVR conferences transcoding Media Server Core Network (IP Network)
Call Server/ MSC Server

HLR

2G RAN
BSC SGSN

Trunking GW

BTS 3G RAN

PSTN/ PLMN
GGSN

Internet Node B
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IP-TV
Media Server
Media Streaming interactive voice support conferences IVR/VXML Media Server

On demand

Life TV/ local TV

Media Controller

RAN (3G/WiMAX)
BSC/AC

AAA

BS

DSLAM/NAS

triple play

Wireline Access Network (DSL/CaTV)

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Fixed-Mobile Convergence
Media Server
SIP/Megaco ctrl. announcements IVR conferences transcoding Lawful interception Media Server
Call Server/ Application Server/ MGCF IMS S-CSCF

AAA/HSS

RAN (2G/3G) BTS/Node B


BSC/RNC/ SGSN DSLAM/NAS

IMS P-CSCF

Visited Network

Wireline Access Network

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Systemdesign
Anwendungsprofile, Systemarchitektur, Musterkonfigurationen mit ATCA und mTCA
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How to design ATCA systems?

Each network element can be profiled in terms of


Subscribers Transactions Traffic Interfaces

Sample configurations correspond to the application profile

Same building blocks for the same functions Same patterns for the same profiles:

Bundles Sub-systems Pre-integrated systems

Chose system components from building blocks


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Application Profiles - Summary


Call Servers/Gateway Controllers/IMS-CSCF HLR/HSS Media Gateway/Trunking GW Media Server Signalling Gateway Radio Network Controller (RNC)
Line Termination (DSLAM) WiMAX Access Controller (WAC) Base Station (BTS, Node B) IP-PBX Media Server Military (Radar, image processing, communications) Medical Industrial
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Dimensionierung Einige Faustregeln


Subscribers: for orientation; Transactions: according to traditional design


PSTN: 10% of subscribers are simultanously active (0,1 Erlang); one transaction (call) takes about 100 seconds -> 1 mtps per subscriber PLMN: according to traffic models, the most significant transaction are location updates of typically 4 updates per busy hour -> 1 mtps per subscriber (with 1h = 4000 seconds) Signalling traffic (control plane): tps x subscribers x message lenght Data traffic (user plane): TDM interface x subscribers; for IP networks: service dependent or design guideline (e.g. 50 kbits/s per subscriber) DSP: 60 voice ports per DSP; 8 DSPs per AMC -> 500 voice ports per AMC subscriber profiles and associated service profiles and state information to be handled in physical memory follows number of subscribers with 1 - 10 kBytes per subscriber
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Traffic:

Data Base:

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Sample Profiles

HLR/HSS 10 Mio subscribers 10.000 tps 100 Mbits/s throughput 30 GBytes of subscriber profiles & state info Signaling Gateway 1 Mio subscribers 1000 tps (4 Mio BHCA), 30 Mbits/s control traffic (IP) 6 Mbits/s control traffic (SS7)

Media Server 50.000 subscribers 50 tps (200.000 BHCA) 13 Gbits/s of traffic Media/Trunking GW Transcoding and media processing 12.000 subscribers 12 tps (48.000 BHCA) 800 Mbits/s of traffic Radio Network Controller 5000 channels 50 tps (200.000 BHCA) 3 Mbits/s control traffic 320 Mbits/s user traffic
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Sample Profiles

Each System is either Transaction Profile or Traffic Profile Max Traffic for Transaction Profiles: 100 Mbits/s Traffic for traffic profiles: 300 Mbits/s to 13 Gbits/s (Media Server) Data bases <10 GBytes, except for HLR/HSS (30 GBytes) and Media Servers (Media Proxy, Media Storage > 1000 GBytes)
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HLR/HSS (w/o CS7 signaling)


Storage

Redundant DB Server

Storage Subsystem

Fabric (GbE)
1 2 3 4 Processor N

Fabric (GbE)
Switch

Network

Processor Subsystem

10 Mio subscribers 10.000 tps 100 Mbits/s throughput 30 GBytes of subscriber profiles & state info (in DB Server RAM and on HDD)

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Redundante Datenbanken
Data Base
Fragments F1 F2 F3 F4 F1 (F4) F2 (F1) F3 (F2) F4 (F3)

Data Base Nodes

N1

N2

N3

N4

Verteilte Datenbank

Allocate Nodes to Servers

Fragmente definieren (F1, F2, ) Fragmente den Data Base Nodes mit Spiegelfragmenten zuordnen (werden im Arbeitsspeicher synchronisiert) DB Nodes (logische) auf Data Base Server (physikalisch) verteilen M+1 Redundanz for DB Servers

F1

N1
F3

F2

N2
F4 (F3)

(F4)

(F1)

Data Base Servers

N3 (F2) Server 1

N4

Server 2

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Transaction profiles HSS

Storage & Processor Subsystems

Space for main controller (PrAMC & HDD)

HLR/HSS (ohne SS7 Signalisierung)

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HLR/HSS (w/o CS7 signaling)


MCH

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

MCH

Storage Subsystem

<Spare>

<Spare>

<Spare>

<Spare>

MCH

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

MCH

Processor Subsystem

10 Mio subscribers 10.000 tps 100 Mbits/s throughput 30 GBytes of subscriber profiles & state info (in DB Server RAM and on HDD)

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HLR/HSS - mTCA Profile

Implications on fabric and MCH


1 GbE as basic fabric is sufficient (max. 100 Mbps throughput) Dual star to 12 slots for each MCH (as in mTCA spec) 1GbE uplink on each MCH to interconnect each shelf 1 GbE uplink for Network interface on tier 1 MCH No need for PCIe or other fabric on MCH Special backplane design for storage subsystem

Point-to-point connections on backplane for SAS/SATA disks in redundant storage sub-system (storage and processor) Does not need to pass MCH

Basic MCH is sufficient

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Media Server N+1 Redundancy

50.000 subscribers (processing ports) 50 tps (200.000 BHCA) 13 Gbits/s of traffic storage capacity 1000 GB and more option: DSPs

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Media Server sample configuration

Uplinks
(10GbE)

ATCA configuration: 5 slot system Network I/F: 4x 10GbE on hub switches CPU power: 3 ATCA CPU boards with 2x SAS disks Spare capacity: 4 AMC slots on hub switches Options: DSP for signal processing Options: STM-1 or E1/T1 Interface AMCs for Signalling or Trunking GW

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Media Server N+1 Redundancy

MCH

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

MCH

Storage Subsystem

MCH

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

MCH

Processor Subsystem

50.000 subscribers (processing ports) 50 tps (200.000 BHCA) 13 Gbits/s of traffic storage capacity 1000 GB and more option: DSPs

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Media Server - mTCA Profile


Implications on fabric and MCH

2x 10 GbE uplink capacity for network interconnection (1x 10 GbE on each MCH of tier 1) 2x 10 GbE uplink capacity to interconnect both tiers (1x 10 GbE on each MCH tier 1 and tier 2) 1 GbE as basic fabric is NOT sufficient (total 13 Gbps throughput to be distributed to 8-10 processors)

Use 2x 1GbE on AMC ports 0 and 2 from both MCH Use extra GbE fabric in dual star to 12 slots, e.g. on AMC port 8 and port 9 ports 8-11 avoid conflicts with other fabrics on AMC ports 4-11 such as PCIe

No need for PCIe or other fabric on MCH Special backplane design for storage subsystem

Point-to-point connections for SAS/SATA disks in redundant storage subsystem (storage and processor) Does not need to pass MCH

Basic MCH plus GbE fabric for AMC ports 8-11


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Signaling Gateway
RAID RAID RAID
Call Processor & Main ctrl.

Call Processor Subsystem

Fabric (GbE)
Traffic Processor
1 2 3 4

Fabric (GbE)
I/O E1/T1 I/O E1/T1 Uplinks Switch

Traffic Processor Subsystem

TDM Network (SS7)

IP Network (NGN)

1 Mio subscribers 1000 tps (4 Mio BHCA), 30 Mbits/s control traffic (IP) 6 Mbits/s control traffic (SS7)
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Transaction Profiles Signalling Gateway

Signalling Gateway: transactions

1 Mio subscribers (controlled by Call Server/Gateway Controller) 1000 tps (4 Mio BHCA), 30 Mbits/s throughput of control traffic 6 Mbits/s of TDM control traffic (trunks with CS7)

Signalling Gateway
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Signaling Gateway

<Spare>

<Spare>

<Spare>

<Spare>

MCH

CPU

CPU

CPU

<Spare>

<Spare>

CPU

MCH

Call Processor Subsystem

Traffic Processor Subsystem

MCH

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

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E1

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Signaling Gateway - mTCA Profile

Implications on fabric and MCH


1 GbE uplink capacity for network uplink (NGN) on tier 1 MCHs 1 GbE uplink on each MCH to interconnect both tiers Uplink for TDM traffic (SS7) over E1 interface AMCs Dual star to 12 slots for each MCH sufficient (AMC ports 0 and 1 as in mTCA spec) No need for PCIe or other fabric on MCH (multi processor operation for traffic processors not feasible with PCIe) Special backplane design for storage subsystem

Point-to-point connections for SAS/SATA disks in redundant storage sub-system (storage and processor) Does not need to pass MCH

Basic MCH is sufficient

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Radio Network Controller


Call Processor & Main ctrl.

Call Processor Subsystem

Fabric (GbE)
Traffic Processor 1

Fabric (GbE)
I/O STM-1 I/O STM-1 I/O STM-1 Switch Uplinks

Traffic Processor Subsystem

TDM Network (2G/3G BS)

IP Network (SGSN)

5000 channels 50 tps (200.000 BHCA) 3 Mbits/s control traffic 320 Mbits/s user traffic Option: DSPs
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Traffic Profiles - RNC

Radio Network Controller (RNC) 50.000 subscribers (5000 channels)

3G base stations (Node B) 2G base stations (BTS) converted to 3G core net protocols

50 tps (200.000 BHCA) 3 Mbits/s throughput of control traffic 320 Mbits/s throughput of user traffic

Radio Network Controller

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Radio Network Controller


MCH
MCH

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

Call Processor Subsystem

<Spare>

<Spare>

<Spare>

STM-1

STM-1

STM-1

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

CPU

5000 channels 50 tps (200.000 BHCA) 3 Mbits/s control traffic 320 Mbits/s user traffic Option: DSPs
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CPU

MCH

MCH

Traffic Processor Subsystem

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Radio Network Controller - mTCA Profile

Implications on fabric and MCH


1 GbE uplink capacity for network uplink (SGSN) on tier 1 MCHs 1 GbE uplink on each MCH to interconnect both tiers Uplink for TDM traffic (2G/3G BS) over STM-1 interface AMCs Dual star to 12 slots for each MCH sufficient (AMC ports 0 and 1 as in mTCA spec) No need for PCIe or other fabric on MCH (multi processor operation for traffic processors not feasible with PCIe) Special backplane design for storage subsystem

Point-to-point connections for SAS/SATA disks in redundant storage sub-system (storage and processor) Does not need to pass MCH

Basic MCH is sufficient

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Media Gateway/Trunking Gateway


Media Processor (DSP) transcoding

Call Processor Subsystem

Call Processor & Main ctrl.

Media Processor Subsystem


Fabric (GbE)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Switch

Traffic Processor

Traffic Processor Subsystem

Fabric (GbE)
I/O STM-1 I/O STM-1 I/O STM-1 I/O STM-1 Uplinks

TDM Network (trunks)

IP Network (NGN)

Media Processing (e.g. VoIP to TDM) 12.000 subscribers 12 tps (48.000 BHCA) 800 Mbits/s of traffic
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Media Gateway/Trunking Gateway


Call Processor Subsystem Media Processor Subsystem

Traffic Processor Subsystem

Media Processing (e.g. VoIP to TDM) 12.000 subscribers 12 tps (48.000 BHCA) 800 Mbits/s of traffic
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Traffic Profiles Media Gateway

Media Gateway/Trunking GW: traffic

Transcoding and media processing using DSPs:


VoIP to TDM TDM to VoIP

12.000 subscribers 12 tps (48.000 BHCA) 800 Mbit/s of traffic DSP load: 12.000 data streams

Media Gateway/Trunking Gateway


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Media/Trunking Gateway - mTCA Profile


Implications on fabric and MCH

10 GbE uplink capacity for network uplink (NGN) on each tier 2 MCH 10 GbE uplink on each MCH to interconnect both tiers 10 GbE uplink on each tier 1 MCH to interconnect Call Processor Subsystem on upper shelf Uplink for TDM traffic (SS7) over STM-1 interface AMCs Dual star to 12 slots for each MCH sufficient (AMC ports 0 and 1 as in mTCA spec); No need for PCIe or other fabric on MCH (multi processor operation for traffic processors not feasible with PCIe) Special backplane design for storage subsystem

Point-to-point connections for SAS/SATA disks in redundant storage subsystem (storage and processor) Does not need to pass MCH

Basic MCH is sufficient

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Systems Validation
Typische Konfigurationen vorher testen erspart berraschungen
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Services supporting systems design

Professional Services:

Training & tutorials in ATCA systems and systems design Consulting in design & engineering of ATCA/mTCA systems Pre-integrated systems to develop customer specific designs Engineering support for customer projects Conformance, interoperability, performance and benchmarks

Systems Validation

Pre-integrated systems Customer designed systems 3rd party systems

Using of Kontron validation tools Validation of AMCs in ATCA and mTCA environments Validate configurations of customer projects Set-up OS&HA environment Remote diagnosis and repair

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Kontron R&D Lab

Systems under test

Load & conformance

Lab environment for validation and tests

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ATCA System Validation Kit


Starthilfe fr Kundenprojekte, fr den internen Gebrauch und Demos
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Media Server start-up configuration


KAVE terminal

switch

Internet
(e.g DSL& dynamic DNS)

Streaming client

Streaming Clients

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Applications

Start-up Configuration:

2x AT 8901 Hub with 2x AT 8020 CPU 2x SATA AMC each; Linux installed (Red Hat, CentOS) Quicktime Streaming Server (H.264, MPEG-4, 3GPP) or other free streaming server (t.b. defined)

Application Demo:

Systems Validation & Demo: KAVE tools installed Extensions:


HA platform (Linux HA cluster, ENEA, others to validate) RAID Options: SATA RAID & SAS RAID configuration DSP AMCs for media processing on carrier board (t.b. defined) 1x E1 AMC/STM-1 + 1x AMC CPU + 2x DSP AMC for TDM/VoIP (Trunking Gateway) on carrier board 1x E1 AMC/STM-1 + 1x CPU AMC for CS7 signalling (Signalling Gateway) on hub board
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Extension 1: HA Platform
System Architecture: HA Platform based on Linux OS virtualisation (DRDB, Keep Alive), copy of Kontron Web-Server with support of Kontron IT to demonstrate

storage
processor Switch (Hub)

synch state

Switch-over Fail-over

LAN

ENEA HA platform & GUI Others to validate

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Extension 2: RAID Options


RAID RAID

Option 1: SATA RAID 2 disks per CPU

RAID

RAID

synch state

synch state

Option 2: SAS RAID 2 disks partitions per CPU (2 ports on SAS disks)

LAN

LAN

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Extension 3: Legacy Interfaces


System Configuration: 2x AM 4002 CPU 2x Interphase E1/T1 AMC (iSpan 3639) and 2x Interphase STM-1/OC3 AMC (iSpan 3632) as option Linux & higher layer protocols on CPU AMC Applications: Trunking Gateway: VoIP to TDM and vice versa incl. Voice processing on DSPs Signalling Gateway: CS7 signalling

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Extension 4: DSP
System Configuration: 1x AT 8400 carrier board 1x AM4002 CPU 3x Surf Rider DSP CPU Linux installed
Application 1: Trunking Gateway VoIP to TDM conversion (DSP) DSP & CPU: RTP & call ctrl. E1/STM1 & CPU: Lower protocol layers & higher protocol layers To be validated with sample applications provided by partners (ready to run ) Application 2: Media Transcoding (t.b.d.)

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mTCA System Validation Kit


Gleicher Fahrplan wie ATCA, jedoch andere technische Basis
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IP-PBX start-up configuration

Spare

Spare

Spare

Spare

Spare

Spare

MCH

CPU

WLAN switch 2 SIP WiFi phones in Kontron WLAN

2 SIP hardphones

Internet e.g. SipGate, PBXnet


public SIP phones

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MCH

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Extension 1: HA Platform
Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare Spare

MCH

CPU

storage processor

synch state

Switch (MCH)

LAN

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CPU

System Architecture: HA Platform included based on OS virtualisation for Linux Option: ENEA Option: other implementations for the sake of comparison

MCH

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Extension 2: RAID Versions


MCH assumed to support meshed configuration to CPUs Spare Spare Spare Spare

MCH

CPU

CPU

MCH

RAID

RAID

Version 1: SATA RAID 2 disks per CPU

RAID

RAID

synch state

synch state

Version 2: SAS RAID 2 disks partitions per CPU (2 ports on SAS disks)

LAN
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Extension 3: Interfaces
8x E1 8x E1 I/O I/O

MCH

CPU

System Architecture: Line cards for POTS, ISDN phones PSTN PRI Extra I/O ports for mir SIP connectivity and IP based signalling protocols

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Das nchste Mal (Teil 10)


Die Zukunft der Netze Ein Blick zurck ffentliche und private TK-Netze Anwendungen in Netzen Organisation von Netzen Mikroprozessoren in Zukunft alle vernetzt Anwendungen aus der Industrie, Transport Medizintechnik

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Ende Teil 9

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