Flexible Provisioning of DSL and VoIP Services
IES-1000 is a pizza box IP-based multi-service access node (MSAN). It has two slots for various combinations of DSL and VoIP line modules to provide ADSL2+, G.SHDSL and VoIP services to residential and business customers. It terminates the ATM traffic of DSL connections and POTS voice signals to make them IP packets and route them through IP networks. With the highly compact design (1U heigh), AC and DC power input as well as simple installation, IES-1000 can be deployed at Telco and SMB environment to meet all kinds of market demands.
With G.SHDSL technology, the IES-1000 is applicable for lease line replacement. Using the TC-PAM modulation technique, IES-1000 is compatible with other existing transmission technologies, allowing service providers to deploy at locations where broadband services already exist.
IES-1000 supports the new-generation G.SHDSL.bis line module to provide transmission rate up to 4096kbps symmetrically in a single pair. It also comes with two 100Mbps Ethernet interfaces toward Ethernet aggregation network. One IES-1000 can accommodate two SAM1216-22 modules to support 32 SHDSL connections. In addition, the SAM1216-22 supports ITU G.991.2 m-pair bonding in a physical layer manner. The m-pair bonding can be 2 or 4 pairs and the aggregated payload rate is around 16Mbps
In addition to FAX and modem services, VoIP line module provides a parallel and distributed media gateway architecture to empower VoIP services by taking advantage of POTS voice signals,. With the architecture, the line module serves up to 24 POTS ports. As part of the benefit, there is no throughput bottleneck or single-point failure issue in this architecture, The media gateway provides G.711, G.723, G.726, G.729a/b and T.38 codecs while RFC3261 SIP network signaling protocols is supported
The entire IES-1000 system can be administrated remotely with the Windows-based NetAtlas Access EMS (Element Management System) based on the SNMP-manageable SNMPc platform. NetAtlas Access EMS provides powerful advanced remote management capabilities that help service providers minimize daily operational costs. Its loop-back design helps isolating network problems while the new firmware and IP Express configuration allow changes to be done remotely, eliminating the need for "truck rolls" in order to provision services to new customers or to reconfigure services for existing customers