Hitachi AMN1220 GPON Fiber to the Premises System Recognized as Nortel Compatible Product.
Hitachi GPON See PON. platform completes interoperability testing with Nortel Communication Server 2000
ATLANTA -- Hitachi Telecom (USA), Inc. today announced that the company's AMN1220 GPON product has successfully completed laboratory interoperability testing with the Nortel Communication Server 2000 (CS 2000), a carrier grade softswitch that can scale up to 2,000,000 Busy Hour Call Attempts In telecommunications, Busy Hour Call Attempts (BHCA) is a teletraffic engineering measurement used to evaluate and plan capacity for telephone networks. BHCA is the number of telephone calls attempted at the busiest hour of the day (peak hour), and the higher the BHCA, the (BHCA (Busy Hour Call Attempts) The number of times a telephone call is attempted during the busiest hour of the day. See busy hour. ). The Nortel CS 2000 provides transport of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) traffic in Session Initiation Protocol (protocol) Session Initiation Protocol - (SIP) A very simple text-based application-layer control protocol. It creates, modifies, and terminates sessions with one or more participants. Such sessions include Internet telephony and multimedia conferences.
It is described in RFC 2543. (SIP) format.
The systems tested were the Hitachi AMN1220 GPON System Release 1.1, and the Nortel Communication Server 2000 Release SN09. Testing was conducted via the Nortel Media Gateway 15000 using H.248 protocol, Nortel Multimedia PC SIP Client, Media Gateway Control Protocol Integrated Access Device An IAD is a customer premises device that provides access to wide area networks and the Internet. Specifically, it aggregates multiple channels of information including voice and data across a single shared access link to a carrier or service provider PoP (Point of Presence). (MGCP IAD), and Centrex IP lines. Features and functions tested include Registration and Authentication, 3rd Party SIP Line Device (3PSL to 3PSL, 3PSL Recovery, 3PSL interworking (standard) interworking - Systems or components, possibly from different origins, working together to perform some task. Interworking depends crucially on standards to define the interfaces between the components. , codec negotiation, SDP (Session Description Protocol) An IETF protocol that defines a text-based message format for describing a multimedia session. Data such as version number, contact information, broadcast times and audio and video encoding types are included in the message. acceptance), calling features (CallerID, forward, hold, transfer, 3-way calling, conferencing, call waiting, and other advanced functions).
The Nortel Certificate of Compatibility for the Hitachi AMN1220 GPON system is available on Nortel's Developer Program website at the following location: http://www.nortel.com/prd/dpp/product/prodpages/certs/cert2028.html.
Hitachi's AMN1220 GPON system is currently deployed with multiple third party services platforms. Added to these deployments, the Nortel CS 2000 testing is part of an ongoing effort by Hitachi to provide the widest variety of services platform solutions for operators who implement Hitachi's GPON solution.
"The Fiber to the Premises Fiber to the premises (FTTP) is a form of fiber-optic communication delivery in which an optical fiber is run directly onto the customers' premises. This contrasts with other fiber-optic communication delivery strategies such as fiber to the node (FTTN), fiber to the curb system is the glue that joins services and applications in an operator's access network," said David Foote, Hitachi Telecom's chief technology officer. "Hitachi is committed to making it easy for operators to integrate our GPON solution with their existing infrastructure -- from large scale to small - as well as with new technologies as they adapt their networks for the future."
About Hitachi's Fiber to the Premises Products
Hitachi's FTTP platform is a family of products that provides ultra high bandwidth communication services to residential, business and institutional subscribers using a single optical fiber direct to the subscriber's premises. Hitachi's GPON products for North America are compliant with ITU-T See ITU.
ITU-T - International Telecommunications Union G.984 standards, providing further assurance that service providers will have maximum flexibility in implementing FTTP solutions as applications and capabilities develop in the future.
About Hitachi Telecom (USA), Inc.
Hitachi Telecom (USA), Inc., a subsidiary of Hitachi America, Ltd., develops, manufactures and markets telecommunications equipment for the North American market. The company offers ITU-compliant eItriple play' systems for Fiber-to-the-Premises applications, and ultra high-speed optical networking equipment such as DWDM and SONET systems. For more information on Hitachi Telecom (USA), Inc., visit http://www.hitachitelecom.com.
Hitachi America, Ltd., a subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., markets and manufactures a broad range of electronics and semiconductors, and provides industrial equipment and services throughout North America. For more information on Hitachi America, visit http://www.hitachi.us.
Hitachi, Ltd., (NYSE NYSE
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