Carrier Grade Reliability—All Gateways have been designed to provide mission critical services 24/7.
Standard Call Control Protocol—All gateways are managed by standard H.248 call control protocol.
Standard Trunk Interfaces—The trunk gateways provide a range of support including DS-1/E1, DS-3/E3, and OC3/STM-1.
Standard Trunk Protocols—ANSI/ETSI ISUP, ANSI/ETSI PRI, MF trunk variants
Standard Network Interfaces—Core network interfaces include interfaces include Gigabit Ethernet, OC-12/STM-4, OC-3/STM-1, down to DS-1 IMA.
Subscriber Services— POTS, DSL (ADSL2+, VDSL, SHDSL), Centrex, Coin, Ground Start and Meridian Sets. The MG 9000 also provides Emergency Stand Alone (ESA) for up to 50,000 subscriber lines.
Geographic Reach—Gateways can be located up to 1400 fiber miles from the Communication Server.
Multiservice support—With the MG 15000/7400, service providers have a single platform for delivery of all the types of services simultaneously, yielding operational simplicity and reducing cost of ownership.
Bandwidth Efficiency—The media gateways provide voice applications with IP and ATM for PSTN quality voice service.
Flexible Deployment Options—The media gateways can be located in the same site as the Communication Server or can be located remotely. Some Media Gateways can be located in the customer premise if required. The MG 9000 can also be deployed as a remote in an environmentally controlled unit.
Wide Range Of Line Side Services—The feature-rich Media Gateway 9000 supports a long list of broadband and narrowband services simultaneously, including key DMS-100 and DMS-500 line services. As an integrated access platform, this gateway integrates seamlessly into existing networks, supporting such subscriber-side interfaces and revenue generating services as:
High-density (32 ports per card) narrowband services such as POTS, Custom Calling, and Custom Local Area Signaling Services (CLASS) services
Traditional line types such as Nortel Networks Centrex, Coin, ground start, and Meridian Business Set
Structured/unstructured DS-1, fractional DS-1, and DS-1 grooming for Circuit Emulation Services, used for private leased lines over ATM networks
POTS + Digital Subscriber Line (xDSL) options, including ADSL (full-rate Discrete Multi-Tone) with no requirements for splitters or DSLAM equipment for an ever-changing future
BASG 7500/7600 Series Mini-DSLAM Series integrates with the Media Gateway 9000 to deliver unparalleled DSL that grow from 32 to 224 DSL ports