The compact Alcatel-Lucent 7515 Media Gateway (MG) builds a service-aware edge for voice, fax and data in user-centric broadband networks by providing any-to-any media switching and interworking for circuit and IP ports.
As a member of the Alcatel-Lucent 7500-series of multiservice MGs, it enables flexible rollout of PSTN migration and new IP services in both the metro transit and the local access layers of Alcatel-Lucent's IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) solutions as well as any multivendor next generation network.
The Alcatel-Lucent 7515 SIP Media Gateway turns the complexity of legacy interfaces into simple SIP signaling, and thereby enables a plug-and-play mode for integrating traditional private branch exchanges (PBXs) and PSTN connectivity into any SIP-centric environment for consumer and hosted business voice services.
HIGH ASSET PRODUCTIVITY
Delivers critical end-user services with high quality
Provides guaranteed non-stop services
LOWEST COSTOF OWNERSHIP
Seamless scalability ensures efficient capacity expansions in gradual steps
Multiservice platform generates economy-of-scale savings and safeguards investment while evolving to end-to-end full IP
SIP mode drives down costs of service innovation
Multiservice: Convergent platform capable of hosting VoIP trunking, access and session border applications concurrently. Integrates key IMS functions such as IMS media gateway (IMS-MGW), trunking media gateway (T-MGF), interconnection border gateway (I-BGF) for IP peering and signaling gateway (SGW)
Highest scalability: Enables flexible use of generic slots for pooled media resource and interface cards
Multivendor networking: Complies with the IMS profiles for signaling and control protocols (Megaco/H.248 and SIGTRAN)
Carrier grade: Provides toll-quality voice services with highest availability (100% hitless redundancy)
The Alcatel 7515 Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Media Gateway
(MG) enables a plugand-play mode for integrating traditional private branch
exchanges (PBXs) and the PSTN into any SIP-centric environment for consumer and
hosted business voice services. Because it provides simple and flexible
multimedia services control, SIP technology has been widely adopted throughout
the industry for rapid deployment of innovative wireline and mobile solutions.
By leveraging this technology, the Alcatel 7515 SIP MG enables service providers
to benefit in two ways:
> Increased revenues through service differentiation:
SIP speeds up service logic design cycles and allows operators to pick the
best control platform for their business model from a broad range of application
servers. The Alcatel 7515 SIP MG integrates seamlessly into various networks
thanks to the open standardsbased SIP interface.
> Lower costs through infrastructure convergence: SIP
fuels interface convergence across multimedia nodes, enabling deployment of
homogeneous platforms that focus solely on the delivery of user-centric
broadband services. The Alcatel 7515 SIP MG turns the complexity of legacy
interfaces into simple SIP signaling, and thereby plays a key role in
controlling infrastructure costs.
Formed from the merger of Alcatel and Lucent Technologies, Alcatel-Lucent combines two entities that share a common lineage that can be traced back to 1986, when Alcatel’s parent company, CGE (la Compagnie Générale d’Electricité), acquired... more