MANAGED VOICE AND DATA SERVICES FOR THE MID-MARKET
The ONE700 Multi-Service Access Router is the highest capacity integrated voice and data platform offered by OneAcess. Sharing a common feature set with the ONE270 and ONE150 Multi-Service Access Routers, it integrates legacy voice, IP voice and enterprise-class data services over Ethernet, fibre, DSL and ISDN access networks. With Dial Tone Continuity®, sophisticated IP Quality of Service and flexible IP VPN as standard, the ONE700 is a high performance, one box solution for unified voice and data services. Targeting mid-sized enterprises and large enterprise branch offices, it offers fixed line operators, mobile operators and ISPs a highly cost effective and customisable gateway to new managed service revenues.
The ONE700 is scaled to provide 50 to 300 desks with legacy or IP voice, sophisticated data services, embedded security and high availability. Software options including SBC Nano® and Integrated Business Communications® (IBC) add richness, assurance and simplicity to new service introductions. It is a perfect fit for operators targeting medium sized enterprises, or branch offices of large enterprises, with a portfolio of managed and value-added services up to and including hosted or cloud-based telephony.
VOICE SERVICE AGILITY
The One700 offers service providers the ultimate in voice service agility: supporting, adding value and managing every service combination on the migration from TDM voice, through IP voice, to hosted or cloud based services. For example, TDM voice can be encoded to H.323 or SIP standards; Integrated Business Communications (IBC) turns the ONE700 into a fully fledged IP PBX with embedded Unified Communications; and the unique SBC Nano capability provides trouble free signalling between the customers’ IP PBX and the provider’s network, or alternatively allows a broad range of SIP phones to connect directly and seamlessly to core networks.
Assuring the migration to managed and hosted voice services is Dial Tone Continuity. This sophisticated feature automatically leverages IBC, and concurrent routing over Ethernet, fibre, DSL and ISDN networks, to maintain high availability of telephony services in the event of primary network failures.
Traditional PBXs connect via 2 ISDN PRI interfaces for a full 60 voice channels. Up to 2 more PRIs can be specified – network side - for network service and number migration, or network failover. Provisioning is simple, and supported by an industry standard CLI.
ENTERPRISE-CLASS DATA SERVICES
IP PBXs, server rooms and local area networks are connected to each other and the wide area network via the built in 4 port Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) switch. The ONE700 can be optionally specified with WiFi, supporting 802.11b/g, with n as a future option.
The powerful ONE700 platform supports symmetrical, high speed Layer 3 switching at next generation broadband throughputs, with sophisticated QoS. In-built IP VPN capabilities enable the seamless networking of enterprise branch offices.
ACCESS NETWORK FLEXIBILITY AND MIGRATION
SHDSL (Ethernet First Mile - EFM), a fibre Ethernet and a copper Ethernet interface are combined on one device. The SHDSL interface supports ATM and EFM protocols at speeds of up to 22Mbps over bonded pairs. Fibre and copper Ethernet interfaces operate at a full 100Mbps. A VDSL/ADSL interface is optional, offering smooth migration from ADSL2+, to VDSL speeds of up to 100Mbps.
The Fast Ethernet (EFM) module offers 100Mbps over either copper or fibre interfaces. A second EFM module is a factory option.
REDUCING TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP
As well as opening the door to new revenue opportunities, the ONE700 helps achieve long term cost savings. As a service provider, the opportunity to replace multiple CPE with a single, flexible unit, means reduced capital costs and simpler logistics and operations.
In addition, a suite of provisioning tools makes roll out simpler, less prone to error and more cost effective. For instance, auto discovery options simplify initial set-ups. Tried and tested configurations can then be ‘cloned’ to new installations from the network operations centre (NOC). The industry standard CLI removes the need for technician training.
A set of embedded tools and service level indicators – for example, voice quality audit functions including jitter monitoring and mean opinion score (MOS) statistics - make it simple to manage and assure the customer experience remotely, virtually removing the need for maintenance truck rolls.