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Adax is launching the HDCIII board, a high density SS7 controller for NGN convergence platforms offering up to eight trunks
February 12, 2007
BARCELONA -- Signaling provider, Adax, is launching the HDCIII board, a high density SS7 controller for NGN convergence platforms offering up to eight trunks and therefore increased connections per system. The board will help operators manage their expanding system requirements, driven by exponential growth in subscribers, making them more scalable whilst reducing costs.
The HDCIII boasts up to eight T1, E1 or J1 trunks, and offers a combination of up to 128 MTP2 Low Speed Links (LSLs) and eight High Speed Links (HSLs). PMC, AMC, PCI/X and PCIe versions of the board will be available, all using Adax’s common software driver and consistent API to enhance flexibility and scalability, reduce time to market for new services, maximise application portability and protect investment.
Robin Kent, Director of Operations at Adax Europe, comments: “It took 100 years to get the first billion telecom subscribers, but the continual high demand from developed and emerging markets, such as Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRICs), means that the next billion will appear in just ten years. Recognising that this huge growth is on the horizon, Adax is launching the HDCIII controller to support equipment manufacturers and operators with a robust, highly scalable, portable and reliable signaling infrastructure.”
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