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Scientific Atlanta, a Cisco company, introduced its Universal Session and Resource Manager (USRM)
January 23, 2007
HOUSTON -- Scientific Atlanta, a Cisco company, today introduced its Universal Session and Resource Manager (USRM). As a component of the Cisco IP Next-Generation Network (IP NGN) Service Exchange Framework (SEF), USRM extends the video and data network control plane to help enable interactive triple- and quad-play services over cable networks.
USRM is a distributed services management platform that provides carrier-class signaling and resource management with always-on operation. It is highly modular and extensible with support for in-service/run-time addition of new protocols and applications. The architecture will help enable faster deployment of new services. Designed to operate at all levels of the network, it scales elegantly from managing individual service groups to managing the largest headends. The distributed architecture provides speed, scale and high availability by moving real-time, mission-critical functions to high-performance server clusters.
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