sentitO Networks Overview

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Oct 30, 2013 (3 years and 7 months ago)

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sentitO Networks
Overview


George Tam

Sales Director Asia Pacific

US (415) 845
-
7710

Asia 852
-
6750
-
7800

Rob Csontos

Director of Systems Engineering


(727) 939
-
8454

Agenda

Company Overview

Products Overview

Applications

sentitO Advantages

3


About sentitO Networks

Highlights


Founded: September 2000


Locations: Rockville, MD, Acton, MA


Management: Extensive VoIP, telecom,
and data experience


Employees: ~65


Financing: $61M USD

Focus


VoIP switching and service delivery for
the network edge


Incumbent, progressive, and emerging
facilities
-
based service providers

Connecting service providers to the power of IP

Products

5


SIP

SIP

GigE

The Open Network Xchange (ONX)

Carrier
-
class SIP/PSTN
intelligent services
gateway

Transport

T1/E1

ISDN PRI/SS7 IMT

IP/SIP

iVg

SIP Proxy + SS7 gateway

Signaling

Proxy7

SS7

SIP

Network
management
system

PreVision

SNMP, FTP

SNMP, XML

Applications

ONX Alliance

Since 2004, ONX has been the “glue” for seamless and synthesized
rollout of ten carrier
-
class VoIP networks and services.

6


Primary Advantages



Custom hardware


hardware
-
optimized bearer path,
wire
-
speed routing and 120 Gb IP backplane to ensure
voice quality, system reliability


Distributed SIP architecture


reduces time to revenue
by standardizing interoperability and service delivery


Rugged telco design


hot swappable modules, full
redundancy and alarm interfaces, temperature hardened,
NEBS certified


Cost
-
effective scalability


13,824 DS0s in a single 7’
rack with no performance degradation


Non Blocking

with CODECs


G.729ab, G.723.1,
G.711 and T.38 Fax.

7


Superior Architecture Delivers Superior Economics

Chassis

Power

Supply

Mgmt

Card

Switch

Fabric

+

+

+

Packet

Card

+

Line

Card

+

Commons

Packet

Line

IO Cards

Centralized processing creates cost, scaling issues

+

$

=

$$$

+

Packet

Line

IO Cards

=

Chassis

PSR

DGU

Other gateways

sentitO

Distributed processing creates low entry and linear scaling costs with consistent performance

8


IVG Modules


DGU
-
384

16 T1 interfaces


DGU
-
384

12 E1 interfaces


192/144 T1/E1 per chassis


576/432 T1/E1 (13,824 DS0)
per bay


All required DSPs on board

T1/E1 VOICE

DGU


PSR

2 port Gigabit Ethernet
interfaces


Full wire speed routing engine


Deep packet inspection, DoS
and rogue gateway protection

ROUTING

PSR

9


Superior Floorspace Economics

1 Chassis

1 DGU
-
384

1 PSR

384 DS0s

Power consumption: 150 Watts

1 Chassis

12 DGU
-
384s

2 PSRs

4608 DS0s

Power consumption: 800 Watts


3 Chassis

36 DGU
-
384s

6 PSRs

13,824 DS0s

Power consumption: 2400 Watts

Scales from low density to
high density cost
-

effectively

Power consumption below NEBS
and ETSI specifications

10


Proxy7

Next
-
Generation Signaling Gateway/Proxy for SIP Networks


SIP proxy with registrar and location
capabilities


Patent
-
pending SIP termination of SS7
signaling


SS7/C7 signaling gateway with broad
SS7/C7 application support


Fully fault
-
tolerant architecture


140 CPS

Supports SIP applications with routing support and
interconnection to SS7 networks and resources

11


PreVision

Network and Services Management


Comprehensive integration with IVG,
Proxy7, and third
-
party products


Sophisticated, telco grade and scale
solution for managing networks


Integrated CDR management system


Event
-
driven, as opposed to poll
-
based
architecture


High security

SNMPv3 based


Web clients

no need for special software
on local PCs

Robust, application
-
based management of VoIP elements and networks

Applications

Applications

IP
Network

PSTN

SS7

Subscribers

Proxy7

iVg

Transport / LD

Origination / Termination

VoBB

Pre
-
Paid Calling Card

Call Center

VoIP SMB

Remote

Gateways

iVg

Residential

Small /
Medium
Business

Level3

Call Center

If H.323 is needed Use an SBC

14


Conclusions


sentitO brings long
-
term value to networks
through


Advanced, all
-
IP design


Custom hardware


Supports Multiple Applications


Reduced operational costs


High scalability with no performance loss


SIP and XML
-
based interfaces don’t lock you
into a proprietary architecture


A radically simplified, service
-
centric
architecture

Thank You