Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Telefónica Moviles Chile Completes R4 3GPP Trial with Alcatel

Alcatel and Telefónica Moviles in Chile completed a field trial of a Mobile Core R4 3GPP and its associated data backbone.

The solution, which is based on the Alcatel 5020 Spatial Atrium, can seamlessly interconnect and interoperate with the existing GSM/CDMA/TDMA core networks, as well as with mobile radio access systems from other vendors. The mobile core R4 3GPP and its associated data backbone consists of 1 call server, 4 media gateways and 8 data nodes, distributed across Santiago de Chile, Valpara�so and Rancagua. Additionally, it would allow growth for corporate customers and, in the future, fixed-mobile convergence.

The Alcatel 5020 Spatial Atrium is a multistandard MSC Server that controls distributed Media Gateways and manages call/session control for voice and data services. It can simultaneously support multiple generations (2G, 2.5G, 3G) and technologies (GSM/CDMA/TDMA/UMTS) of mobile radio access.

Additionally, the data solution supplied for mobile access aggregation and backhaul, based on Alcatel 7670 RSP (Routing Switch Platform) and ESE (Edge Services Extender) products, guarantees connectivity of multiple transport technologies (ATM, E1, Frame Relay, TDM, Gigabit Ethernet, IP,...) and quality of service through IP/MPLS technology.


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