[VoiceOps] Recommendations for high-cps SS7 OC-X gear?
avorlando at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 22 15:27:41 EDT 2016
I would be concerned about the IP infringement lawsuit they lost to Genband. My experience hasn't been good with them when using other application servers.
Sent from my iPhone
> On Apr 22, 2016, at 12:47 PM, Brandon Buckner <brandon at kamikos.com> wrote:
> Just curious: Is there a reason to avoid Metaswitch?
> My main experience is in Metaswitch and Sonus, but in Metaswitch it was limited to the 2510 and 3510 gateways and the accompanying servers up to 7.4 software and none of the newer blade platforms. At the time I would have said that Metaswitch would have worked quite well for what is being asked, especially if wanting to split across many smaller gateways and geographically distributed. Is there something with the new hardware and/or software I don't know about quality-wise?
> Sonus killed off the GSX4000 which would have lent better to spreading around a bunch of smaller boxes. They still have the GSX9000 which goes up to single OC-3 cards (so you'd have to have a couple to split an OC-48 still), but their main push seems to be the SBC5210 and SBC7000 which are IP only, no TDM. But spread across gateways the call processing can easily do the 500 CPS.
>> On 4/21/2016 5:00 AM, Anthony Orlando via VoiceOps wrote:
>> Avoid Meta at all cost.
>> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Apr 20, 2016, at 10:35 PM, Paul Timmins <paul at timmins.net> wrote:
>>> You're going to handle 500CPS of legacy sonet based TDM and question dropping 7 figures on the solution? *cringes*
>>> This is literally what platforms like metaswitch, sonus and many others are made for. If you're looking for low cost, Taqua's solution is decent, and if you need to take that entire OC-48, you're all but eyeballs deep in Sonus or Metaswitch land.
>>>> On Apr 20, 2016, at 17:54, Brooks Bridges <bbridges at o1.com> wrote:
>>>> Looking for suggestions for NEBS compliant gear that can support SS7, handle OC-3 or higher levels of channels, and can support (in aggregate) up to around 500 cps through a *good* (key word) SIP interface. I’m willing to entertain the idea of a single larger device that can take a full OC-48 and support the full 500 cps, but I’d prefer spread the load across multiple devices and smaller interfaces for load balancing and redundancy.
>>>> Any pointers? Obviously there are products out there by the really big players, but I’d really rather not have to drop 7 figures on this project unless I have to.
>>>> Brooks Bridges | Sr. Voice Services Engineer
>>>> O1 Communications
>>>> 5190 Golden Foothill Pkwy
>>>> El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
>>>> office: 916.235.2097 | main: 888.444.1111, Option 2
>>>> email: bbridges at o1.com | web: www.o1.com
>>>> VoiceOps mailing list
>>>> VoiceOps at voiceops.org
>>> VoiceOps mailing list
>>> VoiceOps at voiceops.org
>> VoiceOps mailing list
>> VoiceOps at voiceops.org
> VoiceOps mailing list
> VoiceOps at voiceops.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the VoiceOps