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Telecommunication Networks

The service provider backbone networks have increased in bandwith which originates in the followings:

  • Spread of broadband connections (ADSL and Cable),

  • The mobile service providers move increasingly towards data communication (3G, HSDPA)

  • Internet content provides more bandwidth intensive applications than before (Video Sharing, IPTV, and peer to peer networking)

The Enterprise market also has a growing need for value added provider services, like MPLS based IP/VPN communication. The traditional VPN models and services should also be implemented in MPLS networks, therefore L2VPNs are becoming more important.

All these effects necessitate the development of the service provider backbone networks (more bandwidth, QoS functions, VPN, data-voice integration).

Relying on its experience of several years gained in the Telco/SP/ISP sphere, Synergon has been a partner of the largest service providers and mobile service providers as the most prepared domestic system integrator. The real value is expertise, by means of which we can help our partners from planning through implementation as far as operational counseling.

Companies with their own infrastructure lease out the already proliferated ADSL infrastructure to different Internet service providers, which are able to sell their own services to the customers by putting the diverse enhanced level IP services (e-mail, web server, VPN, voice, video) into the foreground or through their more effective operational processes. The expertise Synergon has accumulated during more than a decade and half long period, together with the application of the new technologies which Synergon is capable of acquiring due to the close cooperation with manufacturers, is of accentuated importance for these – quite often new - service providers.

The installation of the so-called ‘wireless hot spots' at airports, hotels and conference centres is also a considerable business potential for service providers. Cisco’s wireless products, together with properly designed radio parameters, are suitable for the development of both outdoor and indoor systems.

During the past ten years, one of the most significant developments in the field of backbone network technology was the MPLS. The applications based on this technology, such as the MPLS VPN or the ATOM, enable service providers to utilize their backbone network capacities more effectively and so they can offer services with better parameters for their customers.

The DWDM technology facilitates the transition of different wavelength laser beams in one optical fibre. The utilization of the currently existing optical network can be multiplied by means of this solution since 40-80 wavelengths can be transmitted through one optical fibre at a speed of 2.5 Gbps – 10 Gbps per channel. The current Synergon palette also covers the municipal and national level DWDM networks.

The CWDM technology is more cost effective multiplexing solition but has a limitation of 8 channels and maximum 4 Gbps per channel.

Synergon undertakes the entire process of design, planning and commissioning from the product definition, supported by means of return calculations. Moreover, we also undertake device and/or system level availability and operational support.

 

WHY SYNERGON?

Among the domestic system integrators, Synergon has the largest number of and most extensive references within the Telco and SP environment regarding implementation, operation and management.

Synergon has built and supports the largest ATM and MPLS backbone networks (T-Com, Invitel: Stratacom BPX, MGX), the largest ISP backbone network (NIIFI backbone network: GSR 12416, C76K).

Our largest Telecommunication clinets are Invitel Hungary Zrt. and Vodafone Hungary Zrt.

We also provide operational consultancy and availability for several ISPs.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who purchases a service provider network?

Mostly, telecommunication service providers or institutes which have extended, national level connections, operating as a kind of internal service provider.

What is the primary task of service provider networks?

To ensure a flexible and scalable basic network infrastructure, that serves the current and anticipated future requirements in a cost effective and reliable manner. The service provider supplies its diverse services, such as data transmission, Internet, voice transmission, etc. through the network.

What requirements are usually posited to service provider networks?

Future-proof design, scalability and good manageability are important features. The cost requirement of the devices to be placed at the user (CPE) is a highly important factor.

What type of applications run on a service provider network generally?

One group is business communication solutions including the traditional data transmission services (leased line, frame-relay, ATM, LAN-bridge, etc. services). The other group includes more modern IP based services: MPLS, VPN, Internet service, etc.

OUR MAIN REFERENCES

  • T-Com

  • T-Mobile

  • Miniszterelnöki Hivatal (MEH)

  • Nemzeti Infrastruktúra Fejlesztési Intézet (NIIFI)

  • Invitel Távközlési ZRt.

  • Vodafone Magyarország Zrt.

Abbreviations:

ADSL  - Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line

 ATM  - Asynchronous Transfer Mode

 AToM  - Any Transport over MPLS

 CPE  - Customer-premises equipment

 DWDM  - Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing

CWDM  - Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing

 EDGE  - Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution

 GPRS  - General Packet Radio Service

 GSR  - Gigabit Switch Router

HSPDA  - High-Speed Downlink Packet Access

 IP  - Internet Protocol

 ISP  - Internet Service Provider

 LAN  - Local Area Network

 MPLS  - Multi Protocol Label Switching

 QoS  - Quality of Service

 SP  - Service Provider

 VPN  - Virtual Private Network

 WAP  - Wireless Application Protocol

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