NOVEMBER 23, 2009 -- Nokia Siemens Networks says its new hiT 7065 enables telecom operators to migrate their existing transport networks to an IP-optimized transport architecture to cope with continuing data growth. The hiT 7065 offers a full range of connectivity options to meet traffic growth demands, while safeguarding existing investments, Nokia Siemens Networks says.
“The economics of pure IP networks cannot scale without a IP-optimized transport solution,” said Mikko Lavanti, head of Nokia Siemens Networks’ Next Generation Metro business line. “The new hiT 7065 optimizes existing infrastructure while enabling operators to increase sales with the addition of new data services such as IPTV, video on demand, or VPNs.”
High availability, fast service provisioning and customized services such as bandwidth on demand and multipoint-to-multipoint make hiT 7065 a future-proof investment for new packet-oriented applications and supporting existing circuit-based services, Nokia Siemens Networks asserts.
The company also touted additional features:
- a compact design, about the size of a “powerful file server”
- power consumption approximately 30 percent less power than comparable systems
- complements the higher-capacity hiT 7080, with which it shares the same interface cards
- use of TNMS management software
hiT 7065 facilitates the integration of “every interface type,” according to Nokia Siemens Networks -- including OTU interfaces, Fibre Channel and 1- and 10-Gigabit Ethernet for packet aggregation and SAN applications -- to support an operator’s existing services over a single network. It also has SDH interfaces as well as carrier-grade, redundant Ethernet features to ensure resilience.
Nokia Siemens Networks says the G.709-compliant hiT 7065 is most suited for metro and core aggregation deployment.
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