For maximum return on network upgrades, government and commercial organizations require solutions with the flexibility, scale, and operational efficiency to utilize new technology while keeping rising bandwidth costs under control. The Alcatel-Lucent 7750 Service Router (SR) is an industry-leading multiservice edge router designed for the concurrent delivery of advanced mobile services on a common IP edge platform, ensuring high performance, high availability routing with service-aware operations, administration, management, and provisioning to allow organizations to:
Multiservice Edge Routers: Exceptional Performance and Scale
The 7750 SR integrates the scalability, resiliency, and predictability of MPLS along with the bandwidth and economics of Ethernet and a broad selection of legacy interfaces to enable a converged network infrastructure for the delivery of next-generation services. The 7750 SR can be deployed for a wide range of functions including:
The 7750 SR supports platform capacities ranging from 40Gb/s to 2Tb/s, and has a processing structure adapted to provide high speed service, quality-of-service provisioning, and a wide range of protocols and interfaces such as Ethernet and multi-service.
7750 SR Platform Meets DoD Unified Capabilities Requirements
The Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR has been certified for the Department of Defense Unified Capabilities (UC) Approved Products List (APL). The Office of the Secretary of Defense Information Infrastructure (OSD-NII) has mandated that all DoD Program Managers purchase products from the UC APL. This is in accordance with DoD’s Networthiness of Information Technology interim guidance that defense organizations comply with security, interoperability, supportability, sustainability, and usability regulations, guidelines, and policies. The UC Interoperability and Information Assurance Certification was administered by the DoD Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC), which validated data analysis, conducted product testing, and certified the 7750 SR for conformance and interoperability to UC requirements.
Whether it is connectivity from any device anywhere, or the operational flexibility of cloud computing, federal agencies and enterprise customers want to benefit from the latest innovations in network and computing technology. Satisfying these needs means making changes at the IP services edge to reduce the operational complexity that slows service introduction and increases OPEX. It also means eliminating issues of scale and limited performance.