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MACH7-SS7 Stack

MACH7-SS7 Stack provides the highest performance and scalable SS7 solution on the market. Built for maximum transactions per second on multiple links, MACH7-SS7 Stack will meet or exceed the most demanding requirements of telecommunications companies worldwide that require the revenue benefits of superior performance.

The MACH7 SS7 stack design supports a wide variety of SS7 standards, including those for ANSI, Telcordia, ITU, ETSI, TTC, NTT, and China as well as hybrid version of the protocol layers to meet solution requirements.

MACH7 Stack provides a complete SS7 stack solution, which includes protocols as well as network interface boards for PCI, PMC and AMC form factors.

MACH7 Stack protocol supports:

  • MTP
  • SCCP
  • ISUP
  • TCAP
  • TIA/EIA-41/IS-41, WIN

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The MACH7-SIGTRAN Stack implements the full power of SS7 Application Programming Interface's (API's) allowing unlimited user applications to seamlessly communicate between the legacy and NGN networks. It provides a client signaling stack in an IP-based Next Generation Network element (e.g. Softswitch) that enables it to communicate over IP network using SIGTRAN defined architecture.

With MACH7 SIGTRAN, customers are free to choose from several of the defined SIGTRAN protocol layers. Each layer has its own unique characteristics that make it applicable to a given situation.

teleSys' MACH7 SIGTRAN solution provides support for following layers:

  • SUA
  • M3UA
  • M2UA
  • M2PA
  • IUA

For each, the SS7 stack is substituted at one of its well-defined layers with a packet transport replacement. By moving up to higher layers higher in the stack, more of the legacy SS7 concepts can be eliminated and replaced with flexible packet and IP protocol routing capabilities. Because SIGTRAN is an industry standard, it allows customers to interoperate in a multi-vendor environment.

teleSys provides a turnkey system with a high availability configuration. MACH7-SIGTRAN Stack is scaleable and user configurable based on the ITU-T/ANSI standards. It includes the necessary APIs that allow users to easily add their own network service applications.

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MACH7-HA Platform

Based on requirements and availability needs teleSys provides SS7 Stack for both non-redundant (or simplex) and redundant (high-available) solution options.

The MACH7-HA is a high available signaling platform for network equipment providers, application developers, system integrators and service providers. The architecture incorporates teleSys's platform independent high-availability framework with distributed signaling algorithm, allowing processing of signaling traffic via all available signaling (like SS7 /SIGTRAN) interfaces connected to the platform.

High-Availability framework extends from base 1+1 architecture, with dual computing elements to multi-node environment up to 8 nodes in a high-available cluster. MACH7-HA synchronizes status and states of relevant elements across SS7/SIGTRAN Stacks on these computing elements within the cluster; software run as "All-Active" mode on provisioned computing elements.

MACH7-HA software facilitates customers to maximize benefits of SS7 and IP convergence. With a common Application development interface for both SS7 and SIGTRAN networks, it allows seamless migration of application across different network protocols including underlying operating environments.

Utilizing teleSys' distributed signaling technology, traffic is load-shared across available network connections and will be instantaneously re-routed in the event of an outage, and thus guarantees no Single Point of Failure with 5-nines (99.999%) reliability.

As stated earlier, this product can also be deployed in non-redundant simplex configuration.

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teleSys is the premier provider of advanced Telecommunications solutions for the next generation LTE Signaling Networks, providing open systems hardware and software.