By leveraging bandwidth-efficient IP multicast and IGMP, and with advanced features including IP filtering, DHCP relay and Layer 4 IP flow metering, all iMAP solutions are optimized for video services delivery where QoS capability and security is critical. The MiniMAP access solution ensures that the total iMAP solution maintains modular network scalability in an operationally-efficient manner. The MiniMAP is designed for high bandwidth Fiber-To-The-Node (FTTN) applications that typically require the implementations of many small low-density nodes. With MiniMAP 9100s included in the solution you do not sacrifice features or subscriber-interface options and simultaneously in the network the iMAP 9400/9700 platforms can be used for higherdensity applications. iMAP access solutions are built around a faulttolerant switch core designed to operate with 99.999% network availability. Combined with Allied Telesis' Ethernet Protection Switched Rings (EPSR) transport technology, iMAP is designed to be a fundamental building block of any carrier-grade IP access or transport network. QoS schemes for iMAP access solutions are designed to ensure that application performance and availability are not impacted with network growth. Features such as IP DiffServ and IEEE 802.1p/Q enable tiered data services for both residential and business/enterprise users. iMAP access solutions are designed to be managed and provisioned remotely using Allied Telesis' AlliedView Network Management System (NMS), a comprehensive network management platform designed to increase network uptime and throughput while reducing operating expense. NMS provides a XML/SOAP Web services based Northbound Interface (NBI) for easy interfacing to other Operational Support Systems (OSS) and Business Support Systems (BSS) to further reduce operational expenditure.
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