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Multiservice Access and

Aggregation Platform
Total Access 5000
®
The evolution of the network.
Service providers are faced with optimizing protocol, are handled as Ethernet, creating a native
their existing network infrastructure to support service delivery model for advanced services without
advanced services, enabling not only voice and stranding existing legacy services. This allows the
simple broadband connections to the Internet, but Total Access 5000 to economically address multiple
more advanced services such as IPTV and Ethernet. network applications with traditional network inter-
Historically, wireline services have been delivered faces for TDM and ATM services as well as advanced
across disparate networks, each with its own capabilities like Ethernet Ring Protection Switching,
infrastructure and expense. However, the matura- Resilient Packet Ring, Gigabit Passive Optical
tion of industry standards related to IP is enabling Network (GPON), and VDSL2.
the convergence of these disparate networks across Environmentally hardened, the Total Access 5000
a unified network architecture. While enabling this is designed with the service provider in mind and
convergence can be difficult, it is clear that service is equally capable of deployment in central office,
providers must drive toward increased remote terminal or remote node locations. Instead
Total Access 5000 subscriber revenues through the delivery of of a traditional fixed backplane architecture, the
At-a-Glance enhanced broadband services while simultaneously Total Access 5000 provides a truly scalable architec-
■ Native Ethernet core driving operational cost out of the network. This ture that is designed to migrate with the network,
evolution requires a platform that has the capacity providing flexible copper and fiber termination
■ Ethernet, ATM, and TDM
network interfaces and scalability for these advanced services while options based on network applications. With the
providing a seamless migration path for existing
■ TDM and Voice over IP (VoIP) POTS
legacy services.
■ Fiber optic and copper transport
built for future, current, and ADTRAN® Total Access® 5000 is designed to
legacy services help service providers bridge the gap between the
■ Fully redundant, existing and the next-generation network. It is a
carrier-class design carrier-class multiservice access and aggregation
■ Digital and metallic test access platform that supports both legacy and emerging
■ Multiple network management
service interfaces over copper and fiber which can be
easily scaled to support even the most bandwidth-
capabilities
intensive applications. Unlike traditional ATM- and
■ Supported by ADTRAN
SONET-based platforms, which require enormous
Total Access EMS
overhead and expensive add-ons to deliver emerging
■ Industry-leading warranty The ADTRAN Total Access 5000
services, the Total Access 5000 is built around a pure
• Increases Revenue
Ethernet core. All incoming services, regardless of • Decreases Operational Cost
• Improves Efficiency

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ADTRAN Solutions for Broadband Access
ADTRAN is an established leader in broadband access. From our contributions in the development
of industry standards to our superior customer service and product quality, ADTRAN has always
delivered system solutions with flexibility and longevity. Whether it is consumer market Internet
access and HDTV or business-class Ethernet service delivery – there is an ADTRAN system to
support your network needs with the value you have come to expect.

simple change of a “I/O module,” equipment The Total Access 5000 IP/Ethernet core provides utilization of the physical transport infrastructure.
obsolescence can be avoided and network invest- carriers significant benefits related to network By enabling this convergence, the traditional bar-
ments protected with a platform physically capable convergence. All traffic between Total Access 5000 riers associated with multiservice platforms (like
of scaling to meet the network evolution, not only shelves is carried over Ethernet. As such, voice, data separate and dedicated bandwidth for POTS, video
today but also tomorrow. and video services all dynamically share bandwidth, and data) are eliminated, providing a more flexible
providing converged packet transport between and scalable transport architecture for existing and
Broadband Access
Total Access 5000 nodes and allowing greater advanced services.
The Total Access 5000 supports broadband service
delivery over both copper and fiber architectures.
As a copper access platform, the Total Access 5000 Remote Terminal
can be used for IP or ATM DSLAM applications as Total Access 5000
well as for Broadband Loop Carrier applications, Central Office
facilitating the delivery of both POTS and DSL from
Total Access 5000
central office, remote terminal and remote node
locations. Its cost effective Ethernet architecture 10G Ethernet Ring
allows service providers to deploy 100 percent voice
DS1
and broadband capable systems, helping to reduce
or eliminate operational expenses such as truckrolls Voice/Data GigE POTS & GPON
and circuit reprovisioning. In addition to copper Video DSL

access solutions, the Total Access 5000 also supports


fiber to the premises with a GPON 2.5 Gbps Optical POTS & GPON
DSL
Line Terminal (OLT) solution, including a full line of
Total Access Series Optical Network Terminals
(ONTs). With integrated Ethernet transport options,
supported network architectures include linear
chain, tree and star architectures over both copper
and fiber as well as protected Ethernet rings
over fiber.

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Increasing Customer Bandwidth

Fiber To The Premises (FTTP)


ADTRAN Total Access 5000 multiservice access
and aggregation platform enables multiplay service
delivery over an all Ethernet access platform capable
of delivering FSAN-compliant GPON. OLT modules
can be installed in any access slot in the
Total Access 5000 enabling FTTP service delivery. Multi-dwelling Unit
MDU ONT
Services are delivered over a single fiber up to 20km RF Return
from a central office or remote terminal, providing own
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2.4Gb of bandwidth over the PON. ADTRAN OLT is 1490 nm d o
completely ITU-T G.984 standards-compliant and Total Access 5000 u p
IPTV Head End 1310 nm
offers unprecedented bandwidth per subscriber. Splitter
HDTV
The Total Access Series ONTs work seamlessly SFU ONT
Softswitch
with ADTRAN Total Access 5000 Series multiservice (VoIP) N x GigE
n
access and aggregation platform. With its Ethernet IP Core 2.4G dow
1.2G u p
architecture, the Total Access 5000 allows carriers SBU ONT
N x T1
to increase bandwidth while offering differentiated
GigE Small/Medium
capabilities. Coupled with Total Access Series ONTs, Internet Business
Remote Terminal SFU ONT
this provides an end-to-end GPON deployment TDM Voice Switch
Total Access 5006 Splitter
strategy that is supported by a common (GR-303, TR-008)

management solution.
■ Voice support for GR-303, TR-008, MGCP, and SIP

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■ N x GigE and 10GigE uplink options available
■ Several solutions are available for business,
multi-dwelling, and residential needs
■ Deploy copper and fiber access solutions from
a single platform

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Service Aggregation allows service providers to optimize their existing
In addition to delivering a wide range of copper voice networks by providing flexible voice options.
and fiber access solutions, the Total Access 5000 also All voice traffic on the Total Access 5000 is packetized
provides flexible copper and fiber aggregation directly on the line cards, allowing service providers
solutions. Legacy network interfaces like DS1s to tie into existing TDM voice networks via an
can be aggregated by the Total Access 5000 and integrated packet voice gateway or tie into a
transported over redundant Ethernet uplinks using softswitch for VoIP-based POTS.
industry standard Pseudowire Emulation Edge-to- As providers look beyond wireline convergence
Edge (PWE3). This allows service providers to deploy and begin to move toward a next-generation network
advanced Ethernet-based platforms like the architecture, the Total Access 5000 will support a
Total Access 5000 for next-generation services native SIP interface. This allows carriers to deploy
without stranding the legacy services deployed the Total Access 5000 into their existing legacy voice
throughout their existing networks. infrastructure today with a seamless migration path
Additionally, the Total Access 5000 is ideally suited to a future VoIP core. This SIP interface capabil-
to support Gigabit Ethernet aggregation for Fiber to ity will be critical as carriers move to support an IP
the Node (FTTN) architectures from either central Multimedia Subsystems (IMS) network architecture.
office or remote terminal locations. As carriers work In addition, the Total Access 5000 plays host to the
to shorten copper loop lengths to deploy higher Total Access 1124P and Total Access 1124VP which
bandwidth services, innovative platforms like the are small form factor outside-plant DSLAMs that can
ADTRAN Total Access 1100 Series OSP DSLAMs be installed virtually anywhere, allowing the service
and Total Access 1200 Series Mini-DSLAMs will provider to shorten loops and increase broadband
enable that deep fiber push. The Total Access 5000 speeds and services. The Total Access 5000 provides
integrated broadband access and Gigabit Ethernet the gateway for the Total Access 1124P and
aggregation capabilities provide carriers with a single Total Access 1124VP to communicate with a
platform that enables both service delivery and TDM voice switch. The Total Access 1124P and
service aggregation, reducing both capital and Total Access 1124VP may also be configured to use
operational expense. native SIP and communicate directly to a softswitch.
Together, the Total Access 5000, Total Access 1124P
Migration of the Voice Network
and Total Access 1124VP provide the ability to cost-
Perhaps as important as the need to drive new
effectively migrate networks to next-generation
revenues through enhanced broadband services,
integrated broadband services, increase revenue,
carriers are also faced with having to optimize their
and decrease overall service cost.
networks to drive out cost. The Total Access 5000

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Legacy and Next-generation Aggregation

Multiservice Aggregation
There are many legacy services that will not
instantly disappear including TDM, PPP, Frame
Relay, and ATM; however, new services like GPON,
xDSL, and Ethernet must be provided. To address
Remote Terminal
this need, the Total Access 5000 provides the ability
Total Access 5000
to aggregate legacy services while providing next-
Central Office DS1
generation broadband services.
Total Access 5000
■ ATM interworking allows the service provider to
aggregate legacy DSLAMs and interwork the ATM traffic DS1 Ethernet DS1/HDSL
to Ethernet, saving costs and increasing efficiency Legacy
■ PWE3 or Psuedowire provides a method of transporting
GigE
TDM T1 service across Ethernet such that existing
GigE GigE
services will not have to be changed Voice/Data
■ GigE aggregation gives the service provider another Video GigE
GigE
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■ Aggregation of networked products like the
Total Access 1124P provides the ability to have an
integrated POTS and broadband solution that gets closer
to the customer to increase speed and service potential

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The integrated broadband access and Gigabit Ethernet aggregation capabilities
of the Total Access 5000 provide carriers with a single platform that enables
both service delivery and service aggregation, reducing both capital and
operational expense.

Extending the Life of Existing Legacy Business Service Migration to the edge of a network where they pull off PPP or
ATM DSL Networks The Total Access 5000 provides Legacy Business Multi-Link PPP T1s and provide them directly to
The Total Access 5000 has the ability to help Service Migration to increase the service provider’s business customers. TDM transport requires nailed
maximize the lifecycle of an existing carrier ATM Return on Investment (ROI) and add service flex- up bandwidth, whether it is being used or not,
DSLAM base by providing a simplified migration ibility when migrating from a TDM-based network which causes these transport networks to be ineffi-
path to a next-generation IP/Ethernet core to Ethernet-based networks. In a traditional TDM cient. In addition, TDM transport generally requires
infrastructure. In a traditional high-speed Internet network, service providers use TDM transport to get more capital than Ethernet networks. The
infrastructure, DSL services are provided via ATM- Total Access 5000 allows the service provider to
based DSLAMs. This traditional network architecture aggregate PPP, MLPPP, and Frame Relay services
transports subscriber traffic around the network via Router
at the edge and interwork this traffic to Ethernet
an ATM-switched infrastructure. One of the chal- to allow for efficient, cost-effective transport. In
lenges to migrating to a next-generation IP/Ethernet
Ethernet addition, Carrier Ethernet services can be delivered
core is the large embedded base of ATM DSLAMs that from the same Total Access 5000, enabling
Total Access 5000
GigE unrivaled flexibility.
terminate subscriber traffic in the existing network.
The Total Access 5000 allows the ubiquitous
migration of existing ATM DSL traffic (regardless of
vendor) via integrated ATM line modules. Incoming
traffic from ATM DSLAMs can be groomed at the vir- MX2820
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3-port Ch. DS3
Ethernet for delivery to the new IP/Ethernet core or
simply switched upstream as intact ATM cells. This
T1s PCs
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Ubiquitous Migration of ATM DSL to Ethernet

Evolving the ATM Network


ADTRAN Total Access 5000/5006 is the key to solving
the puzzle of ATM to Ethernet Migration for residential
services. Along with the ability to aggregate ATM DS3, Total Access 5000
OC-3, and T1 IMA in a pure ATM application, the
N x GigE DSL Growth
Total Access 5000 provides the ability to interwork
IP Carrier ISP
incoming ATM traffic from existing ATM DSLAMs and
Subscribers
switch it to an Ethernet network via N x GigE interfaces. Internet
DS3 ATM
■ Maximize product lifecycle of existing legacy ATM DSLAMs or ATM
3rd Party ISP ATM DSLAMs
u leverage already installed base Handoff ATM OC3 ATM ATM
u maximize return on investment
3rd Party ISP BPON OLTs
Subscribers
■ Provide ubiquitous migration strategy to
next-generation IP/Ethernet core
u same for all vendors — DSL or BPON
u low impact to existing network
■ Edge aggregation and interworking
u minimize impact on existing inter-office transport
u allow higher-speed service offerings

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Ethernet Business Service Delivery
Business customers face newer, higher speed solution for immediate migration of their existing
applications, increasing their need for more network infrastructure to support the delivery of
efficient and economical Ethernet services. symmetrical Ethernet services.
Historically, T1 circuits have been the solution for ITU-T G.998.2 and IEEE 802.3ah, known as
symmetrical business service delivery, carrying Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) defines a universal
everything from traditional TDM voice and Frame way to effectively bond together lower bandwidth
Relay to IP. In an ideal setting, carriers would run TDM circuits or dry copper loops (pairs of wires)
fiber to every business and greatly simplify Ethernet creating a Carrier Ethernet access connection. The
deployment. However, more than 85 percent of all ADTRAN Ethernet solution suite fully leverages these
businesses are served by copper alone — it will take standards as well as other unique carrier-class
time and money to change this. Total Access 5000 innovations to allow service providers to deliver
offers service providers a more cost-effective better services to more customers — sooner.
Carrier Ethernet is not just
about adding flexible
bandwidth — it is about Total Access 5000
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A Better Ethernet Access Strategy

Universal Ethernet
Service Delivery
Single Platform, Common OAM&P, Full Coverage Metro Ethernet
Network
The Total Access 5000/5006 Carrier Ethernet Access N x GigE

Platforms and the NetVanta 800/8000 family of


Total Access 5000 Total Access 5006
intelligent Network Termination Units (NTU) allow
service providers the ability to address a larger
market by utilizing existing copper business ser-

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vices infrastructure to deliver Carrier or Metro Total Access 3000 Remote Terminal Bonded e.SHDSL,
DDM+
Ethernet services. ADTRAN simplifies the delivery DSX-1/Ch. DS3 VDSL2, or GigE
ORB
of Ethernet service by providing the same customer Central Office NetVanta 800/8000 Series NTU
TDM
and operations look and feel regardless of whether
Bonded
Network Bonded
Bonded
Fiber, Copper or TDM is used to access the e.SHDSL or e.SHDSL
or VDSL2
DS1/DS3
HDSLx NetVanta 800 Series NTU 10/100/1000
customer premises. NetVanta 838 OSP

■ Increased addressable market for Ethernet services


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■ Assured service quality through the separation and
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Business Broadband
■ Reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by using a single
Small/Medium
centralized service delivery platform Business

■ Streamlined sales cycles, faster time to launch 3G/4G Mobile Backhaul


Small/Medium
new services Business

■ Simplified Ethernet installation and upgrade via


common maintenance and trouble-shooting processes

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This robust packet network architecture allows service providers to use the
Total Access 5000 to economically address both legacy and next-generation
services while providing a seamless migration path toward a converged
network architecture.

Summary
The multiservice architecture of the migration path toward a converged network
Total Access 5000 allows the deployment of an architecture. Its integrated packet capabilities and
advanced packet network infrastructure that is highly scalable architecture provide flexible aggrega-
capable of delivering a host of services including tion and transport options across multiple network
POTS, DSL, PON and Ethernet across a pure Ethernet topologies. As service providers undertake the
core. This robust packet network architecture allows network evolution required to deliver these next-
service providers to use the Total Access 5000 to generation services, the Total Access 5000 is one
economically address both legacy and next- component of an industry-leading family of access
generation services while providing a seamless and transport solutions that universally supports
multiple network topologies, reduces unwanted
operational complexity and maximizes network
efficiency. With the Total Access Element
Management System (EMS) providing a common
management application that supports these tech-
nologies and topologies ubiquitously, the Total
Access 5000 helps carriers increase revenue,
decrease operational cost and improve efficiency.

Total Access EMS


■ Fault,
configuration, accounting, performance,
and security management functions
ADTRAN Total Access 5000
■ Single
management platform for Cabinet Solutions Available
ADTRAN systems

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