Datasheet HMP Interface Boards Dialogic® HMP Interface Boards by Sangoma Half-Length, Standard-Height PCI Express Format The Dialogic® HMP Interface Boards (DNI Boards) that are available in half-length, standard-height PCI Express format provide a native PSTN interface to Dialogic® PowerMedia™ Host Media Processing (HMP) Software. These half-size DNI Boards can be used in place of full-size PCI Express format DNI Boards of equivalent density in applications using PowerMedia HMP without programming changes. DNI boards are compatible with the Dialogic® DSI SS7 Protocol Stacks, allowing combining HMP media on the host, with SS7 signaling on board. DNI Boards enable efficient VoIP gateway functionality to be built into PowerMedia HMP telephony applications. They also break the traditional DSP-based media span paradigm by providing a digital network interface ready for use with virtually any configuration of host-based media resources, which complement the base gateway capability. Products Discussed in This Datasheet PCI Express Half Length, Standard Height Boards • Dialogic® DNI2410TEPE2HMP Digital Network Interface Board • Dialogic® DNI1210TEPE2HMP Digital Network Interface Board • Dialogic® DNI610TEPE2HMP Digital Network Interface Board • Dialogic® DNI310TEPE2HMP Digital Network Interface Board PowerMedia HMP • Dialogic® PowerMedia™ Host Media Processing Software Features Benefits Interface to PowerMedia HMP Allows host-based video, voice, speech, conference, fax, and IP transcoding to be accessible from the PSTN interface; can be configured in a wide range of densities, scalable in individual port increments Eight, four, two or one digital network interface(s) Provides four different densities to support a cost-effective range of solutions Software-selectable trunks configure DNI Boards for either T1 or E1 Reduces the total cost of ownership by increasing flexibility, reducing inventory, and simplifying the purchasing process and test effort Half length, standard height PCI Express form factor Permits the use of lower-cost rack-mount servers designed for small footprint peripherals Support for a wide range of PSTN protocols including SS7, ISDN and CAS signaling Allows a choice of PSTN protocols. Allows combined HMP media and signaling, including SS7 in conjunction with the Dialogic® DSI SS7 Protocol Stack Dialogic® Global Call Software Provides a consistent programming interface for call control utilized by boards with Dialogic® DM3 architecture and by PowerMedia HMP Host streaming interface Enables a low-latency, 256-duplex channel interface to host-based media and IP networks Dialogic® HMP Interface Boards by Sangoma Datasheet HMP Interface Boards Half-Length, Standard-Height PCI Express Format Applications • IVR and voice portal • Switching and call completion • Enhanced media gateway • Audio conferencing server • Prepaid/debit card • Converged contact center • Messaging • 3G-324M video gateway • Converged IP-PBX • Enhanced services Traditional media span products require onboard DSPs to provide media and audio transcoding resources, creating fixed costs and often fixed or limited configurations of media to complement the network interface density. DNI Boards enable the flexibility of host-based media resources (scalable and licensed in single-unit increments) and allow those resources to be used with a network interface, providing developers and system integrators with a high level of configuration flexibility and cost efficiency. Architectural Flexibility With PowerMedia HMP, DNI Boards give application providers the ability to support a range of architectural designs. Traditional TDM, converged TDM and IP, or pure IP solutions can be deployed with the flexibility to connect to virtually any network type deployed in an enterprise or service provider environment. This flexibility can translate into a solution that is ready for IP connectivity initially or a cost-efficient migration later. It is expected that legacy voice networks will remain a hybrid of TDM and VoIP infrastructure for many years to come, both in enterprise and service provider environments. Solutions developed on PowerMedia HMP and DNI Boards supply a cost-effective way to deliver an architecture that connects to the legacy TDM infrastructure immediately, with a path that provides a software upgrade to VoIP networks as needed. Since media and voice transcoders are delivered via software, field upgrades to VoIP and media expansions can be added to the platform remotely. Based on the widely deployed DM3 architecture, tailored for host media processing, and controlled via the Dialogic® Global Call API, DNI Boards provide a smooth migration path for existing applications written to Dialogic® System Release Software. Applications utilizing PowerMedia HMP and the Global Call API can easily migrate to a current PowerMedia HMP release, and add native support for the T1/E1 interfaces via the same API. Application-Specific Boards DNI Boards are suited for applications requiring IP media gateway functionality since they provide a cost-effective digital network interface to the PSTN, and a streaming interface to host-based resources and IP media streams via a host-based Ethernet NIC. DNI Boards also provide a suitable platform for developing pure IP media gateway white-box solutions, with the competitive benefit of adding HMP media resources and media applications on top of gateway functionality for an enhanced media gateway solution. Converged contact centers and IP PBXs can take advantage of the core gateway enablement of DNI Boards to connect legacy PSTN endpoints with IP-based agents and IP hard and soft stations. Switching, messaging, IVR, ACD, conferencing, and speech applications can all be supported along with the core gateway functionality available with PowerMedia HMP and related DNI Boards. The cost-efficient combination of DNI Boards and PowerMedia HMP creates a compelling and competitive platform for these applications. Media servers required to support IVR and messaging applications can be deployed on DNI Boards with the benefit of host-based IP connectivity as part of a converged solution, or as a software upgrade for a system that is initially deployed in a pure TDM environment. Large centralized systems can be deployed and connected to a legacy PBX or the PSTN network via T1/E1 connections, while tying in remote facilities with VoIP access to the media server over a data WAN. 2 Datasheet Dialogic® HMP Interface Boards by Sangoma HMP Interface Boards Half-Length, Standard-Height PCI Express Format Configuration Examples Media Gateway Architecture DNI Boards and PowerMedia HMP support the development of cost-effective VoIP media gateway applications residing in a white box server. The ability to scale IP transcoding resources, and to add media resources such as voice, speech, and conferencing, creates a flexible environment for developing enhanced gateway applications between TDM and IP networks. White Box Gateway Gateway Application Third-Party SIP Stack (optional) Global Call APIs ISDN/SS7/CAS Stack H.323 Stack PSTN CC SS7, PSTN or TDM PBX SIP Stack R4 APIs IPML HMP Media HMP RTP Host NIC PowerMedia™ HMP Software IP Network Digital Network Interface Figure 1. Media Gateway Architecture Converged IP Contact Center Architecture DNI Boards and PowerMedia HMP can also combine to provide a platform for converged IP contact center applications. Connected to the PSTN network or PBX via T1/E1 network interfaces and supporting IP agent positions with soft or hard IP station positions, the platform delivers the media components for building IVR, ACD, predictive dialing, messaging, speech, and conferencing on top of a base switching application. Converged Server Contact Center Application(s) Third-Party SIP Stack (optional) Global Call APIs ISDN/SS7/CAS Stack SS7, PSTN or TDM PBX PSTN CC H.323 Stack SIP Stack R4 APIs IPML HMP Media HMP RTP PowerMedia™ HMP Software IP Agents Analog Stations Host NIC FXS Gateway Digital Network Interface Figure 2. Converged IP Contact Center Architecture 3 Datasheet Dialogic® HMP Interface Boards by Sangoma HMP Interface Boards Half-Length, Standard-Height PCI Express Format Converged Media Server Architecture DNI Boards and PowerMedia HMP combine to provide a converged media server platform for deploying applications, such as messaging, with both PSTN and IP access. Converged media servers can provide a central and efficient messaging server in existing TDM voice infrastructures by servicing remote locations via an IP network and media gateway. Converged Media Server Messaging Application Remote Sites Third-Party SIP Stack (optional) Media Gateway Global Call APIs ISDN/SS7/CAS Stack PSTN CC SS7, PSTN or TDM PBX H.323 Stack SIP Stack R4 APIs IPML HMP Media HMP RTP PowerMedia™ HMP Software IP Network Host NIC Digital Network Interface Figure 3. Converged Media Server Architecture 3G-324M Video Figure 4 provides a view of a 3G-324M implementation using DNI Boards and PowerMedia HMP for Linux. This configuration example supports media as well as SIP call control and can be implemented with Dialogic® DSI Protocol Stacks and Dialogic® DSI SS7 Boards. PowerMedia HMP for Linux runs on a video telephony server, providing play, record, playback, and synchronization used to display video on 3G wireless, IP soft clients, and IP videophones. Mobile Network (UMTS) Mobile Network (UMTS) SIP Network R99 R99 MSC 3G Phone 3G Phone MSC/SGSN/GGSN SIP Soft Phone SIP Desk Phone PC - Email Client SIP/RTP 2.5G Phone 3G-324M over IP 2.5G Phone ISDN PRI SS7 SIP/RTP IP PSTN SS7 Broadband Users 3G-324M SS7 ISUP HMP Interface* 3G-324M over IP SIP/RTP HMP Interface* PPowerMedia HMP† † Service Provider Network Dialogic® HMP Video Server with Combined SS7 and Media Figure 4. 3G-324M Video with Dialogic® PowerMedia™ HMP for Linux (HMP Linux) 4 SIP Proxy Server Dialogic® PowerMedia™ HMP for Linux (HMP Linux) * Dialogic® HMP Interface Board (DNI Board) Dialogic® HMP Interface Boards by Sangoma Datasheet HMP Interface Boards Half-Length, Standard-Height PCI Express Format Software Support DNI2410TEPE2HMP, DNI1210TEPE2HMP, DNI610TEPE2HMP and DNI310TEPE2HMP models currently support PowerMedia HMP for Linux and PowerMedia HMP for Windows. PowerMedia HMP performs media processing tasks on general-purpose servers without using specialized hardware, and provides media services for building flexible, scalable, and cost-effective IP media servers. DNI Boards and PowerMedia HMP can be combined to provide a cost-effective platform for converged TDM-IP applications. PowerMedia HMP is a communications building-block technology. When installed on a system, the customer’s application “sees” a Dialogic® board with DM3 architecture, but all media processing occurs on the host processor. To help customers accelerate their time-to-market and migrate existing applications to IP, PowerMedia HMP also supports two direct APIs: Dialogic® R4 API for media processing and Global Call API for call control. PowerMedia HMP includes digital network PSTN protocols such as ISDN and CAS, equivalent to those found in Dialogic® System Release Software. The protocols are available for download to the DNI Boards during installation and configuration. DNI Boards can also be used in conjunction with Dialogic® DSI SS7 Protocol Stacks to support SS7 signaling, either in conjunction with Dialogic® Global Call Software or using the direct DSI message-based interface. Combined media and signaling operation on the same board is currently supported by PowerMedia HMP for Linux and PowerMedia HMP for Windows. Dialogic® Global Call Software DNI Boards support Global Call Software, which is a unified call control programming interface and protocol engine that makes it easier to provide worldwide application portability and which can shorten development time by allowing the same API to be used for almost any network protocol. Global Call Software provides a common signaling interface for network-enabled applications, regardless of the signaling protocol needed to connect to the local telephone network. Global Call Software is the API for unified call control for boards with DM3 architecture and Dialogic® JCT architecture (also called Dialogic® Springware architecture). The signaling interface provided by Global Call Software facilitates the exchange of call control messages between the telephone network and virtually any network-enabled application. Global Call Software lets developers create an application that can work with signaling systems worldwide, regardless of the network to which they are connected. Global Call Software is field-proven for high-density, network-enabled solutions for voice and data where the supported hardware and signaling technology can vary widely. Rather than requiring the application to handle the low-level details, Global Call Software offers a consistent, high-level interface to the user, handling each country’s unique protocol requirements in a way that is transparent to the application, thereby simplifying and expanding global opportunities. Functional Description DNI Boards are based on DM3 architecture (mediastream). The architecture consists of a set of core specifications and firmware modules that are implemented on boards with various processors and interfaces, including: • TDM bus interface (Dialogic® SyncRoute Bus) for clock synchronization with other DNI boards • One, two, four, or eight software-selectable digital telephony network interface(s) • Four mixed T1/E1 interfaces (DNI2410TEPE2HMP model only) • PCI Express bus interface 5 Dialogic® HMP Interface Boards by Sangoma Datasheet HMP Interface Boards Half-Length, Standard-Height PCI Express Format Downloadable Firmware The hardware for DNI Boards consists of a baseboard with a microprocessor and four or eight DS-1 digital network interfaces. Telephony signaling protocols are downloaded as firmware to the boards on startup. This downloadable firmware approach enables easy feature upgrade and expansion. Individual firmware components, such as a network interface protocol, are referred to as resources. Echo Cancellation for Boards DNI2410TEPE2HMP, DNI1210TEPE2HMP, DNI610TEPE2HMP and DNI310TEPE2HMP models include an ASIC on the baseboard that supports onboard G.168 echo cancellation up to 128 ms tail length. This feature can be enabled or disabled via an API. Network Interface DNI Boards have software-selectable trunks that can enable them to be configured as T1 or E1 to increase flexibility, simplify the purchasing process and test effort, and help reduce inventory and the total cost of ownership. The DNI2410TEPE2HMP model can have four mixed T1 and E1 interfaces. DNI2410TEPE2HMP, DNI1210TEPE2HMP, DNI610TEPE2HMP, and DNI310TEPE2HMP models support CEPT Channel Associated Signaling (CAS), Signaling System Number 7 (SS7), and ISDN PRI access for both T1 and E1 networks. • Configured as a T1 — DNI2410TEPE2HMP, DNI1210TEPE2HMP, DNI610TEPE2HMP and DNI310TEPE2HMP models support T1 robbed-bit signaling protocols and are compatible with interface devices that use, or can be set to use, 1.544 MHz clocking and µ-law pulse code modulation (PCM). In addition, configured as a T1, the models also support the clear channel feature, thus providing up to 192 bearer channels when used in this mode; clear channel is normally used in conjunction with the SS7 DSI protocol stack. T1 protocol implementations comply with the North American standard ISDN PRI and the INS-1500 standard used in Japan. In North America and Japan, the ISDN Primary Rate includes 23 voice/data channels (B channels) and one signaling channel (D channel). • Configured as an E1 — DNI2410TEPE2HMP, DNI1210TEPE2HMP, DNI610TEPE2HMP and DNI310TEPE2HMP models support CEPT Channel Associated Signaling (CAS) protocols and are compatible with interface devices that use, or can be set to use, 2.048 MHz clocking and A-law PCM. In addition, configured as an E1, these models also support the clear channel feature, thus providing up to 248 bearer channels when used in this mode; clear channel is normally used in conjunction with the SS7 DSI protocol stack. E1 protocol implementations comply with the E1 ISDN PRI protocols. The E1 ISDN Primary Rate includes 30 voice/data channels (B channels) and two additional channels: one signaling channel (D channel) and one framing channel to handle synchronization. ISDN PRI features include: • Non-Facility Associated Signaling (NFAS) — Allows a single D channel to control up to 10 PRI trunks, providing significant savings opportunities for ISDN service subscription costs available on NI-2, 4ESS, 5ESS, DMS100, and DMS250 • D channel backup (on NI-2 only) — Allows another D channel to take over should the main D channel fail • Facility, notify, and optional Information Elements (IEs) — Allows applications to work with network-specific supplementary services • Direct Dialing In (DDI) — Allows an application to route incoming calls by automatically identifying the number the caller dialed. Also known as Dialed Number Identification Service (DNIS) • Call-by-call service selection — Allows an application to select the most efficient bearer channel service, such as a toll-free line or a WATS line, on a call-by-call basis • User-to-user information — Allows an application to send proprietary messages to remote systems during call establishment • LAP-D Layer 2 access — Allows developers to build a customized Layer 3 protocol • Dynamic setting of protocol timers — Allows setting through a configuration file • Maskable Layer 2 Control — Allows an application to toggle between bringing Layer 2 up and down as desired 6 Dialogic® HMP Interface Boards by Sangoma Datasheet HMP Interface Boards Half-Length, Standard-Height PCI Express Format SS7 features include: • Support for up to 16 SS7 Links — Flexible run-time licensing allows the user to provision the appropriate density for the application • Multiple protocol variants — Supports ITU-T, ANSI, China and Japan protocol variants • Integrated media and signaling on a single board — Removes the need for external cross connects or inter-board PCM highways • Common GlobalCall API for Call Control — Allows applications to work in a common manner irrespective of the underlying signaling protocol • Fully compatible with Dialogic® DSI SS7 Protocol Stack — Allows support of call control (ISUP, TUP), in addition to transaction based protocols including SCCP, TCAP, MAP, IS41 and INAP Current information on the protocols supported by each DNI Board can be found in the Configuration Guides and Release Updates for PowerMedia HMP accessible from http://www.dialogic.com/manuals. Technical Specifications Digital interfaces 8, 4, 2, 1 T1/E1 Form factor PCI Express half length, standard height, single-slot width Dimensions Height: 4.376 in (11.12 cm) Length (excluding edge connector): 6.6 in (16.76 cm) Host Interface Bus Type PCI Express Link Width 1-lane Bus Compatibility Two Single-function devices; Ist device compliant with PCI Express Base Specification Version 1.0a 2nd device compliant with PCI Express Base Specification 1.1 Interrupts Message Signaled Interrupt (MSI) Host interface memory 24MB Bus mode Target and DMA master mode operation Network connectors Four RJ-48C on front bracket Platforms Control processor Freescale MPC8314 PowerQUICC II Pro @ 400 MHz Control processor memory 104 MB DRAM Echo Cancellation Dialogic® e256 EC Chip Computer telephony bus Dialogic® SyncRoute cable connector with ability to connect to H.100 bus boards only for clock synchronization Power Requirements Configuration +12 VDC DNI2410TEPE2HMP DNI1210TEPE2HMP DNI610TEPE2HMP DNI310TEPE2HMP 0.33A1.9A 0.25A1.9A 0.25A1.9A 0.25A1.9A +3.3 VDC 7 Dialogic® HMP Interface Boards by Sangoma Datasheet HMP Interface Boards Half-Length, Standard-Height PCI Express Format Cooling Requirements Operating temperature 0° C to +50° C Storage temperature –20° C to +70° C Humidity 8% to 80% noncondensing Telephone Interface DSX-1 T1 Clock rate 1.544 Mb/s ±32 ppm Level 3.0 V (nominal) Pulse width 323.85 ns (nominal) Line impedance 100 Ohm ±10% Other electrical characteristics Complies with AT&T TR62411 and ANSI T1.403-1989 Framing SF (D3/D4) ESF for ISDN Line coding AMI AMI with B7 stuffing B8ZS Clock and data recovery Complies with AT&T TR62411 and Telcordia TA-TSY-000170 Jitter tolerance Complies with AT&T TR62411 and ANSI T1.403-1989 Zero code suppression Bell ZCS (Jam bit 7) GTE ZCS (Jam bit 8) Digital Data Service ZCS No zero code suppression Telephone Interface CEPT E1 Network clock rate 2.048 Mb/s ±50 ppm Internal clock rate 2.048 Mb/s ±32 ppm Level 3.0 V (nominal) for 120 Ohm lines Pulse width 244 ns (nominal) Line impedance 120 Ohm, balanced Other electrical characteristics Complies with ITU-T Rec. G.703 Framing ITU-T G.704-1988 with CRC4 Line coding HDB3 Clock and data recovery Complies with ITU-T Rec. G.823-1988 Jitter tolerance Complies with ITU-T Rec. G.823, G.737, G.739, G.742-1988 Loopback Supports software-selectable local digital loopback SS7 Interface Signaling Links Up to 16 links (using a single board or spread across multiple boards) Signaling Data Link 48, 56 or 64kb/s Throughput Up to 1,500 MSU/s per board or 3,000 MSU/s per server Audio Processing Dialogic® PowerMedia™ Host Media Processing Software provides application or program control for audio levels, automatic gain control, audio digitizing and playback features 8 Dialogic® HMP Interface Boards by Sangoma Half-Length, Standard-Height PCI Express Format Approvals, Compliance, and Warranty Country-specific safety and telecom approvals https://portal.sangoma.com Warranty Information https://www.sangoma.com/warranties Safety and Telecom Certifications DNI2410TEPE2HMP can be approved as GEMP or GEMP8. DNI1210TEPE2HMP, DNI610TEPE2HMP and DNI310TEPE2HMP can be approved as GEMP or GEMP4. Estimated MTBF Per Telcordia Method I: DNI2410TEPE2HMP: 336,000 hours DNI1210TEPE2HMP: 343,000 hours DNI610TEPE2HMP: 343,000 hours DNI310TEPE2HMP: 343,000 hours Ordering Information Please see the Models tab for this product 9 Datasheet HMP Interface Boards ABOUT SANGOMA Sangoma Technologies Corporation is a trusted leader in delivering globally scalable Voice-Over-IP telephony systems, both on-site and cloud-based. As the communication landscape evolves and businesses invest in new strategies to provide effective communications, Sangoma Technologies is your trusted partner; delivering Unified Communications solutions for SMBs, Enterprises, OEMs, Carriers, and service providers. Founded in 1984, Sangoma Technologies Corporation is publicly traded on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX VENTURE: STC). Sangoma Technologies 100 Renfrew Drive, Suite 100 Markham ON L3R 9R6 CANADA 1 800 388 2475 toll free in N. 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