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Network Convergence Solutions
INTEGRATED
ACCESS
The ATLAS Series
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Not just an integrated access device.
A multifunction WAN access switch.
The ATLAS™ Series from ADTRAN®.
Why ATLAS?
The ATLAS Series
At-A-Glance
The ATLAS Series is a family of powerful
and versatile Integrated Access Devices (IADs)
that have far-reaching application in today’s
advanced telecommunications networks. This
single, versatile platform is capable of both
dedicated and switched access—performing
the functions found in T1/T3/E1 multiplexers,
1/0 and 3/1/0 digital cross connect switches,
channel banks, Frame Relay access devices/
concentrators/switches, IP routers, inverse
multiplexers, and ISDN switches.
2. Network efficiency—Your network is
currently inefficient because bandwidth
is dedicated to separate voice and data
systems. ATLAS includes circuit switching
and packet routing technology that enables
you to combine traffic and oversubscribe circuits, extracting greater performance
from the same bandwidth.
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Modular, flexible
multiservice platforms
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T3, T1, ISDN PRI/BRI,
analog, 10/100Base-T,
and serial interfaces
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Hot-swappable
interface modules
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Circuit consolidation
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Bandwidth management
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PRI-to-T1, BRI, and
analog conversions
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FXS, FXO, E&M, and
DSX-1 voice
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Integral switchboard
and dial plan
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Intelligent call-by-call
routing and number
substitution
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3/1/0 and 1/0 DACS
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NxT1 inverse multiplexing
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Dial backup disaster
recovery
Solutions to empower your wide area network.
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IP and Frame Relay
concentration and
switching
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Voice over Frame Relay
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Video switch
The ATLAS Series from ADTRAN is one of the most versatile integrated
access platforms available for converging voice, data, and video applications.
Numerous user and network interfaces, coupled with advanced multiplexing,
switching, and routing capabilities, enable cost reductions in your network
that you might never have anticipated.
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WAN emulation
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SNMP and Telnet
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AC and DC versions
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Reliable pre- and
post-sales support
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Reassuring five-year
warranty
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There are several compelling reasons to
implement ADTRAN’s ATLAS integrated
access solutions as part of your network plan.
1. Consolidation—You are currently using
separate networks for voice, data, video,
and Internet. ATLAS allows you to consolidate and converge traffic onto fewer
circuits, reducing recurring monthly
communications costs.
3. Conversion—Current network equipment
is configured for T1 (such as PBX/Key
Systems), but you wish to take advantage
of the additional call features and potentially lower tariffs provided by ISDN PRI.
ATLAS converts PRI to T1, PRI to BRI, and
PRI to analog; so, in many situations you can
enjoy the benefits of PRI service
without expensive upgrades to your
existing equipment.
ADTRAN
5
Year
Warranty
ATLAS 890
ATLAS 830
Fully redundant, high-density, multiservice IAD
High-density, modular, multiservice IAD
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High-speed, multiprotocol backplane
13 expansion slots (AC version)
15 expansion slots (DC version)
Up to 64 T1s or one T3
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High-speed, multiprotocol backplane
Eight expansion slots
Up to 34 T1/PRIs, 32 E1s, or one T3
Compact footprint (17.5" W x 12.5" D x 5.5" H)
Replaces ATLAS 800 and ATLAS 800PLUS models
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In any case, what is the most powerful, costeffective integrated access system for today’s
varied internetworking applications?
The ATLAS Series from ADTRAN.
Is flexibility an important
consideration in your network plan?
The ATLAS Series offers many of the features
previously found only in larger multiplexing,
PBX, or router equipment, at a lower entry
cost. Each ATLAS chassis features a high-speed,
multiprotocol backplane and numerous
expansion slots. The system supports various
network interfaces and as many as 25 different
hot-swappable application modules. With the
right configuration, you can basically plug in
any T1/E1, T3, ISDN PRI/BRI, or analog circuit,
then pick-and-choose the voice, data, or video
applications you need to deliver. If a special
tariff warrants a service change, or a new
branch office needs to be added, the modular,
flexible ATLAS can accommodate the change.
Financial
Government
Healthcare
Retail
Is Return on Investment a growing
concern for your company?
Lowering network costs is a top priority in
most companies today. Which investments
are worth the expenditure? ATLAS is a solution
that significantly reduces the cost of current
applications, and at the same time, positions
your network for future growth.
By consolidating telecom traffic onto fewer
circuits, ATLAS lowers monthly payouts.
By replacing multiple pieces of older,
Interchangeable
possibly outdated equipment, ATLAS
Application Modules
streamlines network
The ATLAS Series is a modular
operations, reduces
platform that can
IT workload, and
be configured to
conserves space. Further,
meet current networking
ATLAS extends the functionality of
requirements, while establishing
most TDM integrated access devices
a simple and inexpensive upgrade
path. A variety of interchangeable
to include switching, which serves
interface modules satisfy technolto optimize each circuit. In most
ogy requirements ranging from
network models, ATLAS generates
voice to data to Internet
a very accept-able payback period,
to videoconferencing.
and delivers a strong ROI.
Backed by a full five-year warranty
and unsurpassed technical support
from the leading supplier of network
access solutions, the ATLAS Series
is one of the most risk-free decisions
you can make for integrated access.
ATLAS 550
Medium-capacity, modular, multiservice IAD
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High-speed, six-slot, multiprotocol backplane
Two network interface slots
Four expansion slots
Up to 18 T1/PRI ports
Up to 32 analog ports
Compact footprint (17" W x 11.75" D x 3.5" H)
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The simplicity of a single chassis.The functionality
of an entire rack of equipment.
An architecture so remarkably advanced,
it makes your job easy.
Before ATLAS
Network
Network
LAN
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Videoconference PBX/Key
System
Equipment
Lower one of your
largest expenses.
Simplify your network
using ATLAS™
A comprehensive multiservice
access platform
Today’s Wide Area Network (WAN) typically
consists of multiple overlays to handle
various traffic types, complicated by the
presence of varying service and pricing
options between geographic regions.
Network complexity is also compounded
by business mergers and reorganizations.
As networks grow more complex, and the
applications needed to support a distributed workforce increase, a solution like
ATLAS becomes a necessity.
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premises, and consolidates the functions
found in multiport multiplexers, channel
banks, 1/0 and 3/1/0 cross connect switches,
Frame Relay Access Devices/concentrators/
switches, IP routers, inverse multiplexers,
and ISDN switches.
The most substantial and
economically quantifiable
benefit of creating a conATLAS is a multifunction, modular
verged voice/data network is
platform that accommodates multiple
protocols and interfaces, collapsing
the elimination of redundant
parallel networks into a more streamcircuits. In many enterprise
lined and less expensive topology. ATLAS
networks, different applicaconsolidates voice, fax, modem, video,
tions have their own circuits.
Local Area Network (LAN), and legacy data
For example, voice may have
traffic over a single wide area link, reducing
digital or analog trunks, data
overall telecommunication expenses.
may have separate Internet
access, and videoconferencing
ISDN BRI
systems may use
T1 Frame Relay
several ISDN lines.
After ATLAS
ISDN PRI T3
Since circuit costs
typically represent one
of the largest
PBX/
E1
Key System
IT expenditures, it
makes
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sense that
reducing those costs would
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Videoconference
be a top priority. Reducing
Equipment
network costs is what
ATLAS is all about.
ATLAS 830
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Bandwidth sharing
An ATLAS IAD is positioned between
the network service provider circuit(s)
and the end user equipment, enabling
many network devices to share WAN
access and bandwidth. ATLAS supports
multiple network technologies and numerous equipment interfaces. The system’s
flexibility makes it easier to satisfy diverse
applications in hybrid networks, and to
evolve network systems and applications
as requirements change.
Integral IP Routing, and
Frame Relay and ISDN
Access, Concentration,
and Switching Software
High-Speed,
Multiprotocol
Backplane
Hot-Swappable
Option Modules
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ATLAS is a modular and scalable platform,
designed to help you implement the most
cost-effective solutions to meet current needs,
while accommodating future growth. To take
advantage of new service opportunities, or to
meet new user requirements, simply add the
appropriate option modules.
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A large offering of network and device
interfaces allows you to tailor an ATLAS solution to fit your current needs with the least
possible expenditure, and still accommodate
change. Pre-configured systems are available
for popular applications.
T1/PRI—Configurable as DS1, DSX-1, or
PRI; supports Drop/Insert, 1/0 DACS, PRI
switching, and Frame Relay
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E1/PRA—Supports E1 and Net-5 EuroISDN (PRA), Drop/Insert, 1/0 DACS, and
Frame Relay
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ISDN BRI/U—ANSI T1.601-compliant BRI
U-interfaces to emulate or terminate ISDN
from common switch types
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ISDN BRI S/T—Multiple BRI S/T interfaces
supporting Net-3 Euro-ISDN
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Analog Voice—Options for FXS, FXO, E&M
with popular call features; mapped or
dynamically switched DS0s
Voice Compression—4-, 8-, 16-, and
24-channel G.723.1 compression with a
6:1 ratio on analog calls from channelized
T1 or PRI
T1 NETWORK MODULE
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Integral IP Router with 10/100Base-T
Ethernet Interface for LAN Connectivity
and Network Management
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USSI—Multiple Universal Synchronous
Serial Interface ports supporting EIA-530,
RS-449/V.36, X.21/V.11, or EIA-232; Nx56/64
kbps operation up to 2.048 Mbps
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Nx56/64 V.35—Multiple synchronous V.35
ports support Nx56/64 kbps operation up
to 2.048 Mbps
NxT1 HSSI/V.35—Aggregates from two to
eight T1s into a single logical channel in
point-to-point applications; supports
multiple T1s or T3
Nx56/64 BONDING—BONDING Mode 1
processor(s) with up to 2.048 Mbps capacity
each; from two to 32 user-configurable
B-Channels per processor
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For assistance
configuring your
ATLAS system,
contact your
technology
reseller, or call
an ADTRAN
network engineer
at 800 615-1176.
ATLAS 890/830 Interface Options
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T3—Channelized T3 connectivity,
3/1/0 DACS, PRI over T3, and T1 Inverse
Multiplexing (with additional module)
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T3 with Drop & Insert—Channelized T3
connectivity with Drop/Insert to any other
channelized T3 device
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Dual Video—Dual independent video ports
simultaneously support V.35, EIA-530, or
RS-449 interfaces; includes RS-366 dialing
interface and supports DTE rates from 112
kbps to 1.472 Mbps (with additional card)
ATLAS 890/830/550 Interface Options
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Numerous interface options
The configuration of an ATLAS system can
vary widely depending on a number of factors.
Which applications are being accommodated?
How much capacity do you need for each? How
much excess capacity should be allowed for
near-term growth?
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ATLAS 550 Interface Options
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Ethernet Switch—Layer 2 switch with eight
10/100Base-T Ethernet interfaces
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Legacy Data—Multiple EIA-232 or V.35
interfaces for synchronous or asynchronous
packet data transport using SNA/SDLC,
HDLC, transparent Async, and Transparent
Bit-Oriented Protocols (TBOP)
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ADPCM—32-channel G.726 compression for
16 kbps and 32 kbps voice applications and
G.711 for 64 kbps voice
For a complete description of
available option modules, visit
www.adtran.com/atlas
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Numerous opportunities to decrease costs, increase
performance, and optimize network resources.
The ATLAS™ Series at work in your network.
Consolidation and dynamic switching
The ATLAS IAD,
performing as a
circuit switch, provides
dynamic call-by-call
routing, oversubscription
and overbooking, and
conversions that will
improve your voice, video,
and data efficiency.
Is your network subscribing to more bandwidth
than necessary? Do you need to make better use
of the bandwidth that you already have? Would
you like to convert from the circuit types you
currently have to another type without changing
out your communications equipment? If so,
ADTRAN’s ATLAS IAD is the ideal choice.
One of the distinguishing characteristics
of the ATLAS Series of IADs is the ability to
perform dynamic circuit switching and packet
routing. You no longer have to dedicate channels within your circuits. Unlike traditional
termination equipment, that requires static
or dedicated channel assignments, ATLAS can
dynamically switch traffic on a call-by-call basis.
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Consolidation—With dynamic switching,
ATLAS enables users to consolidate many
circuits and combine voice, data, video,
and Internet traffic on the same circuit.
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Oversubscription—ATLAS enables users
to oversubscribe the circuit so more users
and devices can be connected. In many
scenarios, not every user or device requires
simultaneous access to the WAN. Less bandwidth can be deployed, which reduces costs,
and ATLAS will dynamically switch calls to
the available bandwidth.
A Solution for
Many Industries
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Government
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Education
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Healthcare
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Transportation
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Least cost routing—The integral switchboard
and dial plan equip ATLAS with switching
features similar to a PBX (without voice-mail
and advanced call features). For example,
ATLAS can dynamically switch local calls to
the local service provider while long distance
calls are switched to the interexchange or long
distance carrier.
DACS and grooming
ATLAS IADs also provide DACS and grooming
functions, which are ideal for optimizing T1
and T3 circuits. Using the DACSing function
within ATLAS, users can perform timeslot
interchange. Any DS0 from any T1 or T3 can
be cross-connected or reassigned to any other
DS0 on any other T1 or T3.
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ATLAS grooming functionality allows users
to combine partially filled T1s into fully filled
T1s. On many enterprise networks, users can
combine voice DS0s coming into the central
site from individual T1s into fewer DSX-1
interfaces for the PBX. Grooming can increase
efficiency and reduce the number of DSX-1
interfaces required.
ATLAS 830/890 platforms support 3/1/0
DACSing. The ATLAS 550 supports 1/0 DACSing. ATLAS is the ideal choice for users who
need DACSing and grooming in a small
economical system.
Frame Relay switching
As a central site frame switch, ATLAS can
help you create a fully unified Frame Relay
voice/data WAN infrastructure that significantly reduces long distance costs, while
maintaining the quality and integrity of
voice communications.
In a Voice over Frame Relay (VoFR)
application, the ATLAS IAD receives voice
traffic from an existing voice switch or PBX,
and then packetizes and optionally compresses
it for transmission over the Frame Relay connection, to deliver near toll-grade voice calls.
Conversion
The ATLAS Series includes conversion and
switching technology that transparently links
two different line technologies. Because ATLAS
supports a large number of line technologies
(T3, T1, ISDN PRI/BRI), several cost-saving
opportunities exist. For example, the system
can convert PRI to T1 or PRI to multiple BRIs,
allowing you to take advantage of the lowest
possible tariff in a certain location, or to reduce
the number of circuits required in a particular
application, without changing your existing
voice and data equipment.
Reliable Dial Backup
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Convert PRI to T1 to avoid costly PBX/Key
System upgrades—The ATLAS IAD, functioning
as a PRI-to-T1 converter, enables you to obtain
call features available only through ISDN PRI, or
to take advantage of the low PRI rates available
in some locations, without a PBX/Key System
upgrade. The ATLAS IAD supports PRI connection
to the public ISDN network and T1 connection to
the PBX, and performs the switching and conversion necessary to transparently link the two technologies. ATLAS converts ISDN Calling/Called
Party Number to a Feature Group D ANI/DNIS
format. ATLAS can be a fraction of the cost of a
PBX upgrade, and used in this application, results
in a very short payback period.
Eliminate multiple BRI circuits to the PSTN—
ATLAS IADs also perform PRI to BRI signal conversion, accommodating up to 100 BRI interfaces in
a single chassis. The ATLAS IAD interfaces to the
PSTN using one or more PRIs, then transparently
converts between PRI and BRI, distributing BRIs
as needed to support multiple videoconference
systems or routers using BRI for dial backup.
Consolidate analog phones onto a single PRI—
Functioning as a PRI Channel Bank, an ATLAS
IAD performs the ISDN-to-analog conversions
necessary to support many analog phones over a
single PRI circuit. ATLAS converts ISDN Calling/
Called Party information from the PRI to Caller ID
on the FXS interface using FSK signalling. ATLAS
also provides dynamic call-by-call routing based
on the phone number dialed. Overbooking supports more phones and faxes using equal or lesser
bandwidth, increasing circuit utilization and
reducing costs.
ADTRAN’s Safe-T-Net
offers backup bandwidth and network
resilience for
mission-critical applications.
Safe-T-Net works in conjunction
with a dial backup module to dial
around a failed primary circuit,
and deliver fast service restoral.
circuitry automatically detects
errors and switches over to a hot
standby controller. The controller
modules are hot-swappable, so the
ATLAS system remains operational
even as the other controller is
removed for repair or replacement.
Dual power supplies perform load sharing.
A well-planned, well-executed disaster recovery
system could save thousands, or even millions of
dollars in lost revenue. ADTRAN offers comprehensive dial backup solutions to protect mission-critical
communications on both Frame Relay and point-topoint T1 networks. ADTRAN’s dial-around-the-cloud
solution for Frame Relay features Safe-T-Net, a technology which detects a link or PVC failure and automatically initiates a secondary route for voice and
data traffic. For point-to-point T1 networks, ATLAS
offers optional hardware solutions to protect
mission-critical data services to remote sites.
Manage network resources
The ATLAS Series is a fully managed WAN access
and switching solution. Management options include
ADTRAN’s graphical, web-based N-Form™ network
management suite, as well as local or remote management using front and rear VT100 craft interfaces
(terminal or dial-in access) and a 10/100 Ethernet
connection for SNMP and Telnet access. Front-panel
LEDs reveal complete operational status.
Improve network reliability
In a converged network, where more electronics
and users are consolidated into less equipment,
protecting communications against downtime
becomes even more critical than before. ATLAS
offers optional redundancy and dial backup
hardware to protect against unforeseen disasters.
Converged networks can benefit from the fullyredundant ATLAS 890, featuring duplicate system
controllers and power supplies. Fault detection
ADTRAN’s easy-to-use, web-enabled network management and trend
analysis software suite provides ultimate network control. N-Form permits
high-level, at-a-glance network snapshots, with quick drill-down to detailed
configuration and real-time troubleshooting diagnostics.
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PRI-to-T1 Signal Conversion
ATLAS 550
PBX/Key System
Integrated Access
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In addition to its dynamic switching functionality, the ATLAS™ Series
includes a signal conversion technology that transparently links two
different line technologies. The system converts between line types, such
as PRI-to-T1, PRI-to-BRI, and PRI-to-analog. This flexibility allows you to
take advantage of the lowest possible tariff in a certain location, and
make use of helpful calling features, without changing your existing voice
and data equipment. In this example, PRI tariffs are less expensive each
month than T1, and Calling/Called Party information is required. Instead of
upgrading the existing T1-based PBX, ATLAS is used to perform PRI-to-T1
(DSX-1) conversion and deliver Feature Group D ANI/DNIS from the ISDN
Calling/Called Party information. Signal conversion software is standard
on all ATLAS models.
Voice, Data, and Video Consolidation
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Modem, Fax
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BRI
Videoconference
Equipment
ATLAS offers a reliable and economical solution for consolidating
multiple WAN access circuits to enable voice, data, and video systems to
share common bandwidth and reduce costs. Fractional PRI/T1 service
includes a portion of the bandwidth for switched services (B-Channels)
and the remaining bandwidth for dedicated channels. Check with your
service provider to see if Fractional PRI is available.
PRI Channel Bank
ATLAS 550
Integrated Access
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The ATLAS platform provides a cost-effective method of integrating ISDN
PRI service into analog devices such as phones, faxes, or Key Systems
that do not have PRI capability. In this application, the ATLAS system is
used as a PRI channel bank, consolidating multiple analog devices onto
a single PRI trunk. The ATLAS system handles the conversion of ISDN
signals to analog signals, as well as the conversion of ISDN Calling Party
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information to FSK tones (in order to provide Caller ID information to
analog FXS interfaces). With the ATLAS 550 IAD, overbooking of the
23 B-Channels on the PRI accommodates up to 32 analog interfaces.
The system performs dynamic, call-by-call routing and switching based
upon the phone number dialed.
PRI Channel Bank and Oversubscription
Phones
1–32 FXS
(FSK Caller ID)
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ATLAS can be used to oversubscribe analog interfaces to a PRI. For
applications that need higher levels of connectivity, Total Access® 624s
Phones
Up to 24 FXS
Total Access 624
can be paired with ATLAS to create an economical,
high-density solution.
Videoconferencing Consolidation
10/100Base-T
LAN
RS-366
V.35
H.323 Gateway
Videoconference
Equipment
RS-366
Videoconference
Equipment
V.35
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Integrated Access
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ADTRAN’s ATLAS 830/890 Video Switch offers enterprise customers a
solution for sharing bandwidth between multiple videoconferencing
systems or to share bandwidth between videoconferencing and other
WAN applications. Video switching and bandwidth sharing can result in
significant cost savings through a reduction of dedicated WAN access
circuits. The ATLAS Video Switch provides a diverse set of common,
industry-standard interfaces for connecting video equipment to the
WAN, such as ISDN PRI/BRI, V.35, EIA-530, RS-449, and RS-366 dialing.
The availability of these interfaces makes the ATLAS Video Switch
interoperable with all leading videoconferencing equipment including
H.320 and H.323 gateway devices. The system supports video transmissions from 112 kbps up to a full PRI (1.472 kbps) using the ATLAS Nx56/64
BONDING Module.
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Analog Support for VoIP
Ethernet
Switch
IP PBX
ATLAS 550
IP Phones
T1, PRI
NetVant
PRI
SLOTS
LAN 1
STATUS
POWER
POWER
TD
1
RD
2
LINK
LAN 2
1
2
3
4
5
a 5305
6
Fax
TD
RD
LINK
DBU
FXS
PSTN
Fax
Delivers
analog trunks
FXS
Modem
FXS
Modem
FXS
A
drop outs. ATLAS™ provides true analog trunk circuits and call-by-call
routing for full-rate modem and reliable fax operation. This also eliminates
the need for additional hardware or licenses for the IP PBX.
Typically, analog support for fax and modem devices with an IP PBX is
limited due to the packet nature of an IP network. The analog signal can
experience delay, jitter, and packet loss causing low performance and
TDM to IP Migration
IP PBX
ATLAS 550
T1,PRI
Legacy PBX
ATLAS 550
MODULES
NETWORK
1
2
1
2
4
3
STATUS
OK
T1, PRI, FXO
POWER
ETHERNET
ONLINE
TES T
SYSTEM
CRAF T
TEST
ERROR
ACO
ALARM
REMOTE
PSTN
T1,PRI
Key System
Analog
A
switchboard and dial plan enable quick and easy call routing changes
as users migrate from one PBX to the other.
ADTRAN’s ATLAS is used to help migrate from legacy TDM to IP
telephony by enabling multiple PBX systems to share common WAN
bandwidth and reduce monthly telco costs. The integral ATLAS
ISDN Support for VoIP
IP PBX
T1,PRI
ATLAS 550
T1,PRI
ATLAS 550
MODULES
NETWORK
1
1
2
RAS
4
3
2
STATUS
OK
PRI
POWER
TES T
SYSTEM
CRAF T
ETHERNET
ERROR
ACO
ONLINE
TEST
ALARM
REMOTE
PSTN
A
While IP PBXs terminate an ISDN circuit from the network, they may not
emulate or deliver ISDN services to user devices such as videoconference systems or Remote Access Servers (RAS). ADTRAN’s ATLAS offers
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BRIs
Videoconference
Equipment
industry-standard ISDN termination, deployment, and switching to
complement the IP PBX.
Point-to-Point T1 Consolidation
TSU 120e
TSU 120e
ENTER
5
4
ALARM
8
HOME
COPY
TEST
OK
TEST
OK
ATLAS 890
6
CLEAR
9
SHIFT
#
*
CSU
OK
3
2
1
ENTER
7
CANCEL
MODULE
DSU/DSX
TEST
ERROR
ALARM
ALARM
ALARM
Total Access 750/850
T1
DSX-1
T1
13 3333STATUS
1
PSU
2
13 3333STATUS
3
PBX
4
T3
DS1
V.35
Network
Total Access 600
or T1s
T1
T1
Router
PWR
600
STAT
TX RX
ERR
LINK
NetVanta 3200
LAN
VPN
STAT
WAN
DBU
TD
RD
LNK
TD
T1
RD
ATLAS 550
T1
ATLAS 550
MODULES
NETWORK
1
1
2
4
3
2
STATUS
OK
POWER
TEST
ERROR
ACO
ETHERNET
CRAF T
ONLINE
TES T
SYSTEM
ALARM
REMOTE
In point-to-point applications, an ATLAS IAD at the host site can consolidate traffic and free up rackspace, simplifying overall network operation
and management. Here, an ATLAS 890 provides full system redundancy
(power supply and system controller) and terminates multiple independent
T1s from remote sites or T1s from a channelized T3, grooming voice to a
PBX and splitting out data to V.35 interfaces. Data may be transported
directly to a LAN (integral 10/100Base-T port and internal IP routing
software) or to an external router. The ATLAS 550 and 830 offer similar
functionality for smaller applications.
Least-Cost Routing
ATLAS 550
Competitive
Provider
Network
PBX/Key
System
Integrated Access
Device
T1/PRI
DSX-1
NetVant
SLOTS
LAN 1
STATUS
POWER
ILEC
Network
FXO
POWER
TD
1
RD
2
LINK
LAN 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
a 5305
FXS/FXO
Phone
TD
RD
LINK
DBU
10/100Base-T
LAN
BRI
Videoconference
Equipment
Using an internal switchboard and dial plan, the ATLAS Series dynamically routes three- to 10-digit voice calls to the preferred service provider
based on the phone number dialed. This least-cost routing functionality
directs local calls to one service provider and long distance calls to
another. Number substitution capability is also available. Circuit consolida-
tion offers additional cost savings. In this example, a LAN, PBX, analog
phones, and videoconference equipment are physically connected to the
ATLAS IAD. ATLAS combines the traffic and eliminates separate circuits
for each application, significantly reducing telecom costs.
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High-Speed Serial Data Transfer
ATLAS 550
Integrated Access
Device
ATLAS 550
Integrated Access
Device
Up to 8 T1s
ATLAS 550
MODULES
NETWORK
1
POWER
CRAF T
ETHERNET
ERROR
PSTN
ACO
ALARM
V.35
HSSI
(up to 4 T1s)
(up to 8 T1s)
4
3
2
1
2
TEST
ERROR
ACO
REMOTE
ATLAS 550
MODULES
NETWORK
1
TES T
SYSTEM
STATUS
ONLINE
TES T
SYSTEM
ETHERNET
CRAF T
STATUS
OK
POWER
4
3
2
1
2
OK
Up to 8 T1s
ONLINE
TEST
ALARM
REMOTE
V.35
(up to 4 T1s)
HSSI
(up to 8 T1s)
10/100Base-T
LAN
Router
10/100Base-T
Router
LAN
An ATLAS™ IAD equipped with an NxT1 HSSI/V.35 module provides highspeed, point-to-point connectivity between two HSSI or V.35-equipped
external routers. ATLAS combines up to eight T1 circuits into a single
logical data stream that is fed to an integral High Speed Serial Interface
(HSSI) port or V.35 port (requires optional cable). Using an ADTRANdeveloped T1 inverse multiplexing protocol, the ATLAS system
automatically adjusts the data rate to the HSSI/V.35 port upon loss of
one or more T1 circuits. In addition to the HSSI port, four T1 ports are
included on the NxT1 HSSI/V.35 Module. Additional T1 capacity is
possible by installing ATLAS T1 modules. This functionality is available
for the ATLAS 830, ATLAS 890, and ATLAS 550.
Packet Network Emulation
ATLAS 550
FXS
Phones
ATLAS 550
ATLAS 550
MODULES
NETWORK
1
1
2
4
3
2
STATUS
OK
NetVanta 3200
ATLAS 550
MODULES
NETWORK
1
1
2
T1
4
3
2
T1
Point-toPoint T1
POWER
ONLINE
TES T
SYSTEM
TEST
ERROR
ACO
ETHERNET
CRAF T
ALARM
REMOTE
10/100Base-T
STATUS
OK
POWER
V.35
LAN
VPN
STAT
WAN
DBU
TD
RD
LNK
TD
ONLINE
TES T
SYSTEM
TEST
ERROR
ACO
ETHERNET
CRAF T
ALARM
REMOTE
DSX-1
RD
LAN
10/100Base-T
PBX
LAN
ATLAS emulates Frame Relay service over a point-to-point T1 for users
that need more voice capacity. Voice can be packetized and compressed
(up to 6:1) while sharing the bandwidth with data.
Switched Network Emulation
Phones
FXS
PSTN
ATLAS 550
PRI
ATLAS 550
MODULES
NETWORK
1
T1
BRI
ATLAS 550
MODULES
NETWORK
1
1
2
Point-toPoint T1
TES T
SYSTEM
ETHERNET
ERROR
ACO
1
2
4
3
2
STATUS
OK
T1
POWER
TES T
SYSTEM
CRAF T
ETHERNET
REMOTE
ERROR
ACO
ALARM
ONLINE
TEST
Videoconference
Equipment
4
3
2
10/100Base-T
STATUS
OK
POWER
CRAF T
BRI
ATLAS 550
ONLINE
TEST
ALARM
REMOTE
V.35
Videoconference
Equipment
LAN
DSX-1
10/100Base-T
Router
PBX
LAN
ATLAS emulates Fractional PRI/BRI over point-to-point T1 to allow voice
and video to dynamically share the same channels, with the remaining
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channels dedicated to data. ATLAS also provides central access to the
public network for the remote site’s voice and video applications.
Frame Relay Access, Concentration, and Switching with Dial Backup
ISDN
PBX/Key
System
BRI
IQ 310
DSX-1
ATLAS 550
T1
T1s
1
1
2
TES T
SYSTEM
CRAF T
ETHERNET
ERROR
ACO
Router
Frame Relay
BRI
4
3
2
STATUS
OK
POWER
LAN
IQ 310
ATLAS 550
MODULES
NETWORK
10/100Base-T
V.35
PRI
Express 5210
ONLINE
TEST
ALARM
REMOTE
V.35, EIA-232
10/100Base-T
10/100Base-T
TSU 120e
ENTER
5
4
56/64k
Computer or
Terminal
ALARM
8
HOME
COPY
OK
TEST
OK
TEST
OK
TEST
LAN
6
CLEAR
9
SHIFT
#
*
CSU
MODULE
DSU/DSX
3
2
1
ENTER
7
CANCEL
ERROR
ALARM
ALARM
V.35, EIA-232
ALARM
FXS
Computer
or Terminal
LAN
Up to 4
Frame Relay services continue to be a viable option for enterprises
seeking a cost-effective solution for interconnecting multiple sites.
ADTRAN’s ATLAS Frame Relay switching, Express Frame Relay access,
and IQ 310TM traffic monitoring products combine to provide an invaluable solution for Frame Relay connectivity and performance monitoring,
problem detection, and rapid dial backup. In this application, ATLAS
serves as a central site frame switch. Data can be concentrated to an
external router or routed directly to the LAN via the ATLAS integral
IP/PPP router. Voice is packetized with optional compression to provide
near toll-quality communication between sites.
Wide Area Network Emulation
POTS
Phone
POTS
Router
Router
Frame Relay
POTS
Analog
ATLAS 550
Router
T1
PC
Modem
T1
V.35
Integrated Access
Device
POTS
Router
V.35
NetVant
SLOTS
LAN 1
Router
STATUS
POWER
POWER
TD
1
RD
2
LINK
LAN 2
1
2
3
4
5
a 5305
BRI S/T
6
TD
RD
LINK
DBU
Euro-ISDN
PRI
RAS
E1/PRA
(Net 5)
BRI
PRI
SPIDs (Net 3)
Router
BRI S/T
ISDN
Router
PC
Modem
BRI
Spidless (Net 3)
Router
Router
Router
Videoconference
Equipment
The ATLAS 550 and ATLAS 800 Series make it possible to affordably
simulate Frame Relay, ISDN, Euro-ISDN, and analog POTS service,
without the expense of live circuits. In this application, the ATLAS 550
emulates a central office switch or WAN for staging what-if scenarios, or
testing new equipment and technologies off-net, with no network costs.
Frame Relay functionality includes support for external routers or direct
LAN connections. ISDN functionality emulates Lucent 5ESS, Nortel DMS
100, and National ISDN. Net-3 and Net-5 Euro-ISDN functionality includes
E1/PRA, BRI S/T, and BRI-U. Analog emulation supports FXS, FXO, and
E&M interfaces.
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ADTRAN: One of the world’s most successful
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ADTRAN is a company you can depend on for high-value,
customer-centric solutions.
Value-oriented solutions for the
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ADTRAN® addresses today’s value-oriented
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connectivity over IP, TDM, switched, and
Ethernet architectures. Our mission with
these solutions is to lower acquisition costs,
lower recurring monthly costs, or both,
lowering the Total Cost of Ownership and
offering you the best possible value in
network access.
The reliability of a market leader
Our LAN-to-WAN solutions complement
our highly successful and long-standing
lines of wide area connectivity and
carrier-class network access products.
Our newest products reflect the same
exacting attention to detail that won
us market leadership positions in key
technologies such as integrated access
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and subrate CSU/DSUs, Frame Relay/DDS
extension, and ISDN extension.
reliability—the result of ADTRAN’s longterm, corporate-wide commitment to
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A TL 9000 3.0 and ISO 9001:2000 certified
supplier supporting next-generation quality
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of customer satisfaction.
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industry-leading, five-year warranty and
best-in-class service and support.
■
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■
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guarantees priority access to a technical support engineer, with 30-minute
call back and on-site product replacement in as few as four hours, depending
on the service plan selected.
■
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Sessions are available
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and on the Internet.
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and cost reduction
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and cost reduction remains one of the
primary drivers behind our market success.
Cost reduction at ADTRAN is about smart
engineering, not cutting corners. We reward
engineers who reduce costs in the same way
we reward engineers who innovate. We also
lower costs by using ADTRAN-developed
intellectual property where feasible.
Quality and reliability in every unit
Your ADTRAN purchase is backed by an
indisputable reputation of quality and
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ATLAS Series IAD Feature Matrix
™
Part Number
ATLAS 550
ATLAS 830
ATLAS 890
Redundant
ATLAS 890
Non-Redundant
AC: 1200305L2
AC: 1200780L1
AC: 4200321L2
AC: 4200321L1
DC: 1200550L2
DC: 1200781L1
DC: 4200321L4
DC: 4200321L3
Base Chassis, System Controller
Integral T1/PRI/DSX-1 Ports
Ethernet Port
1
2
0
0
10/100Base-T
10/100Base-T
10/100Base-T
10/100Base-T
5
8
13 AC/15 DC
15 AC/16 DC
AC Power
1200305L2
1200780L1
4200321L2
4200321L1
DC Power
1200550L2
1200781L1
4200321L4
4200321L3
▲
▲
Expansion Slot
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
✘
✘
✘
60 AC, 64 DC
Redundant Power Supply
Redundant Controller
Alarm Contacts
SNMP, Telnet
▲
•
•
System Features (additional modules required)
1/0 DACS
3/1/0 DACS
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ISDN Switch
Call Switching (Dial Plan)
Frame Relay Switch
IP Routing (Frame Relay, PPP)
Voice over Frame Relay
Safe-T-Net™*
IMUX – Nx56/64 BONDING
IMUX – NxT1 Point-to-Point
Expansion Ports (maximum)
T3 Ports
T1/PRI Ports
17
32
52 AC, 60 DC
E1/PRA Ports
2
32
52 AC, 60 DC
60 AC, 64 DC
ISDN BRI Ports (U or S/T)
16
64
104 AC, 120 DC
120 AC, 128 DC
V.35 Interfaces
8
32
52 AC, 60 DC
60 AC, 64 DC
USSI Ports (EIA-530, RS-449/V.36, X.21/V.11, EIA-232)
8
32
52 AC, 60 DC
60 AC, 64 DC
Analog Ports (FXS, FXO, or E&M)
32
32 (FXS Only)
48 (FXS Only)
48 (FXS Only)
5,000
7,900
11,000
11,000
992
Frame Relay, IP Router
Frame Relay Packets Per Second (PPS)
992
992
992
IQ Statistics
•
•
•
•
Voice Compression Calls
32
64
64
64
IP Router Packets Per Second (PPS)
3000
3200
4000
4000
IP Route Table Entries
2700
2700
2700
2700
Static Route Entries
128
128
128
128
DHCP Client/Server
•
DLCIs Supported (Maximum)
Time Division Multiplexing, ISDN Switching
TDM Backplane Bandwidth (In-bound)
216 DS0s
720 DS0s
720 DS0s
720 DS0s
TDM Backplane Bandwidth (Out-bound)
216 DS0s
720 DS0s
720 DS0s
720 DS0s
5
10
15
15
❑
❑
❑
ISDN PRI to T1 Conversions
NFAS, NFAS with Backup D-Channel
•
Standard
✘
Maximum number of ports available depends on application
▲
Option available
❑
One backup D-Channel
* Safe-T-Net is ADTRAN’s technology that provides dial backup disaster recovery of the Frame Relay network.
To place an order for an ADTRAN solution,
please contact your technology supplier.
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Where To Buy
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Five-year warranty applies only to products sold in
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