Adax HDCII-PMC High-Density Narrowband Channelized Protocol Controller
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Adax HDCII-PMC High-Density Narrowband Channelized Protocol Controller

This Adax HDCII-PMC High-Density Narrowband Channelized Protocol Controller is used and in excellent condition.

Part Number: 97-8040-00NE, 97-8040-00/MRL

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Adax HDCII-PMC High-Density Narrowband Channelized Protocol Controller

  • Ability To Pass PCM Voice Traffic
  • Dynamically Configurable Per Port and Per Channel Protocol Assignment
  • Transparent Field Upgrades, Without Host Rebooting, Saving Downtime
  • Multi-Trunk HDLC Silicon
  • High Impedance Monitoring Ports Option
  • User Configurable Support For Frame Time-Stamping.
  • User Configurable Support For FISU Filtering For SS7 Traffic
  • Support For MTP2 PCR and BEC Error Correction
  • 32-bit PMC board (64-bit compatible)
  • Provides Diagnostic, Line Loopbacks and Per DSO Loopbacks


The Adax HDCII-PMC card is the first of a new generation of SS7 controller cards designed to handle the increased demands of IP convergence. It is the first card that allows operators and service providers to achieve the promise of SIGTRAN cost savings immediately. Specifically designed for wireless, wireline and converging PSTN/IP network platforms, the Adax HDCII-PMC also supports traditional SS7 and SIGTRAN protocols. At the same time, it provides a high performance signaling solution for narrowband and SS7 over IP applications. One or two HDCII-PMCs, integrated with an SBC, can be configured as a signaling blade, housing complete SS7 stacks or SS7/IP gateways, providing one of the highest density, single slot solutions available on the market today. Alternatively, up to two PMC modules can be mounted with a CompactPCI carrier card for an HDCII-cPCI controller. The HDCII-PMC is suitable for demanding telecommunications systems that have high capacity and high throughput requirements. The on-board processors perform many thousands of transactions per second, with minimal load on the host, maximizing the performance of the application for customers, without compromising reliability.

The HDCII-PMC is dynamically configurable and is capable of delivering up to 128 channels of multiple protocols including SS7 MTP2, SCTP, LAPB/D/V5, Frame Relay, X.25 and HDLC per card. With the ability to install multiple cards in a system, it provides a totally scalable, flexible and cost-effective solution. The HDCII-PMC is ideal for Signaling Gateways, Media Gateway Controllers, and SGSN, GGSN, MSC, HLR/VLR and BSS nodes in Next Generation Networks. The HDCII-PMC enables development flexibility in Next Generation infrastructure, and can be configured in many ways, depending on customer specification and their preferred system architecture. This enables integrators to satisfy a wide range of requirements with a single common core architecture, saving development time and increasing the capability of customers to integrate their solutions ahead of competition. Two HDCII-PMC modules can be mounted on a carrier card with communication across the bus interface to the CPU or other PMC cards. Alternatively, they can be attached onto an SBC to create a self-contained environment, independent of the application. If the SBC is PICMG2.16 compliant, the solution is also bus independent, minimizing points of failure in the system. The ultimate capability of two HDCII-PMC modules on an SBC, or four on an ATCA board is to host a complete SS7 or SIGTRAN stack for the most cost-effective solution for infrastructure developers in converged and Next Generation Network environments.


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