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TDM network

A network that transmits data in dedicated end-to-end circuits comprising 64 Kbps digital channels. TDM networks evolved from the analog voice networks of the telephone companies. They are widely used for digitized voice and data in the form of digital signal (DS) circuits made up of T1, E1 and OC-1 lines and multiples thereof (see DS). See TDM. Contrast with packet network.
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Conventional TDM networks are highly deterministic.
Under this scenario, which we feel applies best to the situation in Europe, cellular operators are working to limit VoIP's impact on the mobile network, in a bid to amortise their TDM networks and the cost of their 3G licences.
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Service providers want a level of interaction between the IP network and their core operations support system (OSS) to provide ongoing monitoring information comparable to what can be received in the TDM network. This interaction should cover the following areas:
The head-end solution includes a dedicated pseudo-wire CES aggregator based on Resolute module technology, and is designed to minimize rack space and power consumption, while supporting scalability through a range of aggregation density options for handoff of T1/E1 traffic to the carrier TDM network.
A typical telecom network offering is based around traffic management of bandwidth over its TDM network (either SONET or SDH).
The company is building a next generation VoIP and TDM network based on carrier class technologies from Cisco Systems and Microsoft.
"Why make costly infrastructure upgrades when you can use today's TDM network to deliver tomorrow's high-speed services?"
The main expected benefits of this market are not exhaustive details a) computer network - Complete overhaul of URS C A' network and distribution switches,- The establishment of POE distribution switches on all technical facilities;b) telephone network - The establishment of a network telephone network to all sites,- The introduction of IP phones on the LAN;c) DECT TDM network - The establishment of a DECT network TDM on 3 of the 4 sites- Copper wiring DECT terminals;d) installation and migration in the rules of art of all facilities;e) training of all users and managers;f) the set of project monitoring services;g) a one year warranty on all equipment deployed;h) maintenance than a year after the warranty period.
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Traffic could enter from the WAN on a TDM network but be destined for an IP customer.