Nokia 7705 Service Aggregation Router
The Nokia 7705 Service Aggregation Router portfolio includes industry leading IP/MPLS and pseudowire capabilities in multiple compact platforms that can reliably and securely aggregate multiple media, service and transport protocols on an economical packet transport infrastructure. 7705 SAR was designed for legacy to packet transformation on fixed or mobile networks. It is perfect for operators seeking mobile backhaul solutions as well as industries or governments delivering both legacy and advanced IP services.
The 7705 SAR is available in multiple compact platforms that reduce equipment footprint and energy costs. These platforms deliver highly available services over a wide variety of network topologies. Strong QoS capabilities deliver customer satisfaction and the ability to differentiate service levels.
As a member of the industry-leading Nokia Service Router product portfolio, the 7705 SAR runs the Nokia Service Router Operating System (SR OS) and is managed by the 5620 Service Aware Manager for high performance end-to-end service delivery and management.
Equips networks for future needs
Accommodates bandwidth growth needs with unprecedented IP and MPLS scale
Enables seamless migration from circuit-based to IP/MPLS-based transport to lower operating costs and add new services
Supports multiple services over a wide range of transport media
Extends service routing to remote sites, hubs and network edges in rugged, compact platforms
Increases service delivery reliability
Deep buffering and both ingress and egress shaping provide excellent packet routing performance with differentiated service treatment
Microsecond timing and accurate synchronization support mobile base station requirements and the migration of TDM-based services onto the packet network
Provides network reconvergence in tens of milliseconds using a strong suite of dynamic routing and recovery capabilities
One-for-one hitless control and switch module failover
Safeguards against cyber attacks
7705 SAR firewall is application aware and mitigates attacks such as DNS/ICMP replay
Encryption removes man-in-the-middle attacks by dropping packets that can’t be decrypted
Security features introduce minimum latency and maximum throughput