Runcom DSL/Cable Gateway
Runcom SG-BA is a Service Creation Gateway for broadband networks
offers service providers dynamic service creation capabilities that are
optimized for the delivery of value-added services to their broadband
customers. Designed to promote and deliver dynamic IP-based services such
as content and bandwidth on demand, the SG-BA offers unique architectural
and operational advantages for the profitable deployment of new, advanced
services. This next-generation platform provides improved scalability and
configuration flexibility, easy and economical service definition and
enforcement procedures, and reduced integration expenses. Combined, these
advantages deliver a faster time to profit with lower up-front capital
The SG-BA network integration capability simplifies the system's integration
with the existing network, which shortens time-to-market for new valueadded
services, decreases the total cost of ownership including maintenance,
and facilitates training. The SG-BA integrates well with existing network
devices such as a BRAS (Broadband Remote Access Server), dialup RAS,
CMTS (Cable Modem Termination Systems) and WLAN Access Points. The
SG-BA also integrates easily with existing or third-party portals, operation
and support systems, and management and billing. The SG-BA enables any
portal to handle user interactive service selection and subscription, regardless
of the access or aggregation devices terminating the calls.
SG-BA is a flexible platform, easy to use and easy to integrate, which
enables the wire-line service provider to create various service scenarios.
DSL/Cable Gateway network architecture
SG-BA acts as service gateway from broadband access in wire-line networks.
In a typical network topology SG-BA can either terminate Native IP traffic,
PPPoE sessions or the L2TP tunnels initiated by a BRAS or by the end users.
It authenticates the users' sessions and allocates their IP addresses. Its
topology allows the operator to support virtually any third party network
(VISPs), allowing the users to receive different services from different
Network architecture – General view