Service Deployment System (SDX-300)
The SDX-300 is a highly scalable, advanced IP service creation platform designed to individualize and enhance the customer experience. It allows you to rapidly create and deploy a raft of new revenue-generating services.
Juniper Networks SDX-300 is a task-focused software-based policy server that identifies, allocates, and modifies network resources in response to subscriber and application requests, privileges, and priorities. The SDX-300 supports a variety of optional features — such as the Admission Control Plug (ACP), which authorizes and tracks the use of network resources and enables application aware call admission control (CAC) — as well as Web portals that extend service control to individual users and administrators.
The SDX-300 also supports a variety of optional gateways that extend its functionality.
- Diameter Gateway: Allows the SDX-300 to provide centralized RACF/PDF policy server functions in IMS/TISPAN environments, and can identify, allocate, and reserve network resources to support Session Border Controller (SBC) requested sessions. Ensures a high-quality experience for VoIP and other interactive IP communication sessions.
- SOAP Gateway: Allows the SDX-300 to communicate directly with applications to identify, allocate, and reserve network resources. Ensures a high-quality experience for video content, business applications, and premium services.
- Volume Tracking Application: Allows the SDX-300 to track service usage to enable creative business and service models. Also enables interaction between the SDX-300 and customer care, billing, security, and other support systems by tracking the volume of data used by subscribers and applications. The SDX-300 can use this information to block or limit network resources on a per-subscriber or per-application basis.
- Threat Mitigation Portal: Allows the SDX-300 to modify the network (e.g., rate limit or terminate sessions, or quarantine abusive/infected users) based on events generated by security products.
Utilizes carrier-class architecture
A directory-enabled, distributed architecture provides the scalability, reliability, and performance required for next-generation networks.
Holds down operating expenses by enabling a wide range of flexible services and billing models over a converged network infrastructure.
Ensures consistent quality of experience
Identifies subscribers and their privileges, grants them access to services, and dynamically provisions their selected service(s) with the appropriate level of network resources based on pre-defined policies. It also uses policy-based admission control, dynamic traffic engineering, and intelligent bandwidth management to provide quality of service to subscribers, sessions, and applications on a dynamic, end-to-end basis.
Maximizes branding and customer self-serve opportunities
Provides customers with rapid portal development ability through documented sample portals supplied for Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) application servers. Customers can use the templates to create highly personalized Web pages, and even dynamically select and modify their services, which increases market appeal and service differentiation.
Supports open interfaces for simple integration
Widely adopted, standards-based open interfaces maximize SDX-300 interoperability with the broadest range of network elements, applications, and OSS/BSS platforms. Third-party network elements and applications can also be integrated to enable end-to-end resource control in multivendor networks.
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