Carrier-class and evolvable network architecture
The separate control and forwarding architecture of the ZXR10 V6000 vBRAS allows the control plane to use software virtualization to overcome the resource shortness encountered by the traditional BRAS devices to implement the service control. The NP-based high-performance forwarding pool answers the call of massive sessions and high bandwidth of carrier-class broadband networks.
The X86 forwarding pool coexisting with the NP-based high-performance forwarding pool on the network shares the sessions known for low bandwidth and weak QoS. The combination of the two forwarding pools that leads to synergic optimization of the operator’s network services and resources facilitates the development of the operator’s network elements and network architecture at the same time.
Full-service and highly reliable networks
The ZXR10 V6000 vBRAS is entrusted with all capability of the existing BRAS/SR: BRAS services based upon full virtualization, hybrid SR services, powerful CGN service and high-performance H-QoS make full service coverage come true.
The cloudified control plane and naturally pooled high-performance forwarding pool enable more reliable network elements; All the components on the control layer running in redundant backup modes enables seamless service switchover when single component breaks down; Perfect load balance and elastic scaling feature ensures rational utilization of the resources on the control plane; And protection offered by the forwarding pool and inborn load redundancy are more flexible and reliable than the hot backup technology of the traditional BRAS.
Full-graphics and superfast management platform
The ZXR10 V6000 vBRAS uses TECS the self-developed virtualization management platform to download the vBRAS template packages via one touch, to create vBRAS instances rapidly and to display vBRAS logical topology clearly. It enables superfast one-touch instance deployment.
The unified full graphic network management adopted on both the control and forwarding planes brings in clearer network resources, more transparent service quality and simper troubleshooting. It greatly reduces OAM workload while enhancing the OAM efficiency.