Telecom Server Platform (TSP) is a platform for server and control nodes requiring the highest level of availability and scalability in existing and future IP multimedia networks. It offers a unique combination of scalable capacity...
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Telecom Server Platform (TSP) is a platform for server and control nodes requiring the highest level of availability and scalability in existing and future IP multimedia networks. It offers a unique combination of scalable capacity, real-time characteristics, high availability, and service retainability. TSP is based on the concept of openness. The Operation and Maintenance (O&M) has an interface openness for the operators and uses Linux as the operating system. The Dicos operating system is used for the demanding real-time tasks. An open development environment based on several commercial tools is provided for application designers using the languages C, C++, or Java. TSP interoperates with applications on other types of platforms, and supports open protocols for network signaling such as SS7, Diameter, SCTP, TCP, UDP, or IP. TSP has a cluster of loosely coupled central processors that allows scaling from very small systems to nodes with multiple processors. Extremely powerful as well as small or medium sized server nodes can be created, and their capacity can be increased by adding new processors. High availability and reliability is achieved by the cluster software design and a distributed database. All board components — power and Ethernet ports, for example — are duplicated. The hardware can be swapped with zero downtime (hot-swapping) during operations.