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Access Aggregation

Our MSAN platform is able to handle aggregation of all network traffic using Aggregator MSANs (AMSAN) and the Fibre MSANs (FMSAN). Aggregating traffic in the access and metro network dramatically reduces cost and complexity in the core of the network. Both incumbent and new service providers can make substantial savings by adding Fujitsu aggregators to their network.

  • The AMSAN enables broadband traffic from individual Copper MSANs (CMSAN) to be concentrated into a single backhaul. Designed for larger exchanges, Fujitsu’s AMSAN handles up to 22 thousand lines per system and underlines the scalability of our platform.
  • The FMSAN incorporates Layer 2 and TDM switching, to handle aggregation at multiple network layers. The multiple switches perform both VLAN and TDM cross-connections and provide non-blocking switching and grooming for large numbers of access ports each of which can carry multiple services. A typical MSAN shelf can aggregate from ten to a thousand access ports onto a single, protected network interface.

Case Studies

  • Ireland , Industry: Retail-Wholesale
    International Rugby Board: Web Content Management Solution

    Based on the success of the initial www.irb.com MCMS project the IRB have selected Fujitsu to be their strategic partner into the future, with responsibility to deliver and support all online properties and other business applications. Tags:

  • Ireland , Industry: Retail-Wholesale
    International Rugby Board: Enhanced Internal IT Applications

    Fujitsu have carried out a number of projects for the IRB that have designed and developed all templates and scripts required to deliver functionality for all their websites within Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) 2002. Tags:

  • United Kingdom , Industries: Food & Beverage , Retail-Wholesale
    Mitchells & Butlers Improves Data Centers and Networks with Fujitsu

    Mitchells & and Butlers is the UK’s leading restaurant and pub operator with 1,600 sites, including well-known brands such as Harvester, Toby Carvery, Browns, O’Neill’s and All Bar One. It employs 38,000 people and has annual sales of close to £2 billion. Tags:

  • Australia , Industry: Retail-Wholesale
    Caltex increases services level through Fujitsu Service Connect

    As a long-term Fujitsu customer, Caltex turned to Fujitsu Service Connect, which gives users the ability to manage IT solutions, incident resolution and overall IT service through a reliable, central portal. Tags: IT infrastructure

  • Serbia , Industry: Retail-Wholesale
    DIS Migrates Private Cloud to Fujitsu PRIMERGY Blade Servers

    DIS is Serbia’s largest domestic retail chain with stores across the country and over 420 franchise partners. Tags: IT infrastructure , Legacy Modernization

  • Russia , Industry: Retail-Wholesale
    KARI Installs Fujitsu PRIMERGY Servers

    KARI is an international chain of stores selling fashion footwear and accessories for men and women. The brand is a household name in Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan. It runs a total of over 570 stores. KARI currently has 430 stores operating in Russia. Tags: IT infrastructure

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