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Business and residential customers of these service providers had no backup to these networks. They were without service for weeks after the disaster. Financial losses and inconvenience as a result of this extended outage in terms of dollars and cents is incalculable. These customers had bought into the telco myth of the invincibility of the PSTN. The American PSTN can be described as having a centralized architecture. The telephone companies have not built redundancy into their networks. Almost all cities and towns across the nation rely on one hub or central office, meaning that if that hub were destroyed, that city would lose all land-line telephone connectivity with the outside world. Even with the growth of CLECs, fewer than 10 percent of those CLECs have facilities truly separate from the RBOCS. Between 1990 and 1999, the number of RBOC central offices grew less than one percent to a nationwide total of 9,968, while the total number of phone lines grew by 34 percent according to the FCC.3 This trend toward a more centralized infrastructure poses the risk of thousands if not millions of subscribers being left without phone service when their central office suffers a catastrophic casualty. The only real backup for many subscribers when their central office fails is a cell phone. The introduction of an alternative network infrastructure offers backup to the subscriber in the event of PSTN failure.
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Softswitch as an Alternative to Class 4 and Class 5
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Although too late for the failed new market entrants of the telecom boom of the late 1990 s, new technologies have arrived on the market that provide a low-cost alternative to Class 4 and 5 switches in both purchase price and cost of maintenance. These technologies are Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and softswitch. Softswitch provides the call control or intelligence for managing a call over an Internet Protocol (IP) or other network. Industry traditionalists disparage these technologies as lacking the qualities of the Class 4 and 5 switches that made them the standards of the industry for the last 25 years. Those qualities are reliability, scalability, quality of service (QoS), features, and signaling. Many have argued that VoIP and softswitch
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technologies must match Class 4 and 5 switches in such qualities before their deployment in a market environment is feasible. That time has come. Not only do VoIP and softswitch compare favorably in function and quality with Class 4 and 5 switching, but they deliver services not possible with Class 4 and 5 switches. This could potentially generate additional revenues for service providers, making them more profitable than incumbent service providers armed with Class 4 and 5 switches.
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Reliability
The chief concern service providers have when comparing competitive technology to Class 4 and 5 switches is reliability. Class 4 and 5 switches have a reputation for the five 9s of reliability. That is, they will be in service 99.999 percent of the time. Engineering a voice-switching solution to achieve five nines is neither black magic nor a mandate from heaven on golden tablets. It is a matter of meticulously engineering into the solution the elements of redundancy, no single point of failure, and Network Equipment Building Standards (NEBS) to a point where, when figuring in planned downtime, the solution has five minutes or less of downtime per year. Many softswitch solutions now offer five 9s or better reliability.
Scalability
Of secondary importance to service providers is the scalability of a technological competitor to a Class 4 or 5 switch. To compete with a Class 4 or 5 switch, a softswitch solution must scale up to 100,000 DS0s (phone lines or ports). Softswitch solutions, by virtue of new, high-density media gateways, now match or exceed 100,000 DS0s in one 7-foot rack, as opposed to the 39 racks that it takes a Class 4 or 5 switch to make that many DS0s. One significant advantage of softswitch solutions over Class 4 and 5 switches in regards to scalability is they can scale down to as little as two-port media gateways or even one port in the case of IP handsets, allowing unlimited flexibility in deployment. The minimum configuration for a Class 4 switch, for example, is 480 DS0s.
Quality of Service (QoS)
Early VoIP applications garnered a reputation for poor QoS. First available in 1995, these applications were often characterized by using personal
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