The Cisco Service and Application Module for IP provides high-performance, scalable, distributed service processing for the Cisco 7600 Series Routers. The module enables service providers to deploy, provision, and manage value-added services at the networ
The Cisco Service and Application Module for IP provides high-performance, scalable, distributed service processing for the Cisco 7600 Series Routers. The module enables service providers to deploy, provision, and manage value-added services at the network edge. This innovative service module delivers the most comprehensive set of edge aggregation services for fixed-line and mobile operators worldwide.
The Cisco Service and Application Module for IP is supported on the Cisco 7600 Series platforms to deliver the performance, density, and scalability required for comprehensive IP service delivery in large-scale deployments. It combines subscriber management features and functions with Tier-1-class routing to enable service providers to deliver new, competitive IP services to their subscribers.
Cisco 7600 Series Routers are the industry-leading edge devices that deliver robust, high-performance features for a range of service provider edge applications and enterprise metropolitan-area network (MAN) and WAN applications. Coupled with the broadest set of interfaces and innovative, adaptive network processing technology, the Cisco 7600 Series Routers lead the industry with integrated Ethernet and private-line aggregation capabilities. This unique combination enables operators to improve operational efficiency at the network edge while maximizing return on investment.
Highly Scalable Architecture
The Cisco Service and Application Module for IP consists of a base board and two daughter boards occupying a single slot in a Cisco 7600 Series chassis. The module supports switching fabric interface, constellation bus interface, network processor subsystems, and multiple processor subsystems for added performance and capacity. It has a fixed configuration. The daughter board has internal interfaces for one DDR2 MiniDIMM per processor and one Compact Flash. Three processor subsystems are implemented on the daughter card.