Ericsson BSP 8100 is blade server platform designed to run virtual or native telecom workloads in central office environments. Its software-defined hyperconverged architecture allows it to distribute workloads from multiple virtual network functions (VNF) across all the compute resources of its individual blade servers. Ericsson BSP 8100 is NEBS3 compliant.
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OUR KEY BENEFITS
Software defined hyperconverged infrastructure optimized for demanding environments through NEBS3 compliance and fully redundant hardware and software configuration The inbuilt tracing and health check functions support trouble free operations.
The software defined infrastructure enables vPODs (virtual performance-optimized datacenters) for both native and/or virtualized workloads. Flexible and compact deployment options with small footprint, low noise and low power consumption.
Ericsson BSP 8100 is based on Intel x86 technology supporting any server application, both Ericsson and third party, needing telecom grade availability.
- XL Axiata to deploy Ericsson 5G-ready cloud core technology
- Liberty Latin America selects Ericsson for major network evolution
- China Telecom and China Unicom select Ericsson 5G
- Ericsson selected as China Mobile 5G RAN and core network vendor
- Ericsson chosen in Altice Portugal for fixed Telephony
- Erillisverkot Finland chooses Ericsson 5G Core for next-generation public safety network
- SmarTone selects Ericsson’s 5G to power digitalization in Hong Kong
- Ericsson’s 5G platform adds unique core and business communication capabilities (Ericsson Cloud Native Infrastructure launch)
- Ericsson to modernize Telekom Albania core and radio networks
- Ericsson and Telstra achieve container-based commercial Evolved Packet Core milestone
- Bharti Airtel selects Ericsson’s 5G-ready Cloud Packet Core to boost network performance
- Ericsson launches enhanced 5G deployment options (Ericsson Edge NFVI launch)
- Telkomsel Indonesia to deploy Ericsson core in preparation for 5G
- Telekom Srbija and Ericsson go live with Core network virtualized functions
- Mobily deploys Ericsson full stack Telecom Cloud
- Telefónica presents an innovative way to broadcast and produce television with 5G
- Telecom Egypt and Ericsson go live with 5G Cloud Core Network
- Ericsson and Intel jointly develop next-generation software defined infrastructure for the 5G era
- Ericsson and Panasonic Avionics bringing connectivity to the skies with 5G-ready platform
- Ericsson and Swisscom get 5G ready for business
- Ericsson to transform Wind Tre core network in Italy
- Melita chooses Ericsson as strategic 5G partner
- Ericsson to automate Cloud Execution Environment (CEE) for NTT DOCOMO
- Eastlink upgrades VoLTE services with Ericsson in Canada
- Ericsson to modernize and manage TELE-POST’s network in Greenland
- Entel extends network partnership towards 5G with Ericsson
- Ericsson and Swisscom go live with Telco cloud
- Ericsson and Telkomcel launch 4G services in Timor Leste
- Zain Iraq to deploy Ericsson virtual EPC
- Telstra advances cloud media delivery
- Ericsson and Cisco to virtualize Vodafone Hutchison Australia's core and IP network
2016 and earlier
- Tampnet selects Ericsson for LTE and virtualized core network
- Ericsson adds cloud capabilities to accelerate LG Uplus transition to NFV and SDN
- Telefonica selects Ericsson for global UNICA program
- Swisscom selects Ericsson for telco cloud infrastructure and NFV of core network functions
- Telstra deploys Ericsson Telecom Cloud in full stack
- SoftBank deploys Ericsson virtual MME and Ericsson Cloud Platform
- Ericsson and Telefónica deploy first cloud-based VoLTE in Colombia
- Ericsson selected as solution partner for Network Virtualization platform and Cloud Manager by NTT DOCOMO
Through its NEBS3 compliance, small footprint, and energy efficient configurations, Ericsson BSP 8100 is an optimal product for central office modernization and consolidation. All key components are duplicated and possible to replace at in-service operation (hot swappable), offering 99,999% availability. It is tailored to fit the needs of scalable telecom server applications with high requirements for networking capacity and processing capabilities.
Its software-defined hyperconverged architecture enables you to configure the resources of its blade servers into virtual performance-optimized datacenters to host both native and virtualized workloads. When those vPODs are no longer needed, you can return their resources to the common pool for use by other workloads, reducing your need for spare hardware resources.
Several applications (tenants) can co-exist within the same blade server. Each tenant has its own set of blades (compute and storage resources), and tenants share the switching infrastructure. This provides a complete application separation and predictable behavior for capacity and availability.
The capturing unit provides built-in protocol tracing for any application hosted at an installation. It captures, stores, decodes, and presents protocol information to support, for example, fast and efficient troubleshooting and customer complaint follow up. The built-in health check function ensures that the configuration is correct at all times.
BSP 8100 leverages Ericsson’s extensive telecom industry experience to manage the system, the VNFs, and service deployment. This management capability includes extensive operational and business system support (OSS/BSS), configurations, transport layer, performance, faults, and hardware and software versions and updates.
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