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HUAWEI & NSN SOFTSWITCH

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  • #60486 Reply
    asxam
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    i would like to ask about huawei and nokia siemens soft switches advantages\disadvantages
    who has an experinecs with them please tell me also the service of each vendor

    #60487 Reply
    Sergey
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    Any body answer help for your?

    #60488 Reply
    Mick
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    Of course, NSN (ex-Siemens) SoftSwitch much more better, than Huawei

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    john
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    how to design a CDMA20001x softswich

    #60490 Reply
    Renan
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    Dear Asxam,

    Having handled both equipment, I am sharing you my honest observation with regards to the two so far.

    Huawei softwitch e.g. SoftX3000 is an easy start up and inexpensive equipment. Having both GUI and CLI input options, it proves to be more user-friendly. However, during the course of operation it tends to be unreliable most of the time.

    NSN or Nokia Siemens Network on the hand, e.g. HiQ 8000 is a pricey equipment yet dependable. If you are comfortable with CLI, then you will be fine. And given that it is from NSN, uptime is expected to meet 99.999% “five nines” reliability.

    If cost is not an object for your consideration, it is best to go with NSN. After all, dependability comes with a high price tag.

    Regards,

    Renan

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