The ADTRAN® ATLAS™ 830 Integrated Access Device (IAD) is a multi-function, modular platform that provides voice, data, video, and Internet connectivity and WAN access to reduce overall telecommunication expenses.
The Adtran ATLAS 830 is an eight slot, modular platform that supports up to 34 T1/PRIs or 32 E1s and offers a series of hot-swappable option modules, allowing the system to satisfy many applications in corporate networks. The ATLAS 830 chassis includes two independent software programmable network interfaces that can be configured for T1, DSX-1, or PRI operation.
Some of the Key points about the Adtran Atlas 830
The Atlas 830 functions as a multi-T1 or T3 IAD, 3/1/0 DACS, NxT1 Inverse Multiplexer, ISDN switch, IP router, and Frame Relay concentrator/switch and video switch.
Atlas 830 switchboard supports circuit switching applications such as intelligent call routing , overbooking and least-cost routing based on phone numbers in the dial plan.
The Atlas 830 supports switched PRI delivered over T3.
Two built-in network interfaces of the Atlas 830 are each independently configurable for T1, DSX-1, or PRI operation.
The Adtran Atlas 830 supports up to 34 T1/PRI ports.
E1, PRA, and BRI S/T interfaces for global applications are also supported by the Atlas 830.
Net-3 and Net-5 Euro-ISDN protocols are supported by the Adtran Atlas 830.
Maximum backplane bandwidth for TDM applications is 30 T1s through the Atlas 830 chassis.
The Atlas 830 has a 10/100BaseT Ethernet LAN interface for SNMP/Telnet management and routing.
The Adtran Atlas 830 includes IP router software with support for PPP and Frame Relay Layer 2 protocols.
The Adtran Atlas 830 accepts all ATLAS 800 Series modules.
There is an optional redundant power supply available on the Adtran Atlas 830.
The Adtran Atlas 830 can be a standalone unit or rackmounted.
Atlas 830 Base units