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Title: Netware technologies


1

netware technologies
(A Divn. Of Asian Contec
Ltd.)
COMMUNICATION CABLE SYSTEMS AND
CONNECTIVITY
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NETWARE TECHNOLOGIES

MIRAPOINT
  • Messaging Solutions

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Who Is Netware?
  • Netware Technologies is a leading provider of
    networking and connectivity products to domestic
    and international markets.
  • We design networks, deliver products and install
    networks for our customers.
  • Our strength continues to be supply of cost
    effective Telecom Cable Systems and connectivity
    products to global standards while providing
    unmatched commitment to quality and delivery.
  • Netware technologies is poised to be a logical
    partner to Corporate seeking world class
    networking products.
  • In its endeavor to bring state of the art
    technologies in the country Netware has tied
    hands with Mirapoint the world wide leader in
    Messaging Solutions.

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Agenda
  • Overview
  • Messaging Industry Trends
  • Vision Architecture
  • Products
  • Deployment Scenarios
  • Summary


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Why Focus On Messaging?
  • E-mail volumes continue to grow
  • Mailboxes Worldwide to Grow dramatically 500M
    in 2000 growing to 1.2B in 2005 (Source IDC)
  • 3G Mobile services projections remain strong
  • gt1B mobile internet users by 2005 (Source IDC
    R.Stephens)
  • Wireless messaging volume continues to grow
    faster
  • than other applications
  • 50 Billion SMS Messages in 2001 (Source IIR)
  • DoCoMo i-mode messaging traffic overtaking
  • all other forms of mobile internet services as
    of Sept.
  • 2001 there were 27M i-mode subscribers
  • Internet messaging is the killer application for
  • wireless and future mobile commerce

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Messaging Has Become Utility Service
  • Messaging is core wireline/wireless service
  • Email is not SPs core competency its a
    must-have to compete!
  • Revenue in value-added services not baseline
    email
  • Messaging market is mature
  • Clearly defined standards
  • Broad adoption regular usage
  • Key business drivers
  • Ease-of-management
  • Lower total cost of ownership
  • Appliance approach has been proven
  • Purpose-built solutions from Cisco (routing),
    Network Appliance (file servers), CacheFlow
    (cache), F5 (load-balancing), others

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The 5 Key Elements of Messaging Infrastructure
  • Message store service Holds and saves users
    messages
  • Inbound message routing service Routes messages
    to the appropriate message store for final
    delivery
  • Outbound message routing service Routes
    messages from users to the Internet for delivery
    to the final (message store) destination
  • Message switching (client access proxy)
    service Determines which message store a users
    messages reside on, and connects the users
    client software to that message store
  • Directory service Manages the identification
    and location that directs the routing of messages
    and authentication of and access for users


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Single System Architecture

In a Single System architecture the message
servers also act as the Inbound and Outbound
routers and message switch. These Systems are
designed with commercial software packages such
as Sun internet mail server which run on OS like
UNIX on high end hardware server platforms.
Internet
Message Servers
Clients
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Drawbacks of Conventional E-mail Architectures
  • The application software itself is quite
    complex, because it handles all three aspects of
    e-mail functionality routing, storage, and
    switching. The more complex the software, the
    greater the opportunity for error.
  • The hardware itself is very expensive and there
    is a single point of failure. Failure in any one
    component of the architecture can bring the
    entire system to a standstill.
  • The system is not scalable and to be prepared
    for a future growth, the service provider has to
    buy expensive gear upfront and wait for the users
    to fill the capacity.
  • This architecture cannot be deployed quickly and
    is difficult to manage, particularly remotely
    over the internet. It is also expensive to
    manage, requiring the number of experts (UNIX or
    NT experts) and hardware experts.
  • The operating system supporting the application
    software is also not optimized for e-mail, which
    hinders the capabilities of the system itself.

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Distributed System Architecture
INTERNETCLOUD
MESSAGESWITCH
MESSAGE STORAGE
ROUTERS
CLIENTS
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Advantages of Distributed System Architecture
  • Provides much greater reliability by eliminating
    single point of failure. No single component
    failure can bring down the entire system because
    the functions are spread amongst multiple
    systems.
  • It provides more flexibility as it allows
    companies to spend on infrastructure on a need
    basis.
  • It provides a significantly lower cost of
    ownership as the scaling of the infrastructure
    doesnt require replacing one system with an
    entirely new system.
  • It allows remote deployment which can be
    centrally managed, so no IT expertise is needed
    at the remote site.
  • It enables split deployment. Companies can keep
    their legacy mail stores and can adopt to
    scalable solutions in early phases and can switch
    over completely in the later stages.

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The Mirapoint Advantage
Traditional E - mail
Mirapoint Solutions
vs
Complex
Simple
Affordable
Costly
Scalable
Unscalable

Revenue Gain
Revenue Loss
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Mirapoints Appliance Approach

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Mirapoint Feature Overview

Message Director

Access
Store
  • IMAP, POP, Web
  • Wireless Access
  • Calendar
  • Address Book
  • Unified Comm.
  • Route
  • Integrated RAID Storage
  • On-line Backup/Restore
  • Unified Logging
  • High-Availability
  • Administration Tools
  • SMTP Relay
  • Integrated LDAP
  • Anti-spam
  • Virus protection
  • Message Filters

Manage
  • User Management
  • Authentication
  • Delegated Admin
  • Class of Service

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Mirapoint Multi Tier Architecture

Internet
SMTP SMTP
Message Directors
Route
Message Servers
LDAP
Store
Internet Directory
Message Directors
Manage
Access
SMTP
POP, IMAP, Web, Wireless Clients
  • Proven scalability to millions of users
  • Plug-and-play, modular messaging components

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Mirapoint Message Store Messagebase
  • Message store components tuned for messaging
  • - Optimized database and file system (patent-
  • pending)
  • - Distinct transaction logs for faster reboots
  • - Inter-process synchronization (better
    performance
  • vs. NFS)
  • - Database stores metadata (user and mailbox
    data,
  • including flags, quotas, ACLs )
  • - File system stores email messages
    attachments
  • Memory management optimization
  • Single-copy message store
  • Integrated RAID subsystem, disk drives
  • backup/restore process
  • Hardware features for improved availability

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Mirapoint Directory Performance
Working Set Size (Operations per second)


Database Size (Number of entries)
  • Simple search performance of random database
    entry by a single indexed attribute with a warm
    cache (operations/second)
  • Takes into account update rate of 1 constant.
  • Benchmark intended to provide real-world
    performance for determining implementation
    tradeoffs

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Mirapoint Customer Example

Gate Server
Gate Keeper
HTTP RTP
ASR
HTTP RTP
H.225 RAS
Called
Phone
TTS
RTP
H.323 H225 RAS RTP
LDAP
H.323 RTP
DS300
IMAP SMTP
Fax
LDAP
PSTN
ISDN
/PRI
IMAP SMTP Web Wap
VOIP Gateway
Calling Phone
MSC
BSC
MR200
VXML
M2000
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Mirapoint Hardware Features

  • Redundant hot-swappable power supplies, cords
    UPS
  • Redundant hot-swappable fans
  • ECC memory
  • SCSI or FC RAID disk (up to 1TB)
  • Battery backed, high performance RAID disk
    controller
  • Front-panel keypad and hardware watchdog
  • Audible and visual alarms on failure
  • Three 10/100 ethernet support for gigabit
    ethernet
  • Support for multiple head failover

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Mirapoints Software Architecture
  • Mirapoints operating system ( MOS ) is small
    and efficient. It was designed for one purpose to
    deliver an optimal operating environment for
    Internet message routing, storage and access.
  • Very compact to uses only the code required to
    perform the task thus reduces any opportunity
    for system error, which in turn enhances system
    performance with less hardware.
  • It is a very secure system as the intruders have
    no way to access it because there are no exposed
    commands or executables that could render it
    vulnerable to attack. The operating system
    installs in 15 minutes and runs without
    maintenance and has a proven up time of 99.99.
  • The administrative user interface has only 33
    major commands and an intuitive GUI, user error
    is virtually eliminated. Mirapoint charges no
    user fees thus enabling the companies and ISPs
    to freely add users without any incremental
    costs.

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Best-of-Breed Direct Access Technology


MessageBase
Integrated Administration Tools
Database
File System
Direct Access TechnologyTM
POP
SMTP
LDAP
IMAP
HTML
WAP
i-mode
XML
  • Easy-to-deploy and manage appliance approach
  • Universal access to all messages (voice, email,
    fax)
  • Integrated platform for management, routing,
    storage access
  • Native support for Internet standards

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Mirapoint Wireless Advantages

  • WAP i-mode support for email, calendar and
    address book
  • - Fast time-to-market of new services
  • - Direct Access technology
  • Nokia, WAP, i-mode micro-browser support
  • WAP phone use with out logging in (get session
    id)
  • Logging API
  • - Secure reliable logging interface
  • - Billing or reporting
  • - Notifications to phone/device Filtering
    rules for email
  • management
  • - Integration points for SMS-based
    notifications
  • Future support for EMS/MMS services

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Vodafone Customer Example

  • Mirapoint selected for Vodafone Global Platform
  • - More than 500K wireless web messaging
    users today
  • - Current deployments in Australia, Egypt,
    Romania
  • - Competitors included Openwave iPlanet
  • - Migrated from InfoSpace
  • Mirapoint provides wireless web-based services
  • - Email, calendar, address book, to-do
    list
  • - Customized branded UIs
  • - Anti-virus protection
  • - Tight integration with Vodafone portal
    framework
  • - Platform for future advanced services,
    like location-based

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Vodafone Architecture


SMS
WAP
HTTP
HTTP
Internet
Wireless ? TCP/IP Gateway
Vodafone/Mirapoint Deployments
Mirapoint MD300 Message Directors (2)
Romania
Egypt
Australia
Mirapoint M2500 Message Servers (6)
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Vodafone Branded Webmail


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VeriSign Customer Example

  • Mirapoint selected for VeriSign Mail Platform
  • - Growth to 1.5M users
  • - Current deployments in U.S.
  • - Migrated 850K mailboxes/500K domains from
    Critical Path
  • - Including all account info, ie. filters,
    address book, vacation
  • messages, message forwarding rules
  • Mirapoint provides messaging platform
  • - Provides email (POP, IMAP, Web), calendar
    address book
  • - Multi-tier architecture for rapidly adding
    capacity services
  • - Incremental branding updates (based on
    domains)
  • - APP interface provides gateway to existing
    provisioning
  • system preserved VeriSign engineering
    investment
  • - Class of service controls billing on
    protocol access quotas

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VeriSign Architecture For 1.5M Users


SONET
Internet
Cisco 6509
Cisco 6509
100Mbps

Nokia 650 Firewall
Nokia 650 Firewall
Mirapoint MD300 (switch)
Mirapoint MD300 (switch)
F5 BigIP Load-balancer (2)
Mirapoint MD300 relay (7) MD2500 store (7)
LDAP master
Web Server
External DNS
Internal DNS
Mirapoint DS300 (3)
slave
slave
Cisco 6506 (2)
Sun HW Veritas (NDMP relay)
StorageTek L700
Internal Provisioning (APP integration)
Cisco 7206
Nokia 650 Firewall (2)
Mirapoint MD300 (2) (NDMP relay)
Ultra SCSI
Cisco 2611
VeriSign Internal Network
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VeriSign Branded Webmail


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Telephony, Data, Wireless Convergence

Data
Internet Standards E-mail ? Unified
Communications
Webmail
Voicemail
SMS
POP/IMAP Email POP/IMAP Email
Wireless
Telephony
WAP/i-mode
  • Access to any message, from any device, anytime
  • Unified infrastructure to route, store manage
    all
  • message.
  • Support for open Internet standards


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Platform For Value-added Services

 
Business

Fax
Voicemail
Personal
Calendar
U.C.
InternetEmail
Hosting
Delegated admin.
Address book
IMAP
POP
LDAP
Webmail
Notifications
Remote access
Commerce
Text messaging
  • Email is sticky service to generate initial
    subscriber loyalty
  • Service Providers need to differentiate evolve
    services
  • Better attract and retain customers stimulate
    usage

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Mirapoints Email Appliance Integrated,
Optimized Easy To Manage



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Mirapoints Email Appliance


Unified Communications
Wireless Infrastructure
3rd-Party U.C. Solution (CMG, MediaGate, CTI2.
Interactive intelligence)
Mobile Access Gateways (WML, HDML, cHTML)
Messaging Integration
SMSC/MMSC Gateway
Legacy Mail Store (MSFT Exchange, IBM Lotus)

Portal Services
OSS/BSS Integration
Mirapoint Operating System
Portal Application Mgmt. Platform
LDAP
Provisioning System
Mirapoint Administration Management
Billing System
Logging API
Reporting System
Mirapoint System Services
Network
NFS
RAID
RAID
RAID
SAN
Backup Restore
Veritas Backup
Legato Backup
NDMP
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Total Cost of Ownership
 

Mirapoint has the industry's lowest total
cost of ownership (TCO) for messaging services,
compared to competitive solutions. Based on the
recently published "Messaging Total Cost of
Ownership" report from The Radicati Group,
Mirapoint has secured the lowest total cost of
ownership for service providers in the messaging
solutions industry.
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Total Cost of Ownership
Source The Radicati Group  

Comparison of Leading Service Provider Messaging
Vendors(Based on TCO per user for one and three
year periods)
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Why Choose Mirapoint ?

  • Low Total Cost of Ownership
  • Appliance approach (integrated hardware
  • software
  • Scale-as-you-grow vertical horizontal
  • scalibility
  • - Fast deployment, easy management
  • Mirapoint Technology
  • Optimized message store (file system and
  • database)
  • Native Internet standards support,
  • including LDAP
  • Proven performance (Specmail)

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Why Choose Mirapoint ?

  • Customer Experience
  • - Flexible anytime, anywhere client access
  • - Customizable, brandable web-based UIs
  • Platform for Value-Added Services
  • - Wireless, Unified communications
  • Calendar, Address Book, To-do List

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Key Clients

  • Network solutions
  • Vodafone
  • Cisco Systems
  • China telecom
  • BMW
  • Time Warner
  • Ford
  • Cox communications
  • Net Cologne

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Summary
  • Internet
  • Standards
  • Rapid
  • Deployment

Dial-tone Reliable
  • Value-added
  • Services
  • Scales to
  • Millions

Easy Management
Low TCO
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Thank you
  • We thank you for your kind perusal of our
    presentation on messaging solutions.
  • In case you require any further information,
    please email us at
  • neeraj_at_netwaretechnologies.org or
  • sandeep_at_netwaretechnologies.org
  • CALL AT 91-11-6523510/6515058/6863385/6512973
  • FAX 91-11-6523512

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