BECS has been designed to meet requirements at any scale – from hundreds to millions of ports.
This is achieved by using a Core-Cell architecture, where BECS Core is a master for one or several BECS Cell’s. The purpose of the structure is to achieve optimal load balancing and enable geographically distributed networks.
The Core-Cell structure can be configured in High availability (HA) mode that allows the network to continue to deliver services in the unlikely event of a fatal hardware or software error. The High Availability setup allows both the Core and Cell to be coupled in pairs where each (virtualized) server can be located at separate sites in order to increase the reliability of the system.
The system modularity combined with the architecture fulfills the demands of a carrier class solution.