A VoIP switch, often referred to as softswitch, has become an integral component of today’s communications network as it connects various IP networks in order to successfully deliver end-to-end VoIP communications.
RadioAccess, a mobile telephony indoor reception specialist, recently demonstrated a new communications system based on a redundant VoIP switch or an Evolved Package Core (EPC).
According to the company, the Private LTE system will be provided as a complete network “in a box” and will deliver innovative opportunities for both industrial environments and the public security sector.
The system supplies the elements necessary to establish a mobile network that can run on any server. During the demonstration prepared for police, defense and other members of the public safety sector, a standard LTE base station was used. The company then proved that the wireless data communication network can access all data for applications such as video and VoIP telephony.
In related news, VoLTE services were recently launched in South Korea by SK Telecom (News - Alert) (and LG U+, while MetroPCS pioneered the services in the U.S. this couldn’t have been possible without the use of a VoIP switch.
Prior to VoLTE making its debut, operators used LTE networks only for data and depended on 2G and 3G networks for voice services. Yet, this newly introduced connectivity will provide operators with a comprehensive set of globally standardized, telecom grade quality services to combine with high-speed mobile broadband services. Customers will benefit from telecom-grade HD voice, video calling and other new and richer communication services on LTE smartphones.
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