Acme Packet to Demonstrate Mobile Broadband Solutions at Mobile World Congress
Packet’s Net-Net family of session border controllers, multiservice security gateways and session routing proxies enable the delivery of trusted, first-class interactive communications—voice, video and multimedia sessions—and data services across IP network borders, say company sources.
Acme Packet will also highlight ways to dramatically lowering the cost of IP Multimedia Subsystem or “IMS” deployments and improve scalability of access networks to support all Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) or “SIP”-based services.
Other solutions which Acme Packet offer at the show include GSMA’s Rich Communication Suite or “RCS” services, Long Term Evolution or “LTE (News - Alert)” voice and messaging, fixed mobile convergence, femtocells, VoIP interconnects and core session routing.
The company will showcase its session border controllers and Net-Net Security Gateway along with products and services from partners.
Acme Packet and Aylus Networks (News - Alert) will showcase the power of RCS video and content sharing.
Acme Packet’s Net-Net SBC, deployed at the border between the 3G access network and the SIP/IMS network, protects the server infrastructure, maximizes reach and assures quality of experience for RCS services.
Aylus Networks’ MediaShare Application Server and Media Switch provides real-time multimedia sharing to Aylus and third party RCS clients on 3G and dual-mode handsets as well as to web portals and social media hubs, the company said.
Acme Packet, in association with Dimension Data, will demonstrate an enterprise mobility solution featuring an enterprise picocell/ femtocell with hosted unified communications and presence.
Leveraging the Net-Net Security Gateway (News - Alert) and Net-Net Session Director, this fixed mobile convergence solution allows single and any number reach, seamless transfers between phones, and guaranteed in-building coverage, capacity and service continuity, the company said.
The Department of Technology and Information, or “DTI,” which provides technology infrastructure for the State of Delaware, selected Acme Packet Net-Net session border controllers to unify its disparate communications infrastructure and reduce the costs to deliver advanced, IP communication services throughout the state government.
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Edited by Kelly McGuire