, a dealer in core multimedia session control, mobile messaging and network intelligence, showcased its IP core network signaling and mobile data management solutions at the Mobile World Congress (News
). The solutions are designed to help service providers reduce network capacity and efficiently manage and monitor data traversing in their networks.
According to Tekelec (News
), the demand for mobile and media-rich applications is increasing, and operators worldwide are retooling their networks to make the shift from voice- to data-centric services and in order to equip themselves providers have to go through a host of new challenges to maintain and grow their business. Tekelec understands these challenges and leverages years of experience in signaling and session control solutions to create the EAGLE XG platform, standards-based and purpose-built to deliver the most demanding next-generation services.
The EAGLE XG Internet protocol signaling platform hosts several next-generation applications, including: SIP Signaling Router Service Broker; and Home Location Register Router. The EAGLE XG platform also features a large-capacity, integrated database that provides subscriber and network data for a number of applications, including number portability, e164 number translation, home location register routing, short message service routing and voicemail routing.
To further support global interworking, Tekelec has joined the GSMA’s (News
) new VoLTE initiative whose objective is to achieve seamless interoperability in the mobile ecosystem.
Ron de Lange, executive vice president at Tekelec has commented that new cost efficiencies and revenues from LTE (News
) require industry standards and efficient architecture and Tekelec has paved the way for service providers to gradually evolve networks, with no impact to the underlying network infrastructure or service quality.
Tekelec added that they provide operators with the proven tools for cross-domain network monitoring and their Integrated Applications Solution provides the tools operators need to manage all aspects of the network, while providing business-critical information to other departments within the organization.
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Edited by Erin Harrison