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AGNITY App Server, Conferencing App Now Preintegrated on Radisys vMRF

By Paula Bernier March 02, 2015

AGNITY’s virtualized Communications Application Server and Multi Media Conferencing application now come preintegrated on the MediaEngine virtualized Media Resource Function from Radisys. The companies are demonstrating the joint solution this week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

The application server from AGNITY supports 3G, LTE, IP, IMS, SS7, and Wi-Fi, enabling carriers to harmonize application across their legacy and newer networks. And its conferencing application is something mobile service providers can offer enterprise customers from their IMS cores. The company today at Mobile World Congress today also announced these solutions are now available for service provider customers.

“Modern mobile operators worldwide have made massive investments in IMS and VoLTE infrastructure and are now looking to monetize this network investment through targeted applications and tapping the high growth potential of the enterprise market.  In parallel, there is a conscious move towards NFV that lets operators use their own cloud infrastructure and scale the platform subscription as they grow, thus significantly increasing operational efficiency and cost savings,” said Sanjeev Chawla, president and CEO of AGNITY. “AGNITY’s offering addresses both these areas and empowers service providers to monetize their network investments by offering these new services that are optimized for NFV and cloud deployment.”

Radisys is a company that sells service-aware traffic distribution platforms, real-time media process engines, and wireless access technologies that help communications and contet providers to create new revenue streams and realize operational cost savings. The company last year received INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine’s NFV Pioneer Award for its innovation related to its T-Series T40 Ultra Platform.

The T-Series T40 Ultra Platform is a commercial off-the-shelf, open standards-based ATCA solution using KVM-based and VMWare ESXi hypervisors. Leveraging Intel silicon to support network function virtualization and software-defined networking deployments by service providers, the T40 Ultra can handle up to 1 terabits of real-time broadband traffic, across hundreds of virtualized data plane VNFs and hosted across up to 12 Intel multi-core processor blades optimized with Intel Data Plane Development Kit.

It can be used in implementations of Radisys’ virtualized Media Resource Function and virtualized Evolved Packet Core application software, and in virtualized data plane applications such as deep packet inspection-based policy control enforcement function, lawful intercept, media optimization, parental control, security, session border controllers, and more. 

Edited by Maurice Nagle

Executive Editor, TMC

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