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Sonus Webinar: Real-Time Communication … Don’t Settle for Cloud Mythology

Many promises are being made for real-time communication (RTC) services in the Cloud. Unfortunately, service providers are realizing that transitioning RTC services to Cloud architectures is not as simple as slideware suggests. In order to be successful, service providers must understand the myths and...

Telefónica partners with Huawei on SBC to support VoLTE, RCS

Huawei's SBC platform designed to support VoLTE, RCS, voice-over-broadband services Spain’s Telefónica continues to push virtualization technology across its network, with the latest move coming in a deal with Huawei to provide the vendor’s session border control platform in support of advanced voice and communication...

Metaswitch scores AT&T deal for session border controllers

Metaswitch SBCs set to power LTE aspects of AT&T’s software push AT&T continues to push its software-based future, backed by a previously stated goal to virtualize 75% of its network by 2020. In chasing that challenge, the carrier said it partnered with Metaswitch to provide the...

Sonus bolsters SBC platform, talks increased virtualization

The ongoing move toward virtualizing network functions is growing to include such services as policy, routing and diameter. This move is seen as ideal for such functions, which are becoming increasingly taxed by the growth in mobile data traffic. Oracle recently estimated that worldwide LTE...

Infrastructure News: SBCs that scale; DAS underground and on the field

In infrastructure news this week, Target Field gets a DAS upgrade' New York's underground DAS shows its weak spots' and Sonus upgrades its SBC portfolio. Sonus 'Lyncs' customers to UC Sonus says demand for Microsoft Lync is a big driver of its recent upgrades to its...

Sonus virtualizes its session border controller

Sonus Networks has launched its first software-based session border controller (SBC), positioning the company to better compete as networks evolve toward less purpose-built hardware and more software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV). The Sonus SBC SWe is equivalent to the company's hardware-based SBC...

Sonus adds diameter signaling with F5 deal

Diameter signaling is becoming increasingly important to mobile networks, and partnerships can provide the most efficient way for IP networking companies to add this technology to their portfolios. Sonus Networks recently announced a partnership with F5 Networks to enable service providers to combine the...

Corning, Sonus, Synchronoss release Q2 results

Corning, maker of Gorilla Glass, announced its third consecutive quarter of strong growth in earnings per share amid declining LCD glass prices. Corning's core sales were $2 billion for the second quarter of 2013, an increase of 11% over the same period of 2012....

Sonus continues to expand session border controller portfolio

Sonus Networks is targeting both service providers and enterprises with two new session border controllers that are designed to simplify network design and add advanced communications features in unified communications environments. In March, the company was noted in an Infonetics Research report as the vendor with the...

@CTIA Interview: Sonus Networks

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Ranger Wireless to deploy Sonus products

CHELMSFORD, Mass.-Sonus Networks said Ranger Wireless Solutions will deploy the company's products, including its GSX9000 Open Services Switch, the ASX Call Management Server, the PSX Call Routing Server and the Sonus Insight Management System. Ranger Wireless offers a roaming service that routes roaming wireless...

Sonus, Motorola enter OEM agreement

CHELMSFORD, Mass.-Sonus Networks, which provides carrier packet voice infrastructure solutions, said it has established an original equipment manufacturer relationship with Motorola Inc., under which Motorola has integrated Sonus' GSX9000 media gateway with its SoftSwitch switching. "Working with Sonus further strengthens Motorola's wireless packet voice...

Sonus says switch bridges IP gaps

Industry has hailed the coming of packet technology, which has turned circuit networks into anachronisms. But the technology still has its challenges, one of which is "islands of IP." It means carriers with packet solutions do not easily connect to each other.Sonus Networks said...

Sonus extends architecture to wireless market

WESTFORD, Mass.-Sonus Networks, whose Open Services Architecture supports 4 billion minutes of wireline network user traffic monthly, has extended its offering to mobile operators with the introduction of its Smarrt Wireless switching system. Key components include the GSX9000 Open Services Switch, the Insignus Softswitch...

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