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Ackme packet releases completely vendor-independent networking SIP solution


Ackme packet releases completely vendor-independent networking SIP solution
Enterprise Acme Packet, being the substantial industry player in session protocol networks, has announced the innovative Unified Communications completely vendor independent session management application designed for Microsoft Lync.
The utility combines Microsoft Lync with legacy corporate telecommunications networks supported by various vendors without negative impact on unique Microsoft Lync's array of VoIP associated operational features. Solution delivers complete and ultimate interoperability, better performance, minimized communications expenses and holistic approach to the regulatory adherence. "Session management from Acme Packet provides a powerful tool for effective collaboration of Microsoft Lync with general VoIP telephony platforms and deploying the full array of associated Microsoft Lync capabilities," explained Kapil Sharma, from Lync Partner Engineering Team. "Companies can take out their legacy telecoms infrastructure and utilize Acme Packet's brand new approach as vendor independent tool, thus making a smooth transition to a merely unified communications conceptual embodiment." Enterprises are often overloaded with complicated multivendor networks, built on various generations of telephony PBXs that deploy standing alone protocols, differentiated dial plans and bundles that have to be configured with every platform in individual cumbersome format. Switching the infrastructure into one joint VoIP trunking body and bringing it to modern unified communications environment can be complicated, long and expensive process. Any alternative form of session management application is not created to consolidate the Microsoft Lync telephony features and reduced functionality could be as an outcome.Acme Packet deployment supports Microsoft Lync and makes smooth transition to the portfolio of Microsoft UC whilst simplifying the legacy VoIP infrastructure. The basic features of the new product are :Protocol optimization and mutual connectivity between H.323 and SIP. The solution is the outcome of more than decade long Acme Packet operational experience and innovative approach to corporate level telephony infrastructure. Another unique feature is honed dial plan handling that implements Microsoft Lync's versatile E.164 addressing options. The product also features extremely scalable protocol and multimedia encryption procedures with the purpose to protect consumer’s privacy and sensitive data within vast corporate networks. Dedicated tool of session re-routing engine with an Active Directory interface applies centrally defined rules and user policies to enable costs control, eases administration and backs up the quality of service. The specific support for media elements of Microsoft Lync, which bypass bandwidth utilization procedures. Media interswitch that resolves traditional discrepancies, such as DTMF and faxing. Next feature is call accounting log that archives complete call detail data, optimizing and cutting the expenses of regulatory reporting and cost retrieval. Unsurpassed level features that protect the whole telecomms infrastructure versus on-line failures "Microsoft Lync is boosting the operational momentum as the unified communications solution of options for all kinds of businesses," explained Seamus Hourihan, senior vice president Acme Packet. "The session management utility places IT administrators in control of massive multivendor telephony environments and helps defend their investments." The session management solutions are built on the Acme Packet Net-Net portfolio. They are readily available and fully authorised by MS in framework of Unified Communications Open Interoperability Program (UCOIP).


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