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Canadian WIND Mobile deploys VoIP border controllers from Acme Packet


Canadian WIND Mobile deploys VoIP border controllers from Acme Packet
Company Acme Packet, as the recognized leader in matters of session networking solutions, has announced proudly, that Canadian wireless services provider WIND Mobile (WIND), has taken the Acme Packet intra-Net Session Director border controllers to smoothly connect WIND's VoIP platform across the related networks and service providers.
The dedicated Acme’s product efficiently ensures secure, versatile and completely interoperable SIP connectivity application for specific voice traffic, fostering dynamic and effective voice quality and minimizing expensive phone calls traditional and classic Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM) charges and expenses. "We are designing a next-generation IP-built network to provide highly innovative mobile, VoIP and digital data processing services to nearly half million of customers throughout Canada and this network demanded a proven, secure and completely compatible session border controller," stated Ante A. Rupcic, VP Core Network, Technical Department, WIND. "Our selection was the clear and self-evident due to its technology cutting edge solutions, massive customer support and experience allowing service providers to expand their marketing signature." "WIND's commitments on IP stay in the middle of providing effective mobile services and customer experience in the country," explained Tim Ziemer, vice president of North America and Asia Pacific marketing, Acme Packet. "Enterprise’s Net-Net Session Director makes WIND to dynamically and in a scalable way to interconnect its networks to different service providers at the fractions of regular costs." Deploying SIP interconnect, WIND's VoiP traffic goes to other telecoms providers within IP, therefore removing expensive TDM and augments the company's VoIP connectivity tree. The Acme Packet Net-SAFE's secure taxonomy protects WIND from malicious service attacks and networking overloads with acquisition control lists and effective rate limits. The Net-Net Session border solution’s versatile routing options assist WIND to cut session costs whilst making much more optimal subscriber’s configurations. Acme Packet's inter-networking features massively ease WIND's regular operations, support multimedia interoperability and drive the company's common performance. Additionally Acme Packet's session border controller (SBC) features consists with high availability, call processing control and quality of service measuring capabilities to support network resilience. Having Acme Packet's feature ample and standards-built utilities, WIND's platforms will be able to implement basic encryption, transcoding and other essential processing in the future.


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