World VoIP NewsThree VoIP technology enterprises launch an initiative on centric routing switch Three VoIP technology enterprises launch an initiative on centric routing switch

Three VoIP technology enterprises launch an initiative on centric routing switch


Three VoIP technology enterprises launch an initiative on centric routing switch
Company TEOCO, being the prominent industry player in telecommunications services solutions of assurance and dedicated analytics targeted at global mega providers, has announced the finalization of its interoperability and compatibility testing experiments with NetNumber, which works in industry of next generation telecoms re-routing appliances, as well as Alcatel-Lucent, a global giant in all forms of VoIP and traditional communications and networking.
The ternary initiative of three companies is aimed at the technology and strategy of Least Cost Routing (LCR). LCR always was a clumsy manual operations of uploading a list of actual and expected routes onto an asset of networking switches from differentiated vendors with further synchronizing of routes on the switches to the continuously changing rates delivered by the associated networking partners and operators. TEOCO offers new strategy to LCR. This strategy could be formulated like completely determining and bypassing the clumping operational switch updating procedures in a whole infrastructure by means of the deployment of a centralized calls re-routing database embedded in a specific server that dynamically implement routing procedures and forwards the routing briefs to the associated switches in real-time for every particular phone call. All three enterprises involved, namely TEOCO, NetNumber and Alcatel-Lucent have well proven performance records of delivering best of kind products, enabling clientele to get the most benefits from their voice and data telecommunications operations. Supported by best of breed expertise, clients and consumers can now receive a semi-integrated solution that mitigates technical and marketing risks whilst providing a more rapid reaction time to market for bandwidth carriers desiring to shift from TDM to VoIP built services. “By using the centric approach to the routing and deploying the corporate level switching platform, telecomms services providers are ensured with a quite affordable tools to scale up their networks, generate new revenue sources, and augment their service offerings, whilst cutting the daily bandwidth workload,” explained TEOCO Gen Manager John Devolites. “The Alcatel Lucent 5060 MGC-8 switch has been used globally in numerous service provider networks for its unique span of operational capabilities and absolutely resilient performance. We are delighted to have a partnership with TEOCO and NetNumber to release the practice associated with a unified look up solution that minimizes functional and capital flat rate expenses for clients,” said Dave Geary, Alcatel-Lucent Wireline Division. INroute tool from TEOCO, which works on the basis of company’s TITAN server, has undergone stringent interoperability tests with Media Gateway Controller-8 (MGC-8) from Alcatel-Lucent. The outcome of such experimentation is joint offer that supports a centric approach routing database that will make service providers to back up unlimited volumes of call traffic by excluding networking dependency on switch decoding, thus service providers can deliver more useful content and associated services by means of their network at a minimum cost and with HD quality. Active centralized re-routing database eliminates scaling and managing routing problems with extremely dispersed vendors. “A centric approach to re-routing architecture that includes several hot issues for any provider, such as dynamic route-list producing, real-time procedures upgrades, customer‘s individual service-pattern, ensures really unlimited routing versatility. The collaborated solution from TEOCO, Alcatel-Lucent and NetNumber expected to bring up faster routing updates, accurate routing addresses and minimized operating expenses,” added NetNumber owner Douglas Ranalli.


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