Telesoft unveils OKEFORD 5500 media platform

By : |February 11, 2009 0

BARCELONA, SPAIN: Telesoft Technologies, a supplier of telecoms solution platforms, added a new model to its  OKEFORD media platform range.

The OKEFORD 5500 media platform would offer high capacity STM-1/OC-3 and Gbit Ethernet interfaces in a compact 2U chassis, the highest density solution available in the market today allowing substantial savings in operating costs.
The OKEFORD 5500 media platform would be ideal for network operators and service providers wishing to migrate existing high-capacity IN/AIN services to a next generation architecture with SIP and VoiceXML capabilities. It would act as an intelligent peripheral in IN/AIN environment and media resource function (MRF) within a next generation network.

Supporting a wide range of control interfaces including INAP, CAMEL, WIN, IS-771, NETANN, SIP and VoiceXML its flexibility simultaneously would allow GSM, CDMAone, CDMA2000, UMTS, fixed and IP network interfaces.
Steve Patton, product manager, Telesoft Technologies, said: “Migration to next generation telecom networks is not happening as quickly as originally predicted. Operators with existing infrastructure need to replace aging systems but don’t want to invest in short term solutions. The OKEFORD Media Platform provides a drop-in replacement to reuse IN/AIN assets already invested and allows easy migration to next generation IP networks as needed. The open platform architecture uses standards-based hardware and software with field proven advanced features like text to speech, speech recognition and VoiceXML script execution.”
The OKEFORD 5500 Media Platform would support over 2000 media channels and would be the first OKEFORD Media Platform to be based on a standard 2U server (only 3.5” high). With high-performance and high-capacity it would be ideal for demanding high volume applications such as mobile pre-paid, mobile advertising, billing etc.

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