Veraz extends application portability

CIOL Bureau
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NEW DELHI: Veraz Networks said in a statement that it would now extend the application portability it has been providing to PSTN and VoIP broadband networks to wireless networks also.


Veraz's solution preserves and leverages the richness of existing and new protocols by having them accessible within the call control and services core. It has built up a library of native protocols, and in combination with its programmable service broker unifying the service layer, it is easy to add new protocols such as wireless IN and ongoing enhancements to SIP and IMS related interfaces.

“We are starting to learn more about the different vendor offerings that address convergence,” said Bettina Tratz-Ryan, research director at Gartner, Inc. “For those solution providers that have as part of their offerings a viable network architecture and service delivery platform to address both emerging IMS, as well as legacy IN integration, these solution providers will be sought after by the service providers as they plan their FMC.”

The statement added that both subscribers and service providers benefit from Veraz's approach. Subscribers will be able to centralize their communications control by integrating their wireless and wireline addresses, devices and service/subscriptions across their multiple communication devices. The increased customer loyalty will be just one of the many benefits realized by service providers.