Kapsch CarrierCom's core network solutions for wireline operators include next generation network solutions, as well as voice over IP solutions and IP multimedia subsystems.
NGN (Next Generation Network) solutions
These solutions enable the operator to prepare the network for future requirements. Next Generation Networks, by nature, consists of several components, which interact to efficiently deliver functionality. The future network is based on a universal, packet NGN transport network for the transmission of all types of data. Furthermore, it includes scalable and flexible gateways for access to end users, as well as various servers responsible for network control, network management and service provisioning.
The migration from pure voice or data networks to a common platform for all data services offers a high potential for cost reduction in the netwrok and protects existing investments. When NGN was developed, exactly these items had been considered in order to offer the network operators a future-proof, expandable structure while minimizing costs. The NGN architecture enables the network operator to provide end-users with unprecedented speed, capacity and reliability. an NGN network is also well prepared for tomorrow's developments, no matter how fast technology will change.
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Voice over IP solutions
Voice over IP solutions act as an economic engine expanding current revenue streams and powering future growth while at the same time simplifying the network and enabling a host of new efficiencies such as superior bandwidth utilisation, expanded geographical reach and lower costs of ownership and operation.
Whether you wish to build a new network or to maximise an existing IP- or ATM investment, our packet access and trunking solutions are flexible and future-proof, enabling a broad range of applications and adapting easily to changing business requirements.
IP Multimedia Subsystems
IMS is a single, standardised framework that supports voice, video, data and messaging services. IMS grew out of comprehensive standards development by the 3GPP organization. The new service framework is independent of the underlying access network. Operators can deliver multimedia services across multiple access networks such as UMTS, CDMA, WLAN or xDSL.
IMS uses the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). When a SIP client issues a "find and connect" request, the IMS finds the relevant terminals and connects them via IP. SIP facilitates clients to invite other clients into a running session. The IMS provides a full suite of network capabilities for authentication of clients, network-to-network interfaces and administrative functions such as charging.
As a system integrator, Kapsch CarrierCom entered into strategic partnerships with IMS technology leaders. Kapsch CarrierCom experts also develop IMS services in Vienna. Consequently Kapsch CarrierCom can deliver end-to-end IMS solutions.
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