Oracle Communications’ Agile IMS Network Infrastructure for Session Delivery allows service providers to deploy a network session delivery and control infrastructure as the core of a successful and agile IMS solution for delivering Consumer VoIP, RCS, and VoLTE services.
|Category||IMS and VoLTE|
|VNF Form Factor||VNF (SW package)|
The IMS session delivery infrastructure from Oracle Communications is based on the field-programmable Acme Packet OS that allows rapid, software-based service adjustments and features a streamlined IMS core design for providing optimal performance and operations efficiency. By leveraging the robust signaling and media capabilities of the Acme Packet OS, communications service providers can diversify and adapt their networks without requiring massive operational changes.
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Oracle Communications has launched what it claims is the industry’s first end VoLTE-as-a-managed-service solution, as part of a project with Tech Mahindra. The voice over LTE (VoLTE) offering is powered by Oracle’s IMS Core and signalling products, and is aimed at network operators aiming to launch out VoLTE without developing their own product.
|Key Customers||Tech Mahindra|
|Linux Foundation Projects||Open Container Initiative|