Radisys’ MediaEngine™ Virtualized Media Resource Function (vMRF) and Virtualized Transcode Resource Function (vTRF) solutions are extensively tuned to be deployed as a high-performance, best-of-breed media processing and transcoding VNFs. They have been optimized to provide high-quality and reliable real-time response along with industry-leading performance under high load in NFV architectures.
|Category||IMS and VoLTE|
|VNF Form Factor||VNF (SW package)|
Radisys’ MediaEngine Virtualized Media Resource Function (vMRF) and Virtualized Transcode Resource Function (vTRF) can be deployed as best-of-breed media processing and transcoding VNFs and optimized to provide high-quality and reliable real-time response along with industry-leading performance under high load in NFV architectures. They are engineered to achieve more than 95% of the performance and capacity available in bare metal configurations while running in a virtualized environment.
|Top Use Cases||
|Customer Deployment Details||
Nokia leverages Radisys’ vMRF OpenStack capabilities to elastically spin up, manage and spin down virtualized MRF instances in the cloud on its Nokia CloudBand™ Network Functions Virtualization Infrastructure platform.
Interop Technologies deployed the vMRF to enhance cloud-based voice over Wi-Fi and Voice over LTE.
ZTE chose Radisys’ vMRF as the media processing solution for ZTE’s Value-added Services (VAS) and core network offerings in VoLTE, VoWiFi, video and IMS.
|Key Customers||Nokia, ZTE Corporation, Metaswitch, Interop Technologies, Oracle|
|Linux Foundation Projects||CORD and ONOS|
|Supported VIMs||OpenStack and VMware vRealize/vCAC/vCD|