Radisys’ MediaEngine™ portfolio consists of its virtualized Media Resource Function (vMRF) and the MPX-12000 MRF, as well as its Transcode Resource Function (TRF) which includes the virtualized TRF (vTRF) software only solution and the TRF-12000 DSP optimized platform.
Radisys’ MediaEngine™ MRF solutions enables CSPs to drive cost out of their service delivery platform by consolidating all real-time media processing in their network onto a shared, application and service agnostic platform. Radisys’ MediaEngine TRF solutions allows CSPs to deploy real-time multimedia transcoding and transrating as an adjunct function which scales independently from and complements existing legacy network elements such as session border controllers (SBCs) and media gateways.
Radisys’ MediaEngine vMRF and MPX-12000 Broadband MRF
MediaEngine is the leading choice for CSPs’ OneMRF deployments. It provides a number of standards-based control interfaces for broad application server interoperability, delivers the richest audio and video feature set to serve hundreds of media application use cases, and boasts deployments around the world with the leading IMS and WebRTC network infrastructure vendors’ platforms.
MediaEngine MRF is available in both a hardware and software option, providing operators the flexibility to choose the option that meets their requirements. The MPX-12000 is an advanced media server which supports multimedia resource function for LTE IMS. The MediaEngine™ Virtualized MRF (vMRF) delivers software equivalent of the MPX-12000 via common industry-standard server hardware. vMRF software can be installed on dedicated ‘bare metal’ servers, or as a Virtualized Network Function (VNF) for NFV deployments.
MediaEngine MRF delivers:
• Significant OpEx and CapEx savings
• Range of control interfaces including MSML, VXML, RFC-4117, in-line SIP, JSR-309 and more
• Most extensive support for IR.92 and IR.92 for VoLTE / VoWiFi
• WebRTC support
• G.711, G.729, G.722, AMR, AMR-WB, Opus and EVS audio codecs
• H.263, H.264, MPEG-4 and VP8 video codecs
• Application interoperability without code changes for both hardware accelerated and cloud/virtualized platforms
• vMRF offers support and seamless integration with OpenStack, VMware, or KVM
• Full deployment and operations lifecycle support – 24/7 around the world
Radisys’ Media Engine TRF: vTRF and TRF-12000
MediaEngine™ TRF products allow CSPs to deploy transcoding as an adjunct function which scales independently from, and complements existing legacy network elements such as SBCs and media gateways. By decoupling transcoding from legacy network elements, CSPs can reduce the number of transcoding nodes in their network and eliminate the need for expensive forklift upgrades typical when adding HD transcoding capabilities to today’s SBCs and media gateways. This also allows CSPs to also extend the life of legacy equipment and future-proof the network architecture, while concurrently delivering up to 60% CapEx and OpEx savings.
The MediaEngine TRF is available in both a hardware and software option, providing operators the flexibility to choose the option that meets their requirements. The MediaEngine™ TRF-12000 platform offers advanced IP media transcoding and transrating capabilities with the scalability and proven reliability required to meet the most demanding operator needs to deliver HD voice and advanced video services. The MediaEngine™ Virtualized TRF (vTRF) delivers carrier-class transcoding in a software product offering with performance-tuned virtualization support and cloud deployment capabilities.
Both the MediaEngine TRF-12000 and vTRF deliver a breadth of audio and video features today, including the following:
• Support for a broad range of audio codecs including EVS – the newest HD audio codec used in mobile networks, Opus for Over the Top and WebRTC applications, and video codecs such as VP8 and H.264
• Flexible control interface integration options, including SIP (RFC 3261) B2BUA in-line call control, and SIP (RFC 4117) for transcoding under the control of third-party Telephony Application Servers (TAS) or Call Session Control Function (CSCF) control
• Advanced voice quality enhancement (VQE) features, including acoustic echo cancelation, noise reduction and packet loss concealment
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