Independent Report: Mobicents Sip Server supports Highest Level of Availability
An independent report by AT&T Labs and Columbia University compares MSS (Mobicents Sip Server), OCCAS (Oracle Communications Converged Application Server) and IBM WAS (Websphere Application Server). The report is focused on the highest level of service availability, where any failure is transparent to the end user. This level is typically expected of emergency call services subject to strict government regulation. Key factors considered in the comparison are Scaling Efficiency, Operational Cost, Scaling Increments, and Simultaneous Failures.
Case Study: USSD based Mobile Payment Services deployed in the Middle East
In partnership with PCNC, Telestax deployed a USSD based mobile payment solution for a prominent financial group in the Middle East. The mobile payment and mobile banking service is offered to millions of bank users. As a result of the collaboration with Telestax, PCNC was able to go to market in a matter of weeks. The solution is built on the TelScale USSD Gateway, which exposes a RESTful HTTP API to third-party applications and simplifies backend SS7 network connectivity.
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Case Study: Mobile services innovation in Brazil, Algar Telecom
Brazilian MNO – Algar Telecom launches new IVR and SMS services in record time from concept to market. In collaboration with Telestax, Algar Telecom built new subscriber marketing and enterprise customer support services at a fraction of the time and cost it takes with traditional telecom equipment. Read the full story: Telestax-Algar-Telecom-Case-Study-2012.
Orange Labs/France Telecom develop IMS services on Mobicents
Orange Labs designated an expert in-house team to built a sophisticated IMS architecture with WebRTC capabilities in collaboration with Telestax. See the presentation slides by Francois Joseph Levee at Mobicents Summit 2012. Also see presentation slides from the Orange Labs team in Poland.
Brazilian MNO Algar Telecom launches IVR and SMS services on Mobicents
Throughout 2012 Algar Telecom deployed several IVR and SMS services based on Mobicnets. Currently handling 1,5 million calls per day and over 1 million messages per day. See the presentation slides by Normandes Junior and Eduardo Souza at Mobicents Summit 2012.
Israeli MVNO SIPME builds IMS infrastructure on Mobicents
Yulian Oifa, CTO and co-founder of SIPME, presents on the MVNO challenges and success with deploying a complete IMS infrastructure in collaboration with Telestax. See the presentation slides.
Twilio expands internationally and contributes to Mobicents
Jonas Borjesson, SIP Tech Lead at Twilio presents the challenges and solutions for the company’s international expansion, contributions to Mobicents and collaboration with Telestax. See the presentation slides from Mobicents Summit 2012.
Avaya builds a range of IMS products on Mobicents
Renato Simoes, Senior Architect at Avaya discusses a broad range of IMS products built by his team leveraging Mobicents. See the presentation slides.
Applicata launches Intelligent Test System in collaboration with Telestax
Applicata built an intelligent test system for telephony services in collaboration with Telestax. The test system allows subscriber call simulation as well as testing internal network access points across a broad range of legacy and IP protocols. See the presentation slides from Mobicents Summit 2012.
Avistar launches Telepresence System in collaboration with Telestax
Avistar launched a telepresence solution C3 based on Mobicents. C3 is deployed in the cloud and is capable of bridging to 3rd party systems from Polycom and Cisco. See the presentation slides from Mobicents Summit 2011.
PeopleFone and TeleStax Release Joint Case Study
Read the joint Case Study on how PeopleFone, a VoIP provider for private and business customers, has designed their architecture based on Open Source Solutions, including TelScale for Call Routing, Billing and SIP Header Manipulation to achieve a resilient network handling 30 millions+ minutes per year.
ATES Networks and TeleStax Release Joint Whitepaper – Next Generation Mobile Communication Channels
The ATES Networks products are based on the Unified Communication Platform (UCP) – a carrier-grade SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) open telecom platform, designed to achieve fast time-to-market in launching new services and smooth integration with the operator’s ecosystem.
Starting with release 3.3 of the BroadApp SelfCare product, ATES Networks has added support for TeleStax JAIN SLEE. Read More in the White Paper.
Rancore Technologies gets JBoss World 2012 Innovation Award for state of the art Service Delivery Platform Based on Mobicents
Rancore selected Mobicents Platform for the extremely critical role of building a state-of-the-art fault tolerant Service Delivery Platform (SDP). The SDP has been built keeping in mind a philosophy of “scale-linearly and scale-fast” due to the high volume demands in the Indian mobile market and the upcoming broadband data growth opportunity in 4G.