REDCOM to Exhibit Softswitch Solution at IP Possibilities Conference and Expo
March 23, 2012
By Rajani Baburajan
, TMCnet Contributor
REDCOM (News - Alert) Laboratories, a provider of telecommunications products including carrier class softswitch/gateway solutions, announced it is showcasing an innovative hybrid softswitch/media gateway solution at the upcoming IP Possibilities Conference & Expo, April 10-12 in Indianapolis.
At the conference, REDCOM will showcase the SLICE 2100, a complete Class 4/5 exchange, which enables a cost-effective migration to IP by maintaining the functionality and investment in existing TDM infrastructure. With this solution, service providers can deploy IP services at their convenience.
REDCOM SLICE 2100 provides interoperability between Land Mobile Radios, VoIP, and GSM. It also enables a scalable mobile network delivered via an integrated solution provided by Top Level Communications (TLC).
SLICE 2100 is powered by TRANSip, REDCOM’s VoIP technology suite. The technology integrates key IP Multimedia Subsystem (News - Alert) (IMS) elements in a single platform. The system supports up to 2,000 IP subscribers. It delivers superior call management for call setup, control, termination and directory services.
In addition, TRANSip delivers additional layer of security for VoIP traffic with encryption. With secure real-time transport protocol (SRTP) and transport layer security (TLS), the system encrypt the packet voice stream and SIP signaling, ensuring client confidentiality and authentication.
Earlier this year, REDCOM also showcased the SLICE 2100 next generation softswitch platforms at 2012 Pacific Telecommunications Council (News - Alert) (PTC) conference. In addition to this, the company demonstrated SLICE IP Micro, a complete Class 4/5 IPGateway as well as REDCOM HDX at the PTC conference.
REDCOM’s HDX softswitch has recently been selected as the core International/IP Gateway (News - Alert) for their network core by the Federated States of Micronesia Telecommunications Corporation (FSMTC). Providing gateway services between legacy TDM infrastructure and packet voice international carriers, the REDCOM HDX immediately reduces OpEx with IP-trunking and carrier monitoring while offering a host of new revenue-generating features.
REDCOM products are designed ensuring future-proofing. All of REDCOM’s TRANSip-enabled solutions have IPv4/IPv6 dual-stack capability.
Edited by Stefanie Mosca