IMS Solution Framework that Integrates Leapstone CCE serviceBROKER with HP’s Advanced Open Telecom Platforms Utilizing Intel® Processors Being Shown in Intel’s Booth
Somerset, NJ (PRWEB) June 6, 2005 -- Leapstone Systems, a leading provider of
intelligent service delivery and content management solutions, today announced
that its CCE serviceBROKER has been tested with the HP OpenCall Home Subscriber
Server (HSS) and integrated with HP technology utilizing Intel® building blocks
to create the framework for a truly open IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) solution.
The solution enables service providers to create, deploy and manage synchronized
voice, data, and multimedia applications.
Service providers are looking to new enhanced services to boost average revenue per user (ARPU). Because the success of particular services is difficult to predict, service providers need a dynamic framework which will allow them to offer promising new services quickly, add resources for successful services as demand increases, and downplay or remove unsuccessful services easily. IMS is a modular standards-based environment that uses the Internet Protocol (IP) and the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to give service providers the flexibility they need. Because of the anticipated heavy usage of IMS infrastructure, the combination of Leapstone’s CCE serviceBROKER on HP technology utilizing Intel® building blocks based on AdvancedTCA* promises to provide a robust system environment for IMS infrastructure deployment.
"The market for IMS solutions is heating up rapidly," said Paul Shaneck, Leapstone VP Sales & Marketing. “Carriers the world over are looking for standards-based modular communications platforms that deliver services such as data, voice over IP, video streaming and video telephony in a simple cohesive architecture. Leapstone is committed to open IMS solutions and is delivering key components of this emerging architecture that provide significant value to our customers."
Leapstone’s CCE serviceBROKER plays a vital role within an IMS architecture, providing a number of IMS functions, including subscriber service profile generation, Serving-Call Session Control (S-CSCF), Service Capability Interaction Manager (SCIM) and dynamic registration and utilization of subscriber service profiles.
The CCE serviceBROKER has been integrated and tested with the HP OpenCall HSS which hosts subscriber data in an IMS environment.
To ensure maximum flexibility, interoperability and scalability for service providers, the IMS solution features AdvancedTCA* platforms built on Intel® processors, open source Linux operating systems, and open protocols and interfaces based on 3GPP and 3GPP2 IMS specifications.
"As the industry moves away from proprietary architectures, industry standards-based modular communications platforms based on Intel® building blocks are proving to be the platform of choice for time-to-market new service delivery,” said Robert Heymann, director, communications infrastructure market development at Intel. “Leapstone is delivering on this with its CCE serviceBROKER solution for AdvancedTCA IP Multimedia Subsystems."
SUPERCOMM, the world's premier annual exhibition and conference for communications service providers and private network managers, comes to Chicago's McCormick Place, June 6-9. Those attending Supercomm may visit the Intel® booth and through a series of demonstrations, Leapstone, in working closely with industry-leading companies, will show how their integrated IMS solution will enable easy deployment of real time multimedia services, such as enhanced messaging, multimedia conferencing, VoIP and multi-user gaming.
About Leapstone Systems
Leapstone Systems delivers intelligent service delivery and content management solutions to network operators. The Communications Convergence Engine product suite enables operators to accelerate revenues via rapid service introduction and reduce costs as a result of simplified integration and improved management of network resources. Leapstone’s solutions have been deployed by top tier network operators worldwide, including Verizon Wireless.
Leapstone is privately held and headquartered in New Jersey, USA. The company has sales offices and technical centers in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada. Additional news and information about the company is available at www.leapstone.com.
Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture (AdvandedTCA®) (www.AdvancedTCA.org) is the largest specification effort in PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group (PICMG)’s (www.picmg.org) history, with more than 100 companies participating. AdvancedTCA, the PICMG 3.X family, is a new series of PICMG specifications, targeted to requirements for the next generation of carrier-grade communications equipment. This series of specifications incorporates the latest trends in high-speed interconnect technologies, next generation processors and improved reliability, manageability and serviceability.
Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries. AdvancedTCA and PICMG are registered trademarks of the PCI Industrial Computers Manufacturers Group. Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
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