AUDIOCODES AND IBM LAUNCH IP MULTIMEDIA SUBSYSTEM SOLUTIONS.AudioCodes (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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AUDC Audio Codec ) has collaborated with IBM to launch IMS (1) See IP Multimedia Subsystem.
(2) (Information Management System) An early IBM hierarchical DBMS for IBM mainframes. IMS was widely implemented throughout the 1970s under MVS and continues to be used under z/OS. standards compatible solutions to carriers. AudioCodes TrunkPack Media Gateway boards and IPmedia media server boards are compatible and achieved full interoperability with the IBM eServer BladeCenter technology to enable delivery of value-added services. Telecom carriers will now be able to offer enhanced applications, including fixed-mobile convergence, messaging, personalized ring back tones, conferencing and multi-party gaming, to their subscribers using a best-of-breed, modular architecture which is IMS compliant.
AudioCodes blades and voice network products feature best of breed media gateway and media server platforms, which function as core MGW and MRFP MRFP Management Report of Fund Performance
MRFP Multimedia Resource Function Processor (telecommunications)
MRFP Media Resource Function Process Part elements in a converged network using IMS-based architecture. AudioCodes blades and media gateways (TrunkPack and Mediant me·di·ant
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[Italian mediante, from Late Latin medi ) are converged media gateways that support a variety of Vocoders and Signaling technologies to comply with a multitude of access networks, such as PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) The worldwide voice telephone network. Once only an analog system, the heart of most telephone networks today is all digital. In the U.S. , Packet Cable, WiFi, GSM, UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) The GSM implementation of the 3G wireless phone system. Part of IMT-2000, UMTS provides service in the 2 GHz band and offers global roaming and personalized features. , CDMA and 3G networks. AudioCodes media server (IPmedia) is an MRFP element with a vast support of media processing technologies that together with its partners enables delivery of value-added services. A robust support of Vocoders technology will allow the delivery of these services on a single platform independently of the access network or end user device.
"The desire of carriers today is to deploy networks that are scalable, pay-as-you-grow, modular and permit "mix and match" of services to accommodate the complex environment of applications adoption uncertainties and the variety of emerging access networks," said Lior Aldema, vice president, marketing at AudioCodes. "The variety of vocoder (VOice CODER) Same as speech codec.
(communications) vocoder - Hardware or software which implements a compression algorithm particular to voice. support, signaling protocols and voice quality of the TP-260 and IPM-260 in combination with platforms such as BladeCenter allow customers to enjoy those benefits".
The IBM eServer BladeCenter offers a broad range of networking options integrated into the chassis to simplify infrastructure complexity and manageability while lowering total cost of ownership.
AudioCodes' TP-260 and IPM-260 boards are both elements of VoIPerfect, the company's underlying core media gateway and media server architecture. The TP-260 is a cost-effective, stand-alone single slot PCI (1) (Payment Card Industry) See PCI DSS.
(2) (Peripheral Component Interconnect) The most widely used I/O bus (peripheral bus). "gateway on a blade" that supports up to 8 E1/T1 interfaces and signaling protocols to interconnect with PSTN, Wireless and Broadband networks. The IPM-260, a complete VoIP media server solution, supports up to 240 ports per blade with support of vocoders such as: EVRC, AMR and G.729, to enable next generation applications for both today's and tomorrow's networks.
"IBM is strongly committed to working with leading solution providers like AudioCodes to deliver "best of breed" VoIP technologies for the telecommunications industry," said Juhi Jotwani, director of IBM eServer BladeCenter Alliances. "With this announcement we add yet another leading company to rapid-growing BladeCenter ecosystem. We expect the interoperability of this solution with BladeCenter to enhance the flexibility and scalability of the solutions we offer our carrier and enterprise customers."
AudioCodes Ltd. (NASDAQ:AUDC) enables the new voice infrastructure by providing Voice over Packet technology and Voice Network products to OEMs, network equipment providers and system integrators. AudioCodes provides its customers and partners with a diverse range of flexible, comprehensive media gateway and media processing technologies, based on VoIPerfect--AudioCodes' underlying, best-of-breed, core media gateway architecture. The company is a provider of voice compression technology and is a key originator of the ITU G.723.1 standard for the emerging Voice over IP market.
AudioCodes voice network products feature media gateway and media server platforms for packet-based applications in the wireline, wireless, broadband access, and enhanced voice services markets. AudioCodes enabling technology products include VoIP and CTI communication boards, VoIP media gateway processors and modules, and CPE (Customer Premises Equipment) Communications equipment that resides on the customer's premises.
CPE - Customer Premises Equipment devices. Its customers include the telecom and data network equipment providers globally. AudioCodes' international headquarters and R&D facilities are located in Israel, with U.S. headquarters in San Jose, California San Jose (IPA: /ˌsænhoʊˈzeɪ/) is the third-largest city in California, and the tenth-largest in the United States. It is the county seat of Santa Clara County. . Additional offices are in Boston (MA), Chicago (IL), Research Triangle Park Research Triangle Park, research, business, medical, and educational complex situated in central North Carolina. It has an area of 6,900 acres (2,795 hectares) and is 8 × 2 mi (13 × 3 km) in size. Named for the triangle formed by Duke Univ. (NC), Somerset (NJ), Beijing, London, Mexico City, Paris and Tokyo.
AudioCodes can be found on the World Wide Web at http://www.audiocodes.com/.
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