Booth 19042 or SIP Pavilion booth 67088F
FRISCO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- 1er juin 2005--
Newport Networks annonce la sortie de la version 2.0 du logiciel associé à son contrôleur de session 1460. Cette version apporte à l'appareil une capacité inégalée d'agrégation de liens (802.3-2002) et de résilience géographique, ainsi que diverses améliorations permettant de répondre aux exigences des gros opérateurs en matière de fiabilité, de rentabilité et d'utilisation de la bande passante.
Newport Networks Enhances Session Border Control With Industry-First Geographic Resilience and Link Aggregation; Release 2.0 of Carrier-class Solution
Booth 19042 or SIP Pavilion booth 67088F
FRISCO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 1, 2005--Newport Networks is announcing Release 2.0 software for its 1460 Session Border Controller adding industry-first geographic service resilience, link aggregation (802.3-2002) capabilities, and a series of enhancements that deliver carrier-class reliability, bandwidth utilization and profitability
"VoIP has reached a critical mass where customers demand both high quality and savings, and Service Providers are looking for session border controllers to ensure PSTN-caliber performance," says Newport Networks' Chairman Terry Matthews.
"The 1460 has been architected as a true carrier-class platform from the start.
Newport has timed the first major enhancement to set higher standards for the US VoIP Market." New in Release 2.0 First generation session border controllers addressed basic security issues.
They were developed to enable completion of voice and multimedia calls behind firewalls and Network Address Translation (NAT) devices but not architected to meet the performance, resilience and scalability requirements of mature VoIP deployments.
The Newport Networks 1460 delivers the industry's most advanced, high-end solution offering critical features necessary for a carrier-class platform
Release 2.0 provides: Geographic Service Resilience: With this latest release, the 1460 session border controller becomes the first to deliver true geographic resilience, safeguarding against both node and network failure
Two1460s in different locations can automatically assume traffic from one another in the event of disaster scenarios, router failure or extended power outages.
Automatic switchover of traffic is performed, avoiding service disruption and providing disaster recovery capabilities on a par with the PSTN
Link Aggregation to Bolster Reliability: The 1460 is the first session border control architecture to include Link Aggregation (802.3-2002) functionality, commonly deployed in routers.
This optimizes the flow of traffic across 8 physical links, allowing traffic to continue to flow even in the event of a link failure, vastly improving service reliability
Regulatory Compliance: The 1460 solution complies with CALEA and Emergency 911 mandates.
In keeping with requirements, Lawful Intercept is performed `without the end-users' knowledge and monitored details are delivered in real-time over secure interfaces to the law enforcement agency
These features are added in such a way that call processing performance is not impacted
VLAN Support for Premium Services: The 1460 architecture allows service providers to establish SIP-based Virtual LANs (VLANs) between their network core and customer sites with extensive traffic policing capabilities, enabling guaranteed performance and optimal bandwidth utilization.
VLAN capabilities can also be applied on the trunking side to ensure optimum physical interface utilization while policing at the VLAN level enforces peering agreements "Policing" Profitability: The Release 2.0 software includes expanded traffic policing capabilities for regulating bandwidth across multiple customer connections.
Precise media policing on a per connection basis gives providers the granular control of bandwidth utilization needed to accurately design and consistently meet Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
Meanwhile signaling policing limits the effects of signaling Denial of Service attacks on the core network
Session Admission Control (SAC): Allows bandwidth and session type (e.g. voice, instant messaging, and video) limits to be set for corporate groups and individual users.
Additionally, "Anti-tromboning" (or Media Release), for use among end-users behind a main corporate IP address, allows internal VoIP calls to take place within the corporate network with only the signaling traffic sent to the session border controller.
This minimizes congestion in the public access network
Release 2.0 of the Newport Networks 1460 session border controller will ship in the North American and international markets through third quarter 2005.
Visitors to SuperComm can find out more about Newport Networks which will be in booth number # 19042 or in the SIP Pavilion in booth # 67088F About Newport Networks Group PLC
Newport Networks Group PLC, listed on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange in May 2004, has designed and developed the 1460 Session Border Controller to solve existing commercial and technical problems in the provision of Voice over IP (VoIP) and Multimedia over IP (MoIP) services.
The 1460 Session Border Controller addresses the key service delivery issues of quality and security, enabling service providers to create new revenue streams from VoIP and MoIP while controlling the cost of delivery.
Based in the UK and North America, Newport Networks has an experienced team headed by Chairman Terry Matthews and CEO John Everard.
The team has a proven track record of identifying new service provider network technologies, developing products and managing the growth of international businesses.
Further information at www.newport-networks.com
In the US: Liza Kurtz Tel: +1 (928) 282 6929
or Kelly Williams Tel: +1 (805) 370 1076
or In Europe and Asia
Ian Courtney TM Communications and Media Ltd
+44 (0) 29 2038 4488 (HQ)
+44 (0) 77 7426 7058 (Cell)
or For the Company: Guy Reiffer
+44 (0) 291 635830