Convergence of voice and multimedia services from NEC
by Lin Freestone
October 8, 2007
NEC Corporation has announced the worldwide release of a new converged multimedia and SIP voice solution called Service Convergence Integrated Platform, which will be demonstrated at the Broadband World Forum event in Berlin from October 8-11.
The SCI Platform bundles all functions necessary for supporting voice and multimedia services such as SIP server, an operation and maintenance server, and service enablers, into a compact, all-in-one set.
The new platform enables simple delivery of new services through a variety of service enablers, contributing to enhanced carrier profitability through improved competitiveness and increased ARPU.
Operators can utilise the new platform to rapidly develop and provide VoIP and multimedia services or value-added services such as Presence and IP messaging.
The demand for VoIP and multimedia services is growing worldwide as the deployment of DSL and optical fibre-based access continues to grow at an explosive rate.
The SCI Platform consolidates and leverages the comprehensive power of NEC field-proven SIP server range and enables operators to effectively and promptly deliver value-added services to create new revenue.
In addition, the new platform also ensures fast and easy installation and reduces the initial investment required for next generation network services.
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