Oracle today announced that Movistar Argentina, a subsidiary of the TelefEnica Group and one of the leading mobile service providers in Argentina, has deployed Oracle s Acme Packet Net-Net
Session Director session border controllers (SBCs) to help enable secure and reliable SIP-based communications.
MetroPCS deployed the Acme Packet Net-Net
Session director session border controller to support its VoLTE and RCS deployments.
The company said that DoubleHorn has chosen its Net-Net
Session Director-Server Edition session border controller (SBC) as a key part of both its wholesale and retail communications services infrastructure.
Oracle today announced that Iristel, one of Canada s largest VoIP carriers, has selected Oracle s Acme Packet Net-Net
Session Director session border controller to help protect, control and scale its IP-enabled communication services.
Acme Packet's Net-Net
Session Director will help IBBS ensure the security, availability, and scalability of its wholesale residential line, business line, SIP trunking and hosted PBX services.
Acme Packet's Net-Net
Session Router and Net-Net
Diameter director provide a solution for Session Initiation Protocol and Diameter routing for Telefonica Germany's current fixed VoIP and mobile network, as well as its future LTE network.
Session delivery network solutions provider Acme Packet (Nasdaq:APKT) announced on Tuesday that its Net-Net
Session Director (SD) session border controller (SBC) is fully interoperable with Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE:ALU) SIP solutions, providing enterprises with an end-to-end, SIP-based solution.
Oracle Communications today announced that Telefonica Germany, a leading provider of fixed and mobile services, has selected Net-Net
Session Director running on the recently released Net-Net
6300 platform to support fixed line IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) services, voice over LTE (VoLTE) and rich communication services-enhanced (RCS-e) service offerings.
University of Vigo chose the recently announced Net-Net
Enterprise Session director-Server Edition -- a software-based E-SBC, which runs on industry-standard x86 Linux servers -- to contain capital and operational costs, and integrate seamlessly with the university's existing IT infrastructure.
3820 complements Acme Packet's Net-Net
2600, 4250, 4500 and 9200 platforms and further strengthens the industry's most comprehensive and scalable portfolio of session border control solutions.