|By Marketwired .||
|February 25, 2014 02:03 AM EST||
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ and BARCELONA, SPAIN -- (Marketwired) -- 02/25/14 -- Ulticom, an industry leader in signaling solutions, announces the availability of Release 4.1 of their Diameter Signaling Controller (DSC).
The Ulticom Diameter Signaling Controller (DSC) enables Mobile Network Operators and IPX Providers to grow their Diameter signaling network according to demand, tracking investment with realizable revenue. The DSC addresses the manageability requirements for LTE networks, enabling incremental centralization of control for routing, secure interworking with other networks for roaming, multi-vendor interworking, and management of congestion and overload for critical network resources.
"Release 4.1 brings enhanced congestion avoidance, and simplified integration with operational management systems," said Jamie McArdle, Vice President of Sales of Ulticom. "We continue to work with our customers to refine the features and capabilities they demand."
Feature enhancements in Release 4.1 include:
- Enhanced SLF-based routing (SLF=Subscriber Location Function)
- Simplified operational management of connections
- Congestion Avoidance via intelligent, prioritized traffic redirection based upon message content
- Enhanced operational capability to allow improved network monitoring and flexible formatting to ease integration with back-end network management systems
"The Ulticom DSC enables reliable and predictable management of Diameter signaling traffic, allowing Mobile Network Operators and IPX Providers to keep costs under control and deal with the inevitable challenges of this dynamic industry," said Bruce Swail, CEO of Ulticom.
Learn more about Ulticom DSC Release 4.1 at Mobile World Congress 2014
Ulticom invites you to Barcelona to visit Stand 5I60 in Hall 5 at the Mobile World Congress to learn how you can benefit from the industry's most powerful line of Diameter Signaling software products for Centralized Routing, LTE Roaming, IPX Hubbing, 2G-3G-4G Interworking, Policy Management, Dynamic Load Sharing, Signaling Storm Control, and Service-Oriented Routing. Learn how you can flexibly deploy Ulticom DSCs in traditional servers or blades, and virtual machines according to you operational requirements and business model.
For more information, contact [email protected]
The Ulticom DSC provides Mobile Network Operators, Roaming Hub Operators, and Telecom Equipment Manufacturers with a turn-key, Linux-based software solution that can be incrementally deployed as a stand-alone system, or can be easily integrated into new or existing products.
The Ulticom DSC is suitable for deployment as a Centralized Router, a Diameter Load Balancer, a Diameter Routing Agent (DRA), a Diameter Edge Agent (DEA), or an IPX Hub. DEA and IPX Hub functionality supports LTE Roaming while DRA functionality provides advanced policy management signaling routing (IP-CAN Binding).
The Ulticom Diameter Product Family also provides the ability to interwork between Diameter and SS7 networks -- enabling 2G-3G-4G integration.
Learn more at www.ulticom.com
About Ulticom, Inc.
Ulticom, a Platinum Equity Company, is a leader in high performance mission critical software products that evolve information delivery. With over 7,000 deployments worldwide, the company's flagship product, Signalware, is the premier platform for the deployment of applications and services within wireless, IP, and wireline networks.
For over 30 years, Ulticom has delivered carrier-grade solutions that are robust and reliable, all backed by the company's unmatched service and support.
Mobile Network Operators (MNO), Signaling Hub Providers (IPX, GRX), Telecom Equipment Manufacturers (TEM) and Systems Integrators (SI) trust Ulticom solutions to optimize information and application delivery with increased efficiency and security.
For more information, please contact [email protected]
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