Motorola intros convergence ecosystem

US equipment vendor Motorola on Thursday announced the companies forming its convergence and IMS ecosystem.

While Motorola builds the IMS control server that provides the call session control function (CSCF) and mobility/call continuity seamless mobility application servers, a number of third parties provide key standards-based functionality such as session border control function, home subscriber servers, presence server, unified IP messaging, application feature servers for voice, meet-me conferencing application servers, media server and media resource function, media gateways and media gateway control function.

Motorola’s third party solution providers include: Acme Packet; Apertio; Colibria; Iperia; IP Unity Glenayre; jNetX; NetNumber; OpenCloud; RadiSys; Sonus Networks; Sylantro Systems and Ubiquity Software.

Darren McQueen, vice president of IMS, CDMA and LTE broadband access technologies for the Motorola Home & Networks Mobility division said, “IMS is key to maximizing the potential of WiMAX and other access technologies by enabling the full-fledged communications network for voice, data, video and multimedia experiences.”


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