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TMCNet:  REDCOM's Carrier-Class VoIP Switch Solutions Power Next-Generation Networks

[February 13, 2013]

REDCOM's Carrier-Class VoIP Switch Solutions Power Next-Generation Networks

TMCnet Contributor
 
A softswitch is integral in providing effective communications across a pure IP-based network. The market for VoIP switch is growing mainly due to the growing 10Gb adoption in storage area networks,
 
According to a recent TMCnet piece, the market for VoIP switches is estimated to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 8.21 percent until 2016.
 
REDCOM (News - Alert) Laboratories designs and manufactures reliable VoIP switch solutions. The company is showcasing the next generation network carrier class softswitch solutions at the upcoming CeBIT (News - Alert) 2013 in Germany.

 
The SLICE 2100 Micro is an ideal solution for first responders that require an interoperable and highly portable communications node. The ruggedized and compact design of SLICE 2100 Micro makes it easily portable. It can even fit in the overhead compartments of commercial aircraft. The VoIP softswich is powered by REDCOM's TRANSip IP technology suite and features an integrated Media Gateway (News - Alert), Media Gateway Controller, SIP Call Controller, and legacy support.
 
Another solution, REDCOM SLICE IP, is a pure VoIP softswitch  solution that enables seamless network transformation. It delivers advanced network functions and call management for IP subscribers. The solution is based on industry-standard SIP-based architecture and supports the needs of pure IP network, such as IP Centrex, bandwidth management, conferencing and SIP trunking.
 
REDCOM is also showcasing its SLICE 2100 and HDX. The SLICE 2100 is an advanced carrier-class 4/5 softswitch and media gateway platform for carrier IP migration, end office replacement, and distributed cloud voice services. REDCOM HDX, a hybrid IP/TDM Class 4/5 softswitch, facilitates easy migration to VoIP at the most opportune time for carriers, while still enabling service providers to retain legacy equipment.
 
Moreover, all of the company's TRANSip-enabled solutions have IPv4/IPv6 dual-stack capability.



Edited by Jamie Epstein

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