Case Study - Nokia: Communications service providers are deploying IP Multimedia Subsystem functionality as part of their LTE rollouts to enable VoLTE, as well as other enhanced services including video and HD voice.
The wireless data traffic explosion on the network has caused service providers to re-evaluate their existing network infrastructure. This traditional Central Office infrastructure built with closed proprietary boxes has proven to be too rigid, limited by existing hardware investment and available spectrum. A progressive open source project of the ONOS partnership – CORD (Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter) – delivers a powerful new approach to transform service providers’ Central Offices into telco optimized data centers.
Radisys President and CEO Brian Bronson recently met with Marc Smith, group editor for Mobile Europe, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The resulting video interview shares Brian’s views on Radisys’ transition to a software-centric company and the work underway to develop those software systems, including MediaEngine, FlowEngine and CellEngine.
Radisys' DCEngine is assembling the best off-the-shelf hardware components and open source software in an efficient form factor combined with vendor support for production and scale. Service providers will now be able to virtualize their data centers in weeks vs. years.