Enabling Scalable Ultra High-Definition VoLTE and VoWi-Fi services

Radisys Engage Media Server , a software media server, delivers a key component in an IMS architecture for LTE – the Media Resource Function (MRF) – enabling mobile operators to rapidly deploy Ultra High Definition VoLTE and VoWi-Fi services.

Our industry leading virtual MRF software is deployed in dozens of VoLTE networks (such as T-Mobile USA, Bell Canada, EE UK, EE Netherlands, Orange France, Orange Poland, Orange, Mobistar, NTT) and offers the most extensive support for IR.92 and IR.94, the standards for voice and video over LTE. It maintains high quality in the face of the bandwidth fluctuations and packet loss found in mobile networks. The Engage Media Server platform is the industry’s first to support EVS. With EVS features including the industry’s most cost-effective EVS transcoding, VoLTE and VoWi-Fi mobile operators can deliver exceptional voice quality to more subscribers, while supporting more subscribers on their existing wireless spectrum and extending the reach of radio towers including better in-building coverage.

Leveraging more than 15 years of industry leadership and innovation in IP media processing, the Engage Media Server solution enable mobile operators to drive cost out of their services delivery platform by consolidating all real-time media processing and transcoding in their network onto a shared, application and service agnostic cloud NFV platform. This approach, which we call OneMRF, lowers OpEx and CapEx and enables mobile operators to accelerate new service introduction.

Key Benefits

  • Deliver higher fidelity communication experience with EVS codec
  • Seamlessly interconnect with any network using broad range of audio and video codecs and transcoding
  • Reduce cost and complexity with a common media processing platform for all conversational voice and video services
  • Future proof your network and increase average revenue per user by offering new video and interactive media services
  • Gain best deployment economies with a choice of high-density, carrier-grade hardware, software or cloud