Sonus dials in local calling features, enhanced security

Mon, 08/20/2007 - 8:05am
Mike Robuck

Sonus Networks, a supplier of VoIP infrastructure products, rolled out a new version of its enterprise and residential voice services software platform today.

The new platform, which is called Access 7.0, adds an array of traditional voice features that will enable the delivery of enterprise and residential IP-voice services to customers regardless of the last mile connection. Sonus’ new IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) network architecture entails the real-time delivery of advanced voice and multimedia services, while optimizing the network to provide required safety and traditional call features, according to the company.

Sonus’ Access Software is a platform that leverages Sonus’ IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) architecture to deliver voice telephony via IP. Access 7.0 incorporates IMS/TISPAN-compliant access technologies and integrates with third-party or traditional last-mile connections.


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