Dialogic, a provider of cloud-optimized applications and infrastructure solutions for service providers, enterprises, and developers, announced it will begin to offer real-time communications applications to its customers through the acquisition of APEX Communications, Inc.
Dialogic’s entry into this market is in direct response to new requirements from service providers to address their customer satisfaction and profitability goals through network or cloud-based applications that are quickly deployable and customizable.
As part of its real-time communications applications offerings, Dialogic will begin delivering packaged as well as customizable applications immediately. The portfolio includes a variety of applications that can be customized to meet the needs of operators around the world, including adding video to existing voice solutions, migrating existing voice/video solutions to WebRTC-based solutions and/or IMS/VoLTE-based solutions, and various forms of IoT communication applications.
Allot Communications Ltd., a provider of security and monetization solutions that enable service providers to protect and personalize the digital experience, announced the release of the Allot Service Gateway 9500 (SG-9500) service delivery platform.
The SG-9500 delivers high-density connectivity and high throughput in a compact appliance, reaching up to 1 tbps of throughput in a cluster of appliances. Leveraging Intel-based hardware, the solution enables cloud data centers and service providers to rapidly and cost-effectively roll out Security as a Service (SECaaS) and other revenue-generating service offerings, as well as perform network analytics.
The first order for the appliance was received during Q4 2015.
Nokia has expanded its mobile fronthaul solution with new 1830 Versatile WDM Module (VWM) optical platforms, allowing operators to accelerate the deployment of centralized RAN architectures to satisfy growing consumer demand for streaming video and downloading high-definition movies on mobile devices, as well as traffic demand from IoT-connected objects.
Nokia’s 1830 VWM portfolio includes:
- 1830 VWM Photonic Managed Unit (PMU), an optical multiplexing unit for combining multiple wavelengths over a single fiber with management capabilities for Service Level Agreement (SLA) and demarcation.
- 1830 VWM Translation Line Unit (TLU), a wavelength translation unit for colorizing non-WDM optical signals.
- 1830 VWM Optical Supervisory Unit (OSU), an OAM unit for end-to-end network monitoring.
- 1830 VWM TLU/PMU-4, a fully outdoor hardened unit combining multiplexing, colorizing and management functions for small cells.
- Site Monitoring Module, provides proactive monitoring of alarms based on user-defined inputs at cell site locations with the ability to turn on/off appliances and devices.
Live demonstrations of the new platforms will be shown at Nokia’s Mobile World Congress booth, Hall 3, Stand 3B10.
Qualcomm Incorporated announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., has introduced Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear, a new platform for next generation wearable devices, and the Snapdragon Wear 2100 system-on-chip (SoC), the first in a new product family designed to bring new and enhanced wearable experiences to consumers.
Available in both tethered (Bluetooth and Wi-Fi) and connected (4G/LTE and 3G) versions, Snapdragon Wear 2100 is 30 percent smaller and uses 25 percent less power than the Snapdragon 400.
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