Introducing the TelcoSuite HSS/3

During the last months, all of our infrastructure solutions have gone through major improvements. Not only in terms of scalability and performance, but also in terms of overall design. We’ve replaced our SOAP-Interface with a more state-of-the-art REST-Interface, we’ve rewritten most of our management-interfaces using Twitter Bootstrap, giving it a more sleek and fresh view.

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Running at 30 Calls per Second (CPS): Load-Tests on our Integration Platform

We’ve been recently running load-tests on our integration platform. Our integration platform is not optimized for maximum speed, but however we try to keep it as close as possible to the real production environments as possible. We do have full billing, real interconnects and even real user-traffic on the systems. But as we are also

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Kamailio for Building IMS Core Platforms and VoLTE

Installing IMS is a very important, yet a rather comprehensive topic. In this video, Carsten Bock performs the basic setup and installation of VoLTE with Kamailio: from defining the DNS-zone to packages installation. If you want to discover more about the technical parts of its running: SEMS configurations, transcoding, proxy CSCF, interrogating CSCF, proxy CSCF etc.,

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TADhack: Kamailio Open Source VoLTE presenation

The world of telecommunication services provided by the ng-voice GmbH offers smooth effective performance and creates unforgettable experiences. Get a firsthand expertise by watching the CEO and Founder of ng-voice GmbH Carsten Bock explaining the mechanisms of VoLTE and Kamailio at the TADhack. Participating at the TADhack in London, Mr. Carsten Bock put into layman’s terms

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IMS functionality and Kamailio in a nutshell

The complexity upon the integration of VoLTE into the LTE-core network relies upon an old acquaintance, the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS). IMS is a standard architecture of the mobile telephony which is bound to the SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) and has been elaborated on since many years. Until now, integrate providers, such as Vodafone, O2

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