Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 7, 2005
TransNexus, Inc. has contributed version 3.3.1 of the OSP Toolkit to SIPfoundry (http://www.sipfoundry.org). The new release of the OSP Toolkit includes support for compressed, digitally signed OSP authorization tokens which are small enough to fit into a single UDP packet. The new feature enables any SIP application to benefit from secure inter-domain peering using the Open Settlement Protocol (OSP).
The Open Settlement Protocol is an IP operations and billing support systems protocol defined by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), http://www.etsi.org. OSP is officially known as ETSI Technical Specification 101321 for inter-domain pricing, authorization and usage exchange. ÂThe OSP protocol was developed to enable direct multi-lateral peering among VoIP networks. OSP provides secure inter-domain access control and eliminates costly network bottlenecksÂ, stated Richard Brennan, Chairman of ETSI TISPAN Next Generation Network Architecture working group.
The source code for the new release of the OSP Toolkit may be downloaded from http://www.sipfoundry.org. SIPfoundry is an international Open-Source community dedicated to improving and expanding SIP applications and the underlying technology. ÂWe appreciate the initiative and very good work being done by SIPfoundry for the SIP community. SIPfoundry is a great resource for SIP developers and we look forward to making new contributions to SIPfoundry,Â stated Jim Dalton CEO of TransNexus.
TransNexus has been an innovator of commercial and open source VoIP Operations and Billing Support Systems (OSS/BSS) since 1997. Deployment of the TransNexus OSS/BSS solution provides wholesale VoIP carriers with an immediate increase in operational profits. Key features include Least Cost Routing, Quality of Service Routing, secure multi-lateral peering, traffic analysis and control, new revenues from wholesale services, and lower cost back-office operations.
Contact: Alcina DeFigueiredo at email@example.com.
SIPfoundry is an international Open-Source community dedicated to improving and expanding SIP applications and the underlying technology. Founded in February 2004, the SIPfoundry developer and user communities have rapidly expanded to include participants from 63 countries and counting.
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