NetNumber Sees Customer Uptake of STP as Carriers Transition to VoLTE and VoWIFI

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Carriers are Selecting NetNumber TITAN to Implement STP in Support of New Services

NetNumber Vice President Matt Rosenberg

As carriers strive to deal with these transitions and support emerging service requirements, TITAN plays an increasingly strategic role in the core network.

NetNumber today announced that as voice over LTE (VoLTE) continues to drive customer adoption of NetNumber TITAN, the industry’s most robust centralized signaling and routing (CSRC) platform, the company is seeing surging interest in its Signal Transfer Point (STP) application delivered by TITAN. Only NetNumber can deliver SS7/C7, SIGTRAN, ENUM, DNS, SIP and DIAMETER services on the same signaling-control platform while centralizing the provisioning and simplifying the network’s OSS/BSS layers. TITAN transforms how operators handle signaling and routing as networks converge and carriers move to deploy a CSRC platform that addresses new technical challenges and creates new service opportunities from voice over WIFI (VoWIFI) calling, roaming, VoLTE and interworking.

“Carriers around the globe must deal with massive technology and industry forces–the convergence of TDM and IP networks and the advent of VoLTE and IMS,” explained Matt Rosenberg, vice president of NetNumber Global Sales, Solution Design and Product Management. “As carriers strive to deal with these transitions and support emerging service requirements, TITAN plays an increasingly strategic role in the core network. TITAN is extremely robust and flexible, and enables customers to ‘layer on’ multiple applications to the existing platform as their network evolves. NetNumber provides mobile and fixed operators an innovative, flexible commercial model to support multiple applications under a single license.”

“As operators migrate to next-generation IP Networks, they must continue to ensure that services operate seamlessly across legacy and new networks. This can dramatically increase the signaling traffic to support interworking,” commented Sue Rudd, director of Service Provider Analysis at Strategy Analytics. “As a result, there is a new wave of demand for ‘old fashioned’ Signal Transfer Point (STP) applications even as we move to simpler networking in the future.”

NetNumber delivered the STP application in TITAN in 2H2014 as an incremental enhancement to TITAN’s role as an IN-SCP, a SIP router and a DIAMETER router. Customers can easily add a wide range of applications to support the transition from legacy to next-generation networking in one platform. The TITAN STP application offers SS7/C7 STP and Signaling Gateway (SG) services over traditional time-division multiplexing (TDM) networks and/or IP-based SIGTRAN networks. By selecting TITAN for STP and SG services, carriers can invest in a future-proof infrastructure that simplifies the transition from a TDM to an IP network, and from SS7/C7-based signaling to the latest SIP/DIAMETER-based signaling paradigm.

Today, TITAN is deployed on more than 350 servers on five continents, and supports more than 200 billion transactions per month.

Learn more about TITAN at http://netnumber.com/products/titan/ or by contacting sales(at)netnumber(dot)com.

About NetNumber
NetNumber, Inc. brings 15 years of experience delivering innovative signaling control solutions that enable carriers to accelerate implementation of new services across multiple generations of networks, while dramatically simplifying the core network and reducing operating costs. Today, we are the leading provider of Centralized Signaling and Routing Control (CSRC) solutions to the global communications industry.

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