Huawei participates in VoLTE interoperability testing


Huawei along with member companies of the International
Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium (IMTC) participated in VoLTE
interoperability testing at the IMTC SuperOp! 2011.


This year’s event was a significant milestone in
demonstrating for the first time ever, a successful VoLTE interoperability
testing on a common User Network Interface (UNI) in a live LTE infrastructure
using the IMTC specification,” said Rouzbeh Farhoumand, senior director of
Huawei and an IMTC Board of Directors Member.


A fully interoperable and high quality voice service is
fundamental to operators globally, and Huawei is honored to be a part of the
effort in realization of that goal by proving our end-to-end VoLTE solution,”
Farhoumand added.


This was the first time ever that multi-vendor VoLTE was tested over a live LTE network in accordance with the IMTC Test
Specification IMS Profile Voice and SMS, based on the GSMA PRD IR.92.


As a Platinum Equipment Sponsor of the IMTC SuperOp!
2011, Huawei provided its SingleRAN, SingleEPC, SingleCORE and SingleSDB to
support the interoperability testing between the participating companies
Ericsson, Intel Mobile, RADVISION, Samsung and ST-Ericsson who provided the


IMTC is now considering to jointly
participate in another event organized by MSF and GSMA to further showcase the
interoperability of VoLTE to pave the road towards industry commercialization.


We are truly appreciative of Huawei’s commitment to this
event and for providing their industry-leading solutions for the testing,” said
Anatoli Levine, president of IMTC and senior director of Product Management for


IMTC greatly appreciates the hard work by all IMTC IMS
Activity Group member companies to help the GSMA move its VoLTE initiative
forward,” Levine added.


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