Wireless network vendor Radisys announced its Media Resource Function (MRF) supply deal with Nokia Networks.
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Nokia Networks will utilize Radisys’ MRF product as the media processing foundation for its Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi) solution for standards-based IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) deployments.
As part of the deal, Nokia Networks will use Radisys’ Virtualized MRF and MPX-12000 Broadband MRF to provide flexibility to select the media processing solution for VoLTE/VoWi-Fi service for its its mobile operator customers.
Michael Clever, senior vice president of Core at Nokia Networks, said: “We’re able to provide operators with the right media processing solution for their VoLTE deployment, whether it’s a virtualized solution or not.”
Mobile operators can deploy a Radisys MRF for one initial service, typically VoLTE, and rapidly deploy additional applications while using the same MRF as a common media processing resource. Mobile operators can simplify their network, reduce Capex and Opex, and accelerate new service introduction by supporting multiple real-time communications services with one media processing IMS architecture.