Monday, January 21, 2008

AppTrigger Positions its Application Session Controller for IMS Migration

AppTrigger announced new features in its Ignite Application Session Controller that enable service providers to ensure that their existing voice centric IN applications such as pre-paid and voice messaging are able to work within IMS and next generation networks. AppTrigger's platform resides between the application layer and the control plane with the purpose of delivering call/session control, signaling, switching and media capabilities to support multiple applications for both new and legacy networks.


Specifically, Ignite Application Session Controller (ASC) version 8.0. delivers Intelligent Network -- Service Capability Server (IN-SCS) functionality that enables service providers to bridge the gap by ensuring their existing voice centric IN applications such as pre-paid and voice messaging are able to work within the IMS networks. Service providers could achieve CAPEX savings as they no longer need to re-write or re-purchase these IN applications.


Key IMS migration features include:

  • IN-SCS INAP -- Functionality is for evolving large scale legacy IN applications into IMS network architectures. New IN-SCS INAP (Intelligent Network Application Part is a signaling protocol used in the intelligent network architecture) enables interworking of European wireline networks.


  • SIP ISC Support (IMS Service Control) -- Allows services deployed within the IMS environment to interact with the SIP sessions. Provides critical user profile and information updates coupled with features for IMS applications. This includes ensuring the user is allowed to utilize the requested service and is billed for its use and retrieval of user information to be used by the end application.


  • IN Application Brokering -- AppTrigger's Ignite 8.0 supports brokering two existing IN based applications, allowing service provides to maximize the use of existing applications to create new service offerings.
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