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Successful Trials Of High-Quality Packet-Switched Communications
2008年9月18日 17:12  CCTIME飞象网  
The GSMA, the global body for the mobile industry, has completed successful trials of voice calls based on the SIP-I protocol* between core networks supplied by Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks. Hosted by TeliaSonera in their Finnish and Swedish laboratories, the trials are a significant step towards the use of SIP-I to control the transmission of packet-based voice between mobile networks.

The GSMA recommends that mobile operators adopt SIP-I, which is widely used by fixed network operators and transit networks, to control the transmission of packet-based voice between mobile networks. Using SIP-I will typically involve less transcoding and provide a higher-quality of service than other protocols, while making it easier for mobile operators to achieve end-to-end call control and upgrade their networks in future.

The SIP-I trials form part of the GSMA's IPX initiative to develop a private global Internet Protocol (IP) backbone designed specifically to provide guaranteed levels of quality of service and security to customers of mobile operators and other service providers.

"SIP-I is the protocol of choice for mobile and fixed operators alike and is an important element of the GSMA’s strategy to help mobile operators migrate their networks to IP," said Alex Sinclair, Chief Technology Officer of the GSMA. "With the help of Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Networks and TeliaSonera, we have demonstrated that SIP-I can work well across networks supplied by different vendors."

The GSMA trials were the first to test the SIP-I interoperability of Nokia Siemens Networks and Ericsson mobile softswitches, which connect calls from one device to another. The GSMA plans to conduct further trials to advance the level of inter-operability of SIP-I.

Supporting Quotes:

"SIP-I interoperability is a key enabler to ensure the deployment of IPX-based interconnection. IPX ensures security and quality of IP-based interconnection of mass-market communication services. TeliaSonera Mobility Services sees a clear need for SIP-I interoperability, both internally and when interconnecting with other service providers."
Claes Nycander, Vice President, Common Development, TeliaSonera Mobility Services

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