Complete VoNR and ViNR Solutions
VoNR and ViNR Solutions
VoNR and ViNR portfolio consists of the IMS core which is responsible for providing session control and governing communications based on subscription information, VoLTE + Enterprise TAS capabilities and SMS solutions.
Business Telephony Application Server (BTAS)
Business Telephony Application Server (BTAS) is a carrier grade, agile, turnkey and a generic collaborative framework to rapidly develop and fulfil the service needs of Enterprise and Residential customers. It is a SIP Application Server which interacts with core IMS on ISC interface (as defined by 3GPP) to host a wide array of cloud telephony enterprise services. Depending on the actual service, the BTAS can operate in SIP proxy mode, SIP UA (User Agent) mode (i.e. endpoint), or SIP B2BUA (Back-to-Back User Agent) mode (i.e. a concatenation of two SIP User Agents).
Converged Telephony Application Server (CTAS)
Converged TAS (CTAS) is capable of handling VoLTE, Fixed and Enterprise subscribers simultaneously. This makes JPL's CTAS a unique product, which gives operational and engineering advantage to a service provider in efficiently managing subscriber growth in VoLTE, Fixed and Enterprise domains. The CTAS is a hyper scalable product and significantly reduces the total cost of ownership for carriers./p>
Converged Short Message Gateway solution provides a combined functionality of IMS IPSMGW, SMSC, 5G SMSF and Antispam in a single box. The solution implements variety of SMS services including Peer to Peer Messaging (P2P), Application to Peer Messaging (A2P) and Peer to Application Messaging (P2A) using standard protocols and reference points defined in 3GPP. This enables the network to connect all subscribers with each other as well as with the VAS application providers.
SIB (S-CSCF, I-CSCF and BGCF)
S-CSCF (Serving Call Session Control Function) is responsible for conducting both registration and session control for the registered UEs. It functions as a registrar and enable the network location information of the UE to be available at the HSS. Serving CSCF maintain a full state of the sessions and have the capability to originate and terminate a session on behalf of a requesting endpoint.
I-CSCF (Interrogating Call Session Control Function) is responsible for determining which serving CSCF should be assigned for controlling the session requested by the UE. I-CSCF obtains the request for the address of S-CSCF from the Home Subscriber Server (HSS) during a registration request and provides it to the P-CSCF for subsequent multimedia requests.
BGCF (Breakout Gateway Control Function) is an IMS element that chooses the network where PSTN breakout happens. If the breakout is to occur, then the BGCF selects a MGCF (Media Gateway Control Function) which will be responsible for the interworking with the PSTN. The MGCF then receives the SIP signalling from the BGCF and sends it on ISUP towards PSTN.
SMS Gateway Server comes with a blend of northbound and southbound integrations and meets all advanced needs of an enterprise messaging platform. It contains a self-service portal for managing various business entities for realising the messaging requirements of the content providers. The system provides variety of services like Campaign Management, Regulatory Compliance, Bulk SMS, Auto Reply, OTP, DND, etc. The pre-integrated self-service portal for managing various business entities for realising the messaging requirements of the content providers, helps in faster implementation of the business needs.
Short Message Service Center (SMSC) is responsible for receiving, storing, routing and forwarding of SMS messages. It is a 3GPP complaint product and provides A2P, P2P and P2A messaging capabilities.