First News Briefs: Oracle, Radisys, Connected Nation, Allot Communications
Today, Oracle announced that Telenor Global Services intends to make its LTE roaming services available around the world using Oracle’s Tekelec Diameter Signaling Router. The solution will enable national and international roaming and over-the-top (OTT) services, such as voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) for partner service providers, helping to increase revenues and provide subscribers with greater LTE network access.
Radisys Corporation today announced MPX Operating Software (MPX-OS) as the new foundation of its media processing portfolio. MPX-OS extends Radisys’ media processing expertise beyond IMS MRF requirements for Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and Rich Communications Services (RCS) by adding new capabilities for cloud, WebRTC and OTT service providers.
Connected Nation, a non-profit organization that aims to bring affordable high-speed Internet and broadband-enabled resources to schools, recently facilitated a trial in collaboration with AT&T, Edmodo, Kno, and Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile), to pilot a new K-12 mobile learning model that combined mobile devices, connectivity and educational content with the ambition to make "anywhere education" easier than ever. The pilot tested both a shared and one-to-one mobile learning model in two high school classes. It reached 100 students over an eight-week period.
Allot Communications, a supplier of service optimization and revenue generation solutions for fixed and mobile broadband service providers, today announced availability of its pure-play, 3GPP-compliant Traffic Detection Function (TDF) for LTE networks. Several LTE operators are already utilizing the TDF-enabled Allot Service Gateway to analyze subscriber behavior and monetize their broadband networks.