Acme Packet rolls out a trio of new platform choices for session delivery network solutions
Acme Packet (Nasdaq: APKT) has rolled out a series of new solutions for its session delivery network portfolio aimed at providing a broad range of platforms to its customers.
During its annual Interconnect customer conference, the company introduced new virtualization-based session border controller (SBC) solutions.
The Net-Net Enterprise Session Director-Virtual Machine Edition and the Net-Net Session Director-Virtual Machine Edition “give service providers and enterprises “the flexibility to optimize their network architectures” by installing Acme Packet’s software on a dedicated or virtualized server, the company said.
The Bedford, Mass.-based company also demonstrated new capabilities for its session management solution, Net-Net SIP Multimedia Xpress (SMX), which consolidates up to eight IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) functions, and the SBC, into a single solution.
It also introduced its newest platform, the Net-Net 7000.
Consisting of the Acme Packet Net-Net OS installed on a third-party server for high-performance processing, the platform supports Acme Packet’s Net-Net Diameter Director and Net-Net Session Router products.
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