Blueslice HSS Completes Interoperability with Motorola IMS
Blueslice Networks announced today that it has completed interoperability testing of its Home Subscriber Server 3000™ with the Motorola IMS solution, including the Motorola Call Session Control Function (CSCF).
Motorola and Blueslice have successfully executed the testing and product evaluation necessary for a successful collaboration as part of Motorola's best of breed ecosystem. Having completed more than 16 years of multi-vendor core network integration, Motorola has developed a comprehensive IMS interoperability program and is dedicated to providing its customers with a best-of-the-best approach to IMS.
IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is clearly becoming the technology framework of choice for service providers of all domains, providing real time multimedia services, such as integrated voice and data, consistently across all access technologies. As such, IMS is the key to maximizing the potential of access technologies like WiMAX by enabling a seamless experience of voice, data, video, and multimedia.
The Blueslice HSS 3000™ integrates a next generation Home Location Register (HLR) with a state-of-the-art Home Subscriber Server into a converged subscriber profile management database. It can be used to manage subscriber data from GSM, UMTS/HSPA, or any network providing access to IMS services, such as WiMAX, TISPAN-based fixed lines, and cable networks. Built on the Blueslice Converged Subscriber Platform 3000™, it is integrated with a subscriber-centric Fixed Mobile Convergence solution, advanced roaming features, a flexible service profile creation toolkit, and an intuitive web craft interface (WebCI). The CSP 3000™ is a commercially available, field-proven product deployed in live networks by leading mobile carriers.
“The Blueslice ngHLR/HSS, with its unique multi-profile approach, is most aligned with current market dynamics,” said Stephan Ouaknine, President and CEO of Blueslice Networks. “Mobile carriers are introducing WiFi/WiMAX and VoIP, VoIP providers are offering GSM, fixed operators are offering mobile, and cable companies are offering quadruple plays. The market for subscriber management has evolved, and no HLR/HSS vendor has evolved with it like Blueslice has.”
Motorola is known around the world for innovation and leadership in wireless and broadband communications. Inspired by our vision of Seamless Mobility, the people of Motorola are committed to helping you get and stay connected simply and seamlessly to the people, information, and entertainment that you want and need. We do this by designing and delivering the "must have" products, "must do" experiences and powerful networks — along with a full complement of support services. A Fortune 100 company with global presence and impact, Motorola had sales of US$42.9 billion in 2006.
Blueslice Networks is the leading provider of multi-profile subscriber management solutions for the Mobile, VoIP, FMC, and M2M markets. Blueslice solutions allow mobile service providers to control their principal asset, their subscriber base, while delivering innovative and differentiated services and significantly reducing operational costs. Now, end-users can access coherent communication services seamlessly over any type of access with a single subscription and set of preferences. The carrier-grade, open standard Converged Subscriber Platform 3000™ is the only converged HLR/AuC, HSS, SIP Registrar, and SIP Redirect Server, which, together, enable universal mobility across all access networks.
Blueslice delivers solutions to the world's leading mobile service providers including wireless carriers, MVNOs, VoIP providers, and alternate carriers. Blueslice Networks is a private company with headquarters in Montreal, Canada. For more information, please visit our website at www.blueslice.com.
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