AGNITY Unveils CAS Solutions to Help Service Provider Accelerate Time-to-Market
SILICON VALLEY, CA: Industries has been demanding for intelligent management and support for communications, interactions and transactions in a more simple and certain way. To address this challenges, AGNITY, a provider of application infrastructure, announces the availability of its virtualized ACONYX Communications Application Server (CAS) solution and Mobile Multimedia applications for service provider customers.
ACONYX CAS, an applications development and execution platform, allows carriers to accord applications across any networks to deploy various real-time and next-gen Internet Protocol (IP) multimedia services that help cable and mobile service provider accelerate time-to-market. The new virtualized CAS, designed with open standard specifications, is supported by Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) architecture to process deployment on cloud.
“Modern mobile operators worldwide have made massive investments in IMS and VoLTE infrastructure and are now looking to monetize this network investment through targeted applications and tapping the high growth potential of the enterprise market,” says Sanjeev Chawla, President & CEO, AGNITY. “In parallel, there is a conscious move towards NFV that lets operators use their own cloud infrastructure and scale the platform subscription as they grow, thus significantly increasing operational efficiency and cost savings.”
Mobile Multimedia applications, built on CAS, comprise multiple applications such as Mobile Multimedia Conferencing (MMC), Mobile Business Connect and MobileCare to deliver mobile contextual communication and collaboration from service provider’s IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) core. The industry that manages and handles sensitive consumer information is keen to adopt Mobile Multimedia applications for fulfilling privacy and security requirements with secured messaging communication compliance. The consumer can leverage these services through smartphone apps or WebRTC-powered (Web Real Time Communcation) portal on PCs.
“AGNITY’s offering addresses both these areas and empowers Service Providers to monetize their network investments by offering these new services that are optimized for NFV and cloud deployment,” adds Sanjeev Chawla. “With AGNITY, Service Providers can provide services competitive to OTT offerings but with a much better end-user experience and end-to end QoS.”
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