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ElitNet presentation - Mobicents Summit 2011

  1. 1. Mobicents IN SDP by Elitnet Vilius Panevėžys, Elitnet Mobicents F2F 2011 December 5th, 2011
  2. 2. Company overview Based in Lithuania In business since 1998, founded by professionals working in the area for over 20 years Focusing on Solution implementation and system integration services for operators Software product development specializing in telecommunications 3rd and 2nd line support services2011-12-05 Elitnet 2
  3. 3. Competence areas Intelligent Networks Service development Integration, support Consulting (FMC, IMS) IP telephony Soft PBXs (Asterisk-based) CTI-based solutions (switchboard, CRM integration) Call centers Lawful interception systems2011-12-05 Elitnet 3
  4. 4. Portfolio Virtual PBX Switchboard Mobile VPN Prepaid Callback Ringback Tone SMS Relay SMS Router USSD Gateway Short code translation (for roamers)2011-12-05 Elitnet 4
  5. 5. Experience with other platforms Amdocs jNetX OCFS HP OpenCall Openet FusionWorks Asterisk OpenIMS2011-12-05 Elitnet 5
  6. 6. What brought us here? Openness Standards compliance (no vendor lock-in) Cost efficiency Development Runtime2011-12-05 Elitnet 6
  7. 7. Solution scheme2011-12-05 Elitnet 7
  8. 8. TCAP Gateway Takes care of levels up to and including TCAP, forwards Invokes to JACC RA Relies on Dialogic® SS7 stack Communication with JACC RA via TCP/IP, custom ASN.1- based protocol No changes to switch to TDM No changes in RAs other Mobicents components to switch to another stack2011-12-05 Elitnet 8
  9. 9. Advantages of the approach Performance Deployment flexibility Increased stability of the platform (no Java-native bridge, only network communication) Mature, carrier-grade protocol stack HA and fail-over solutions build upon stack features No changes to switch to TDM No changes in RAs other Mobicents components to switch to another stack2011-12-05 Elitnet 9
  10. 10. Java Advanced Call Control Based on JAIN JCC (JSR 21) JAIN JCAT (JSR 122) Extensions Charging User interaction Features low-level interface (direct access to protocol parser)2011-12-05 Elitnet 10
  11. 11. Call Control Protocol Support CAP 1 CAP 2 CAP 3 INAP CS1+2011-12-05 Elitnet 11
  12. 12. MAP RA Light API Functional support USSD Messaging Location2011-12-05 Elitnet 12
  13. 13. Failover & Scalability2011-12-05 Elitnet 13
  14. 14. Transparent deployment2011-12-05 Elitnet 14
  15. 15. Clustered deployment2011-12-05 Elitnet 15
  16. 16. Horizontally scalable deployment2011-12-05 Elitnet 16
  17. 17. Production deployment2011-12-05 Elitnet 17
  18. 18. Production deployment Based on the transparent deployment scheme Hardware/OS Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5620 @ 2.40GHz 4 GB RAM CentOS release 5.6 (Final) 64-bit In production at a mobile operator since 2011-04 with zero downtime2011-12-05 Elitnet 18
  19. 19. Services in production CallRegister Prepaid Cost Control2011-12-05 Elitnet 19
  20. 20. Test tools2011-12-05 Elitnet 20
  21. 21. Call Generator Used for IN CS protocols Built on Dialogic IN API Supported protocols CAP phase 1, 2, 3 INAP CS1 Extensible scenario support Interface – CLI (easy integration in automated CI lab setups)2011-12-05 Elitnet 21
  22. 22. MAP Test tool Relies on SS7 Gateway and Dialogic SS7 stack Generates SMS or USSD load Extensible via Java API2011-12-05 Elitnet 22
  23. 23. Open issues SMP Nagios RHQ Service orchestration RuleEngine2011-12-05 Elitnet 23
  24. 24. Developer ecosystem Value to developers (ISVs) Easier to be found by the right people Value to customers (end users of Mobicents-based solutions) Easy to find reliable partners Value to Mobicents Growth in platform popularity/usage, demand for support2011-12-05 Elitnet 24