Oracle Communications Unified Session Manager will provide Cablenet with a complete set of standard-compliant 3GPP IMS functions and interfaces in a single solution. As such, Cablenet will be able to accelerate its IMS rollout and converge its disparate fixed and mobile access networks, laying the foundation for advanced services that span devices and locations. The NFV-capable solution will also allow Cablenet to minimize upfront investments while closely aligning ongoing capital expenditures with evolving business demands.
In tandem, Oracle Communications Evolved Communications Application Server will enable Cablenet to accelerate its VoLTE rollout and will simplify the implementation of future services like VoWiFi and VoLTE. OCECAS simplifies application lifecycle management and provides carrier-grade performance and reliability for revenue-critical services.
"In today's increasingly competitive marketplace, our customers are constantly seeking solutions that will help improve their agility, streamline operations and accelerate time-to-market," said Doug Suriano, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications. "Oracle NFV enabled IMS solutions provide simplicity in design and operation, enabling a low cost of ownership and a faster and easier rollout of services such as VoLTE and VoWiFi. We're pleased that Cablenet will be able to enjoy such positive return-on-investment with our OCUSM and OCECAS solutions."
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