Huawei adds IP system

Huawei has released a new multimedia solution to help operators as they add new services to their networks.

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By  Published  January 18, 2007

Huawei has released a new multimedia solution to help operators as they add new services to their networks.

The Chinese infrastructure firm's IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) 3.0 solution provides an open architecture over which service providers, platform providers and terminal providers can work together to introduce diversified multimedia services.

The solution is the first fixed/mobile convergence (FMC) solution in the industry to comply with both 3GPP (third generation partnership project) and TISPAN (telecoms & internet converged services & protocols for advanced networks) standards, according to the company.

"With this solution, carriers can create a subscriber-focused architecture based on FMC and CT-IT convergence, which opens up network and service capabilities, and promotes a healthy environment for IMS applications," said Wang Jiading, regional vice president at Huawei.

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