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Dialogic launches SIGTRAN, ATCA products
By Dan O'Shea

Jun 18, 2007 7:09 PM

Dialogic at NXTcomm announced SIGTRAN and Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture offerings to support value-added services over SS7 networks.

The new features and upgrades offer improved protocol interoperability, additional hardware support, and new signaling features. Dialogicís implementation of the SIGTRAN M3UA specification, which supports SS7 MTP3 user signaling over IP networks, has been enhanced to enable peer-to-peer connectivity as well as gateway operations. Also, Dialogicís release of bearer independent call control support will expand an applicationís interoperability with TDM, IP and ATM networks.

Service Provider Wind Mobile used the vendorís M3UA protocol for peer-to-peer capability. ďWith M3UA peer-to-peer support, we have been able to fully comply with the requirements of two new customers. Today SIGTRAN is a must-have, and peer-to-peer support is very welcome,Ē said Simon Slupik, CEO of Wind Mobile.

The enhanced protocols are available for use on the application host as well as the Dialogic SS7G21 and Dialogic SS7G22 Signaling Servers, and allow the latter to be configured as an IP Signaling Server supporting BICC, M3UA and M2PA specifications.

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