Taqua (News - Alert) has introduced a new high-capacity IP peering application, saying that it provides high-capacity IP peering of voice, video, and data traffic using its flagship Taqua T7000 Intelligent Switching System (T7000).
A GSMA’s (News - Alert) model for a next-generation interconnect solution, Taqua’s IP eXchange (IPX) is designed to provide fixed, mobile, and enterprise network operators a high-capacity, secure, low-cost peering solution for IP interconnect, said company officials.
Taqua uses the T7000 as a high-capacity multi-media gateway and controller. Thanks to this, operators can converge voice, data, and video traffic onto a common IP infrastructure. Company officials said that they can deliver improved margins and interconnect traffic across multilateral interconnects.
The T7000’s session densities have been configured for IP peering applications. Company officials said that they can exceed over 60,000 concurrent SIP sessions, which is equivalent to 120,000 G.711 ports.
“Now deployed in high density IPX peering applications, the T7000’s unique architecture has allowed Taqua to change the economics of high-capacity switching applications and carriers can benefit dramatically via reduced session costs,” said Scott Weidenfeller, chief marketing officer at Taqua.
In a single chassis, Taqua’s T7000 Intelligent Switching System is a high-density media gateway, Class 4, Class 5, and/or wireless media gateway and wireless media gateway controller. Company officials said that Taqua T7000, as a high-density media gateway, can provide the necessary high capacity IP-IP and IP-TDM media gateway (MG) and media processing/server function (MRF).
Taqua is a supplier of next-generation fixed and mobile switching, IP peering, backhaul systems, and enhanced applications. Wireline, cable and wireless carriers have been using the company’s IP-based solutions to establish converged networks and deliver enhanced services to subscribers.
Earlier in February, Taqua showcased its advanced IP-peering and non-line of sight (NLOS) backhaul products.
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Edited by Rich Steeves