By Niladri Sekhar Nath
TMCnet Contributing Editor
Aricent (News - Alert), a full-service, full-spectrum communications Software Company, has joined the IMS
Forum, which is dedicated to the acceleration of IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) application and service interoperability. The IMS Forum (News - Alert) is designed to promote the interoperability of IMS applications and services for wireless, wireline and cable broadband networks.
"The IMS Forum welcomes Aricent," said Michael Khalilian (News - Alert), chairman and president of the IMS Forum. "Aricent is a great addition to the IMS Forum and the IMS Plugfest and we are looking forward to their active participation in the Plugfests and Technical and Marketing Working Groups. Aricent has a world-class team of consultants, designers, developers and testers who are working toward IMS interoperability."
Aricent develops software services and products that help communications equipment manufacturers, device manufacturers and service providers improve time-to-revenue and maximize efficiency.
"Aricent is delighted to join the IMS Forum, which is leading the industry in interoperability testing of the IMS service models required for the ubiquitous deployment of the converged services that are becoming ever more popular with consumers," said Ajay Gupta, Vice President of Aricent. "Our company is dedicated to eliminating the high complexity and technology fragmentation impeding the delivery of communications convergence. With our super-suite of IMS software services and products, we are fully committed to helping our clients achieve seamless integration between infrastructure and devices, to deliver innovative voice, video and data applications."
Aricent offers an extensive portfolio of IMS software services and products. The services range from initial strategy and design, through software implementation to system integration and testing for the entire IMS architecture.
Niladri Sekhar Nath is a contributing writer for TMCnet covering telecommunications, service providers and networking.