Decomposed media server platform with open APIs enables developers to support voice, video and content delivery services with unprecedented scale and faster time-to-market
- Service providers are migrating their networks from traditional telecom architectures to NFV and cloud-based architectures to support demand for contextual real-time voice and video services and immersive experiences such as augmented reality and video content delivery. This has resulted in the need for service providers to be able to scale up and down massive numbers of media server nodes that can sit anywhere in the network to support these new services.
Radisyshas decomposed its media server platform to allow control and media elements to scale independently, allowing application developers and service providers to support tens of millions of subscribers through application servers that leverage a large pool of media server resources to deliver services such as conferencing, speech recognition, and real-time video. By delivering a decomposed architecture that allows for rapid scaling in the cloud, Radisysis enabling service providers to lower costs with flexible deployment options, accelerate innovation, and reduce complexity in their networks.
The Virtual Media Server also delivers key new capabilities, including:
- Support for new NFV-ready management solutions such as ONAP and OpenStack. This enables service providers to deploy media applications on demand in a network – for example delivering edge media for real-time video to devices in a concert or sports arena, with network resources being able to be re-deployed once the event is over, all while keeping the traffic local to minimize end-to-end network bandwidth consumption.
- New advanced revenue-generating media applications, such as deep media analytics and reporting for on-demand media optimizations, and for integrated speech recognition for speech-enabled applications.
- Hardware accelerated virtualized real-time voice and video services using Web/4G/LTE networks and advanced media optimizations at the edge using Multi-Access Edge Computing platforms.
- NFV-compliant MediaEngine Management Software to simplify multi-node MediaEngine management deployed in public and private clouds.
“The evolution of the MediaEngine Virtual Media Server to enable
on-demand media anywhere in the network is transformational in matching
the dynamic needs of service providers and their customers with the
industry’s leading economics for one of the most demanding functions in
carrier and cloud networks,” said
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