Occam Networks announces SIP support

December 12, 2006

Occam Networks has added a carrier-class implementation of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) as part of the company’s new OccamOS release. Multiple Occam customers are currently trialing the OccamOS 5.3.

Primary features of the release include SIP support for Occam’s BLC POTS blades, Combo POTS and DSL blades and Optical Network Terminals (ONTs). Additional features include:

  • Enabling Occam BLCs and ONTs to act as Media Gateways under the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) architecture;
  • Simplified troubleshooting and service quality management including telco-configurable options for peer-to-peer or through-switch call routing;
  • Common subscriber provisioning and management across Lifeline POTS, ONTs, as well as derived voice (terminal adapter or IAD) subscriber services.

For more information, visit www.occamnetworks.com.

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