Nortel CVAS makes 4G VoIP future seem just a bit closer
While at VoiceCon last week, Nortel CVAS made some other interesting headlines more related to the wireless world than the wireline world. As FierceVoIP has previously pointed out, echoing some IP communications industry leaders, mobile broadband-based VoIP is going to be part of our future. Nortel CVAS decided to take a step toward that future by announcing their 4G wireless push last week.
With empowering service providers being the name of its game, Nortel CVAS' 4G Mobile VoIP solution allows operators to integrate seamlessly with 2G, 3G and 4G LTE and WiMAX networks. What's notable is the offering's ability to deliver a consistent set of voice, messaging and multimedia services to all of the subscriber's devices, with seamless hand-off across WiFi, GSM 2G/3G, CDMA 2G/3G, HSPA/+, WiMAX and LTE networks. Seamless handoff means moving from one network to the next won't drop a call, hurt call quality or trigger anything that might tip off the end user that it is even happening.
With this offering, Nortel CVAS is implementing the first large scale 4G VoIP network that will offer these seamless hand-offs between 4G mobile VoIP and the current 2G/3G cellular voice networks as well as WiFi.
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