Nokia provide IP voice service in fixed and mobile networks

Using the opportunity of the Broadband World Forum in Madrid, Nokia has introduced a portfolio of solutions for operators and service providers concerned with the convergence of fixed and mobile networks.

The Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) solution that Nokia is showcasing in Madrid offers fixed, mobile and hybrid operators an evolution to the next-generation networks of tomorrow. The end-to-end Nokia FMC solution enables wireline operators to offer new services and connectivity within the fixed network domain. It gives subscribers the means to enjoy the same service experience independent of access, such as fixed networks, DSL, cellular or WLAN and UMA.

As a further enhancement, the Nokia VoIP Server widens the Nokia Unified Core Network portfolio of solutions with a carrier-grade, standards-based solution for providing voice over IP services in converged networks. The Nokia VoIP Server is currently being evaluated by a number of key operators and will be available for volume deployments in the first half 2006.

The Nokia VoIP Server complies with the standardisation work done by 3GPP and ETSI TISPAN. This enables convergence of legacy voice and SIP-driven VoIP, independent of access. With the Nokia VoIP Server, fixed and mobile operators can offer VoIP to their customers with supplementary services such as Caller ID and SMS text messaging.

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