IMS/PacketCable 2.0 Strategy: Armstrong Picks Sonus

Armstrong Cable (www.armstrongonewire.com) plans to deploy a Sonus Networks (www.sonusnet.com) Class 4 VoIP core for a network migration project. The Sonus solution is intended to provide IP trunking and add session border control capabilities to enable VoIP pee...

Armstrong Cable (www.armstrongonewire.com) plans to deploy a Sonus Networks (www.sonusnet.com) Class 4 VoIP core for a network migration project. The Sonus solution is intended to provide IP trunking and add session border control capabilities to enable VoIP peering and also allow Armstrong to develop a longer-term strategy to migrate its telephony network to IMS and PacketCable 2.0. Armstrong purchased the Sonus NBS-9000 network border switch for session border control and media transcoding, the GSX 9000 high-density media gateway, and the PSX centralized routing and policy server.
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