The migration to packet-based networks has left many carriers in a precarious situation — attempting to manage a motley collection of converter boxes, servers, and protocols from various vendors that is difficult and costly to manage. The lack of integration between the devices hinders administration and maintenance, further driving up costs and leaving network planners with no clear roadmap to the future.
One of the most important functions of a national network is international connectivity, which is a major contributor to the carrier’s revenue. Thus, it makes sense that the international gateway provide reliable, comprehensive abilities to route, re-route, analyze, and properly bill core revenue-generating traffic.
REDCOM’s carrier class International Gateway provides fully integrated TDM and packet voice communications. E1, T1, ANSI SS7, ETSI C7, and a host of legacy trunking resources are supported in REDCOM’s International Gateway, along with SIP-based Next Generation applications. The Application Programming Interface (API) enables carriers to develop their own applications around an established core gateway.