Leading New Zealand service provider leverages Net-Net Session Director to serve as SIP access and interconnect points
BEDFORD, MA, September 13, 2012—Acme Packet (NASDAQ:APKT), the leader in session delivery networks, today announced that CallPlus Group, one of New Zealand’s largest fixed-line, broadband, and mobile service providers, has deployed Acme Packet’s Net-Net Session Director session border controllers (SBCs) to improve the scalability and reliability, and reduce costs of its VoIP network.
- CallPlus Group, which provides both residential and business services, has deployed Acme Packet’s Net-Net Session Director to protect and control the access and interconnect borders of its VoIP network. The solution provides comprehensive security capabilities that mitigate risks by protecting against denial-of-service threats as well as service overloads.
- The Net-Net Session Director provides extensive SIP normalization, mediation, and interworking functions that enable CallPlus to accelerate service deployment by overcoming interoperability issues in its ADSL access network and other SIP-based network elements.
- CallPlus deployed high availability (HA) SBC configurations and exploits Acme Packet’s unique load-balancing and dynamic session routing capabilities to ensure carrier-class reliability for its business and residential VoIP services.
- Rapid time-to-market for residential and business VoIP services
- Highly secure, scalable, and reliable services
- Versatile solution supports both access and interconnect borders
“Acme Packet’s market leading SBCs help CallPlus Group deliver high quality and cost-effective VoIP services to both our residential and commercial customers,” said Adrian Dick, chief technology officer, CallPlus Group. “As CallPlus Group continues to rapidly expand, Acme Packet’s highly scalable solution ensures a solid foundation for future growth, as well as innovative new services.”
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