WebRTC World Feature Article

February 02, 2016

Mahindra Comviva Adds WebRTC to Portfolio through Radisys Partnership


Provider of IP multimedia subsystem services Radisys Corporation has been making strides in terms of furthering WebRTC lately. For example, last year the company started work on making its virtualized media resource function platform work with Oracle products with the goal of faster deliver of real-time communications (RTC). More recently, Radisys won a 2015 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award for its Virtualized Media Resource Function (vMRF), a software server that lets carriers offer services like VoLTE, RCS and WebRTC cost effectively.

Now, Radisys has announced that mobility solutions provider Mahindra Comviva has integrated Radisys MediaEngine products with the Mahindra Comviva value-added suite of products, including Caller Ring Back Tone (CRBT). This enables Mahindra Comviva to deliver a complete solution to mobile operators, including integration and support services, for cloud-based VoLTE, VoWiFi and WebRTC.

In order to provide its customers with the flexibility to choose the solution that best meets their needs for real-time processing, Mahindra Comviva has integrated both the MediaEngine vMRF and the MediaEngine MPX-12000 Broadband MRF.

“The integration of our MediaEngine portfolio with Mahindra Comviva’s value-added services solution offering extends our partnership with the company as well as our geographic reach into the more than 90 countries that Mahindra Comviva serves,” said Grant Henderson, vice president, MediaEngine and Corporate Marketing, Radisys. “With more than 30 VoLTE deployments under our belt, Radisys fills a vital link in the supply chain for companies such as Mahindra Comviva, helping them accelerate their time to market with minimized risk.”

The Radisys MediaEngine portfolio supports a OneMRF strategy for communications service providers. That is to say, it serves as a single media processing platform for many applications and services. The benefits of such a strategy are straightforward: it allows mobile operators to simplify their network, while reducing capital expenditure (CapEx) and ongoing operating expenditure (OpEx) and accelerating the introduction of new services.




Edited by Kyle Piscioniere




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