Traffix Systems, the pioneering Next Generation Building Blocks company has announced that its OpenBloXâ„¢ Diameter framework product has successfully completed testing and has full support for the entire set of 3GPP and 3GPP2 Diameter interfaces.
With this announcement Traffix becomes the first company to supply the market with full implementation and support for the entire set of 3GPP and 3GPP2 Diameter interfaces and reference points up to the latest available 3GPP Release 7 specifications.
The OpenBloXâ„¢ AAA Diameter framework is an Open Source software package implementing 3GPP and 3GPP2 Diameter specifications. The package contains at minimum the Diameter base protocol (as described by IETF RFC 3588) and any extensions provided by the 3GPP and 3GPP2 specification bodies.
Traffix released its telco optimized OpenBloXâ„¢ Diameter implementation engulfing all of the more than thirty defined IMS Diameter protocol based interfaces. Traffixâ€™s unique technological lead offers network equipment providers unmatched performance, scalability and reliability.
“Traffixâ€™s announcement today emphasizes the OpenBloX Diameter solution technological leadership, delivered by its innovative design based on unique Multi-Core, Multi-CPU architecture, enabling Traffix to be the first company supplying all AAA and Diameter needs optimized to telco’s strict requirements, we will continue to lead the market and supply rapid support to our customers and partners ” said Ben Volkow Traffixâ€™s VP Product Management.
Traffix Systems is pioneering the emerging Next Generation Networks Building Blocks market. The company was founded by seasoned industry veterans who identified an urgent need for a new type of Telco framework matching the new needs of Next Generation Networks (NGN) and the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), and builds innovative Open Source products and solutions ideally suited to fit carrier’s requirements.
Traffix targets its solutions at network equipment providers, offering an integrated and embedded framework enabling them to dramatically reduce development CAPEX and OPEX while concentrating on core product development.
Traffix is backed by leading venture capital companies, with headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel.