GAITHERSBURG, Md. -- BroadSoft, Inc. (NASDAQ: BSFT) today announced that Sprint (NYSE: S) has selected BroadSoft’s BroadWorks platform to enhance VoIP services made available by Sprint to both its consumer and business customers.
BroadWorks, which is IR.92 and IR.94 compliant, is architected to easily integrate with 2G, 3G, and 4G IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS)-based networks. BroadWorks’ Service Centralization and Continuity application server enables mobile network operators to deliver next-generation, Unified Communications (UC) services over their existing legacy GSM and/or CDMA networks. And with BroadWorks’ Voice Call Continuity, these UC services transition effortlessly from legacy networks as an operator migrates to VoLTE.
BroadSoft has extensive industry experience and superior capabilities, including:
Industry leadership with IMS networks, with over 70 deployments worldwide, and proven scalability to support millions of subscribers
A single architecture to serve both the consumer and business market segments, at a lower total cost of ownership through software-based media resource functions
Platform flexibility and support for industry standards, enabling the seamless integration of third-party technologies and applications
Virtualized and elastic software defined network architecture that integrates with other network components
Ability to deliver high-definition, Quality of Service mean opinion scores (MOS) required by mobile consumer subscribers
"We were seeking a single voice and video application server platform to support our IMS network transformation in order to provide the communication services both our consumer and enterprise customers are demanding today,” said Iyad Tarazi, Vice President of Network Development, Sprint.
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