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BEDFORD, Mass. -- Acme Packet (NASDAQ: APKT), the leader in session delivery networks, today announced that the Acme Packet Net-Net SIP Multimedia-Xpress (SMX) will be integrated into the HP Actionable Customer Intelligence portfolio. By integrating Acme Packet’s Net-Net SMX solution, HP can deploy streamlined IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) solutions that reduce complexity, lower the total cost of ownership, expand scalability, and expedite time-to-market.

To help CSPs achieve success in their IMS businesses, Acme Packet Net-Net SMX has been integrated into the HP mobility management solution, HP Home Subscriber Server (HSS). This connection provides the foundation for a true end-to-end IMS solution. In addition, there are strong synergies with other parts of HP ACI portfolio, specifically the HP Subscriber, Network and Application Policy (SNAP) solution.

The integrated solution easily scales with subscriber growth, lowers capital and operating expenditures, and maintains a centralized subscriber database for all services. Along with Acme Packet Net-Net Session Director session border controllers, the complete solution delivers secure, interoperable, and reliable IMS communications over IP. This combination results in an open, efficient, and standards-based solution for delivering end-to-end SIP multimedia services over mobile and fixed line networks.

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