Stoke Updates Gateway

Breakthrough performance improvements give carriers exponentially higher data capacity at greatly reduced cost per bit

March 17, 2009

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Stoke, Inc. has introduced new software for its Stoke Session Exchange (SSX) 3000 mobile broadband gateway, offering exponential improvements in session density and cost per bit for carriers together with enhanced resilience for critical deployments. As a result, operators are armed with an immediate means of adapting and scaling their mobile broadband infrastructure to meet the surging demand for data, within the constraints of sharply reduced capital expenditure budgets.

With StokeOS 4.3, the Stoke SSX-3000 gateway is capable of aggregating from 8,000 up to 240,000 IPSec sessions and up to 16Gbps of secure, sustained traffic within the same compact 5 Rack Unit (RU) form factor, an approximate 4X increase in session density at approximately one-tenth the cost per bit of current solutions. StokeOS 4.3 also provides service redundancy, ensuring continual service availability without requiring duplicate standby systems. A key new feature is the DIAMETER application programming interface (API), providing a 3GPP standard interface to operator charging and billing systems.

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