Solace announced the general availability of the VRS/32 Value-Added Services (VAS) Routing System

April 10, 2006

1 Min Read

OTTAWA -- Solace Systems today announced the general availability of the VRS/32 Value-Added Services (VAS) Routing System, the next generation in their market-leading value-added services platform. Solace's VRS/32 platform adds an additional layer of functionality to existing IP/MPLS networks and increases network intelligence by making the network content-aware. With VAS routing, service providers move beyond simple provisioning of network connections to create new application-level value-added services for enterprise and consumer customers.

Service providers are looking to expand the scope of relationships with customers beyond the network level to become trusted providers of business and consumer services. Today, most service providers shuttle bits through pipes and leave enterprise application issues to be resolved by software and services in datacenters while consumer application revenues are often captured by third parties. The Solace VRS/32 VAS Routing System is an evolutionary step in content networking that moves application-level functionality into the network and transforms bit-pipe networks into intelligent application exchange systems. With the scalable VRS architecture, service providers can deliver utility-style on demand computing by embedding key application-level functionality directly into the network.

"Service providers are telling us that their top priority is to develop and deliver value-added services," said Peter Ashton, Vice President of Product Management at Solace Systems. "The managers in charge of these initiatives are seeking a technology that enables them to offer multiple services, from supply chain order routing to IPTV advertising metadata management, using a single infrastructure for multiple clients. Solace's VRS/32 is the only carrier-ready solution that can enable service providers to deliver application-aware value-added services."

Solace Systems Inc.

Subscribe and receive the latest news from the industry.
Join 62,000+ members. Yes it's completely free.

You May Also Like