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Tango Telecom announces results of record-breaking SMS Delivery benchmark on Oracle's Sun Servers
February 8, 2011
BARCELONA -- Tango Telecom (www.tangotelecom.com), a leading provider of Policy Control, Real-Time Charging & Advanced Messaging solutions, has today announced the results of its record-breaking performance benchmark study on the latest generation of Oracle's Sun Blade modular systems.
Based on Oracle's Sun Blade X6270 M2 servers and iAX, Tango Telecom's next generation messaging platform achieved sustained performance of over 10,000 message delivery attempts (MDA) per second. The benchmark report shows that the iAX platform demonstrated unprecedented scalability to over 100,000 MDA/s from a single Sun Blade server chassis.
Kieran Kelly, CTO of Tango Telecom, comments, "In 2010, the global annual SMS traffic was in the region of 6.5 trillion messages. To put this truly phenomenal benchmark in context, just a few Sun servers, fully equipped and running the iAX next-generation messaging software, could potentially handle SMS traffic for the entire world's population.
The levels of throughput that Tango Telecom has achieved are unmatched in the industry, and as an increasing number of operators are now offering unlimited text bundles, the ability to handle massive peak demands while sustaining high Quality of Service (QoS) standards is critical for operators' reputations, and ultimately for their revenues. Furthermore, the extreme low latency of the Tango Telecom platform allows operators to squeeze more traffic and more revenues through existing network facilities."
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