A flagship product of Dialogic’s any-to-any signaling solutions, the BorderNet DSH represents a significant advance from standard Diameter signaling controllers in its ability to accelerate interworking between technology domains, simplify infrastructure deployments and enable the rapid creation and delivery of new services. The BorderNet Diameter Services Helix offers service providers a unified platform that integrates the Diameter Routing Agent (DRA), Diameter Edge Agent (DEA) and Diameter Interworking functionality on a standalone platform.
“We expect the amount of Diameter traffic to continue to grow due to the expansion of LTE networks and rise of always-on applications. At the same time, 3G networks are not going away and will have to coexist side-by-side with LTE for years to come. The ability for customers to roam between the mobile networks and Wi-Fi access involves the interworking of Diameter and protocols like SS7 to deliver a seamless service. This is a primary use cases that is driving demand for Diameter signaling controllers to help make it all work,” said
The BorderNet DSH combines interworking and service orchestration with an advanced Web 2.0 GUI that applies advanced logic to message flows to support services involving multiple protocols like Diameter, MAP, RADIUS, LDAP and HTTP. The extensible multiprotocol architecture of the DSH allows a degree of flexibility that can accommodate new protocols and protocol variants without the need for expensive development or additional hardware.
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