IBM and Traffix Partner for Service Delivery Environment

Traffix Systems teams with IBM to deliver innovative solutions for service providers.


13/2/2009 Traffix, provider of Next Generation Control Plane and Diameter solutions that enable to bridge NGN and Legacy networks and services, has successfully completed validation of its Rosetta NGN Gateway for Telecom Service Providers for the SPDE Framework. SPDE is an open, scalable, flexible and SOA-based telecom industry framework which is horizontally integrated and accelerates the end-to-end telecom service lifecycle from creation and execution of a service, service quality assurance, security and ongoing management and maintenance of a service.

The IBM SPDE Framework initiative brings together platform-independent software vendors that deliver proven solutions designed and built for service providers. Through this initiative, IBM works with select IBM Business Partners to validate solutions that meet a rigorous assessment of next-generation, open-standards-based store environments.

Traffix portfolio of NGN Service control products includes:

Rosetta NGN Gateway — Bridging NGN and IMS Diameter based services with legacy protocols such as RADIUS, LDAP and HTML.

Prism Diameter Load Balancer — Enables to manage, secure and scale NGN and IMS networks, by using advanced Diameter Load Balancing mechanisms.

“With the full integration to IBM environment we can offer our clients a best of breed joint IBM and Traffix solution that enables to cut service deployment complexity and to launch new services while using existing legacy infrastructure. The tuned integration to WebSphere Application Server enables to meet market performance requirements and delivers telecom needed reliability, to meet Service Providers strict requirements. We are looking forward to strengthen the cooperation with IBM” said Ben Volkow Traffix CEO.

The IBM and Traffix Rosetta NGN Gateway solution enables Service Providers to lower new NGN services deployment costs and accelerate time to market.

The Rosetta enables to plug and launch new services in a transparent manner across NGN and legacy networks and to connect network functionality across different wireline and wireless technologies and standards.