Gintel and Dialogic release case study to showcase Celcom deployment in Malaysia
Reverse IM-SSF deployed to interface legacy CAMEL network with SIP
Gintel AS and Dialogic Inc have released a joint case study that highlights Gintel’s recent deployment with Celcom Axiata Berhad in Malaysia. Like any mobile deployment, there are challenges to be resolved in interconnecting different network architectures.
A key requirement for the successful deployment was integration with the CAMEL signalling required to support service triggers in the network. Leveraging CAMEL ensures that the solution is truly net-centric and preserves key features from the legacy network. Without CAMEL, a less efficient service-node solution would have been required.
Gintel AS has decades of in-house signalling expertise and Easy Virtual PaBX has been designed to interconnect with both legacy and NGN networks, allowing valuable service triggers to be preserved and ensuring efficient, net-centric service delivery. Gintel’s team created a custom version of the Reverse IM-SSF function, as described by 3GPP, using the Dialogic MSP as the base platform.