Titled 'Routing Mobile Voice Calls,' this patent outlines the process by which a Network Convergence Gateway (NCG) detects and monitors a mobile subscriber's location and automatically routes calls to either a packet-based (IP) endpoint or the traditional circuit switched entity.
What does NCG stand for?
NCG stands for Network Convergence Gateway (Nomadicone)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- National Coast Guard
- National Commissioning Group (England health services procurement)
- National Communications Group, Inc.
- National Competitive Grant (Australia)
- National Cylinder Gas
- Navigation Control Group
- Nelson College for Girls (Nelson, New Zealand)
- Net Code Gain (fiber communications)
- NetConnect Germany (Ratingen, Germany)
- Network Communications Group (Intel)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Based on CounterPath's Network Convergence Gateway (NCG) platform and leveraging the company's patented technology, NomadicPBX enables wireless operators and other service providers to extend their feature sets into small and medium enterprises (SMEs), which currently account for one-third of all hosted VoIP deployments, according to a recent Infonetics Research survey.
This demonstration will show failover between servers under high call load on the BridgePort Networks' NomadicONE[TM] Network Convergence Gateway (NCG), The Nomadic ONE NCG uses open-standards based, proven high availability and management middleware from GoAhead Software ensuring 99.
The core product, the NomadicONE Network Convergence Gateway (NCG), uses roaming technology to extend single identity phone number services over multiple access networks, including: mobile, cable, DSL and Wi-Fi.
This combines a USB memory key containing an embedded GSM SIM card and a PC soft phone program with BridgePort Networks' NomadicONE Network Convergence Gateway located in the mobile operator's network.
The revised text of the press release follows below: BridgePort Networks to Interoperate with AudioCodes Media Gateways for MobileVoIP Convergence within IBM eServer BladeCenters AudioCodes joins MobileIGNITE Alliance partner ecosystem Lod, Israel - February 11, 2005 - AudioCodes , a leading provider of Voice over Packet (VoP) technologies and Voice Network products today announced that its converged TrunkPack(TM) media gateway boards and Mediant(TM) standalone VoIP media gateways have been tested to interoperate with BridgePort Networks' NomadicONE Network Convergence Gateway when the products are deployed together with IBM's eServer BladeCenter.
The new Device Developers' Program provides live access to integrated, fixed, and mobile environments using BridgePort Networks' NomadicONE Network Convergence Gateway (NCG) with today's cellular networks or using the company's NomadicONE IMS Convergence Server (ICS) with next-generation IMS networks.
The core product, the NomadicONE(TM) Network Convergence Gateway (NCG), uses roaming technology to extend single identity phone number services over multiple access networks, including: mobile, cable, DSL and WiFi.