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The two companies have successfully completed interoperability testing between NEC's IMS platform and BEA WebLogic(R) SIP Server, the industry's first converged Java EE-SIP-IMS application server, providing a comprehensive, integrated, and uniquely differentiated service execution environment that has been proven in carrier-class environments.
In addition to handling a wide variety of data service requirements, MetaMatrix Enterprise also provides a comprehensive enterprise data service execution environment that offers entitlement management and other security features; data caching and staging options; system logging and monitoring; and XA-compliant transaction management.
A primary concept of AIN is the separation of a network's service execution environment (i.
Open and standards-based, DataSynapse's GridServer software creates a service execution environment that decouples application business logic and data components from dedicated computing, storage and network resources.
Telcordia mobility solutions deliver the service creation and service execution environments needed to rapidly develop, integrate and harness the full potential of cooperative intelligent networking," said Graham Cobb, Director, IN Business Development, Telcordia.
The MSC and SCP products support a service execution environment for call processing services developed with Samsung's JAVA based Service Creation Environment (SCE).
HP's OpenCall IN platform is an integrated, standards-based platform that provides a real-time service execution environment, carrier-grade high availability, and Signaling System No.
Recognizing the potential of using open, industry-standard Compaq ProLiant servers and Windows NT Server technology, Siemens will initially develop and market value-added services such as the service creation environment and service execution environment on the Windows NT Server-based platform from Tandem.