The Sonus Networks SRX(TM) Serving Call Session Control Function (S- CSCF): a robust coordinating entity for all voice and multimedia sessions, ensuring that the right application servers are brought into the session flow and that calls are routed to the correct destination.
What does S-CSCF stand for?
S-CSCF stands for Serving Call Session Control Function
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[Glossary] (1) ATCA: Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture (2) IMS: IP Multimedia Subsystem (3)S-CSCF: Serving Call Session Control Function (4) I-CSCF: Interrogating Call Session Control Function (5) P-CSCF: Proxy Call Session Control Function (6) MGCF: Media Gateway Control Function (7) MRF: Multimedia Resource Function About Oki Electric Industry Co.
NC9000-software product series - Also at the services layer, the NC9000 series houses the core IMS database functions, including the Home Subscriber Server (HSS), Serving Call Session Control Function (S-CSCF), Proxy Call Session Control Function (P-CSCF) and/or the Interrogating Call Session Control Function (I-CSCF), among other key IMS functions.