Stratus' carrier-grade signaling software, SINAP
, supports the protocols needed to develop, run, manage, and scale voice and data services in circuit and packet networks.
Atos Origin develops applications using the Stratus SINAP
family, a complete carrier-grade product line for developing, running, managing and scaling revenue-generating voice and data services in mobile, landline, circuit, packet and converged networks.
An open signaling software stack, the SINAP
product family enables rapid application development and provides a high-performance runtime environment supporting both traditional SS7-over-TDM and SS7-over-IP networks.
Cemprus is the only provider of support services for SINAP
on any platform and is the only provider with a source code license for HP-UX on its fault-tolerant DNCP systems.
The new release is a consolidated version that carries forward the same features, functions, and SS7 standards of earlier SINAP
DNCP Solutions, LLC today announced the availability of its SINAP
SS7 protocol stack and development environment on the Solaris8 operating system; it complements DNCP's fault-tolerant offerings and provides a high-availability alternative to service providers using commodity hardware.
DNCP systems are commonly sold with the Lucent Technologies softswitch, a multi-protocol software system that allows rich interoperability between traditional public telephone networks and packet networks; IN Enhanced Services; Lucent's SINAP
SS7 stack and SCEnic SCP run-time and service creation environments, and other SS7 solutions.
Signaling System 7 (SS7) software platform, installed in over 60 telecommunications networks worldwide, is a full UNIX based implementation of the European (ITU/ETSI) and North American (ANSI) standard SS7 protocol for building and linking IN elements.
Today's most successful IN applications platform, SINAP
is currently installed in more than 60 wireless and wireline service providers' networks around the globe.
NOTE: Stratus, the Stratus logo, and Continuum are registered trademarks, and FTX, SINAP
, and SCEnic are trademarks of Stratus Computer, Inc.
Widely deployed in more than 60 wireless and wireline service providers' networks worldwide, SINAP
is a full UNIX-based implementation of the SS7 protocol for building and linking IN elements.
NOTE: Stratus, the Stratus logo, and Continuum are registered trademarks, and FTX and SINAP
are trademarks of Stratus Computer, Inc.