Industry interoperability received a boost today when Transaction Network Services (TNS) unveiled its new TNS Voice IPX solution. This global secure service provides a scalable MPLS connection between networks, enabling originating and terminating voice calls among wireless, wireline and cable operators.
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This innovative solution is designed to reduce network complexity and accelerate the industry migration away from high cost TDM networks.
“TNS Voice IPX simplifies global connectivity by allowing operators to reach TNS’ extensive global footprint through a single, low latency, secure connection,” said Bill Versen, Chief Product Officer at TNS. “We help operators improve the subscriber experience with high definition end-to-end IP call quality and access to value added content like E911 resources.”
TNS Voice IPX provides a fully managed intercarrier voice service that streamlines and promotes connectivity between carriers. It enables inbound VoLTE roaming and provides valuable network intelligence via IP network monitoring and traffic analysis. When coupled with TNS’ Call Guardian Authentication Hub, Voice IPX allows operators to send and receive signed calls, helping carriers to comply with the FCC’s direction on implementing a call authentication framework like STIR/SHAKEN.
“Now that we have successfully finished our testing with major operators, we will be turning up production traffic in the coming weeks.” added Versen. “We’re delighted to be launching TNS Voice IPX and leading the delivery of next generation voice services.”
From small rural operators to the largest multi-national carriers, TNS has over 500 operator customers and comprehensively addresses the needs of wireless and wireline operators globally. Since its founding in 1990, TNS has grown to provide services in more than 60 countries across the Americas, Europe and the Asia Pacific region, and offers 24x7x365 support via its Network Operating Centers in the US, UK and Australia.