Quobis has been certified through the Nokia Telco Cloud Partner Certification program,Nokia’s partner solution certification process that aims to reduce integration complexity and improve end to end solution readiness of operator projects . The main intention is to ensure that our Sippo family applications can be deployed seamlessly into the Nokia cloud infrastructure.
We’ve been working in the adaptation of the Sippo WebRTC Application Controller as an WWSF element supporting WebRTC-based applications using SIPoWS as signalling protocol. The Nokia CFX 5000, as a eP-CSCF, manages signalling while media uses the eIMS gateway element. After all the certification steps Sippo applications were ready to run with the VMware-based Nokia cloud network.
The certification process included different steps as definition, planning, vertical deployment and end-to-end functional test cases, achieving a minimum part of faults compliant with Nokia requirements. Both Sippo Web Collaborator (our Unified Communication Suite for corporate users and contact centerS) and Sippo Click to Call are ready to be deployed in the Nokia cloud. In addition, thanks to the 40+ building blocks of the Sippo WAC, it’s possible to develop ad-hoc applications to answer customer demands with a really short time to market.
“We are really excited to announce this partnership with Nokia. This makes possible to integrate new web applications based on Sippo into the existing architecture of telcos in a secure and scalable way”, says Elías Pérez-Carrera, Quobis CEO. “Sippo is being trialed and deployed by 170+ service providers and enterprises around the world during the last three years. This partnership opens new possibilities to work in new use cases in the telco domain”.
About Sippo WebRTC Application Controller
The Sippo WebRTC Application Controller (or Sippo WAC) WAC hosts real-time applications developed using sippo.js, an ORCA.js compatible API. These HTML5 applications run in different devices and browsers taking advantage of the Sippo Abstraction Layer, that helps also to manage interconnection with existing IT and telco assets such as LDAP servers, MS Exchange, CRM’s, billing platforms or other internal elements.
Quobis is a leading european company in the delivery of carrier-class unified communication solutions with a special focus on security, interoperability and identity management for service providers and enterprises. Quobis is headquartered in Vigo (Spain) with partners throughout the world. Quobis is well-known as one of the leaders in the standarization and deployment of WebRTC technology after being involved in the industry firsts implementations and PoCs in more than 30 countries. More information can be found online at www.quobis.com
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