Latest enhancements increase reliability and deliver expanded options for transit carriers and service providers
Mission Viejo, CA (PRWEB) November 03, 2015
SwitchRay is pleased to announce and has made available for immediate purchase Class 4 SR-S4000 and Class 5 SR-S5000 Softswitch Version 1.9.1 for new and existing customers. This product upgrade includes spot-on reliability as well as revenue optimizing options for transit carriers and service providers.
The SR-S4000 Class 4 and SR-S5000 Class 5 Softswitches now fully support 64-bit OS to ensure that the full power of your hardware is being put to good use. Further enhancements have also been made to the SIP call balancer node with a new easy-to-use graphical user interface for performing configuration tasks. The new version also includes SIP over TCP support to improve reliability, and RFC 4028 support to keep the SIP session alive by sending periodic re-INVITE or UPDATE requests.
This latest version of SR-S4000 Class 4 Softswitch now offers full support for number portability whether on landline (Local Number Portability, LNP) or wireless networks (Mobile Number Portability, MNP). Reliability of SwitchRay’s companion Mayak Unified Communications (UC) client has been enhanced with push notifications which are now being sent through standard iOS (APN) and Android (GCM) channels.
“We are proud to offer our enhanced SR-S4000 Class 4 and SR-S5000 Class 5 Softswitch solutions, demonstrating our commitment to the continual improvement and development of our products to better meet the needs of our customers,” commented Steve Petilli, President & CEO of SwitchRay. “Our driving force is our mission to deliver the highest performance and most reliability possible.”
About SwitchRay Inc.
SwitchRay Inc. delivers state-of-the-art communication service platforms to telecom carriers worldwide. Their mission is to provide highly reliable and scalable products that are rich in functionality, allowing its customers to build successful businesses by increasing their profits and lowering their total cost of operations. With its keen attention to detail and unwavering commitment to exceptional customer service, SwitchRay optimizes communication and builds a brighter future for the world to connect. Headquartered in California and founded in 2012, SwitchRay acquired the products previously marketed and sold by Aloe Systems and Mera, enhancing the products with additional features and functionality. For more information on SwitchRay’s communications service platforms, please visit http://www.switchray.com and/or email info(at)switchray(dot)com.
For inquiries, contact:
Dina Scaglione, Director Marketing & Sales Operations
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