Cirpack

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Cirpack is an NGN (Next Generation Network) & SBC (Session Border Controller) (http://www.cirpack.com/en) solutions vendor for Telecommunications Operators, Internet and Application Service Providers focusing on telephony services such as residential and business VoIP, IP Centrex, SIP Trunking, Triple Play, Fixed- Mobile Convergence, LCR, Transcoding etc.

Cirpack was founded in 1999 as a spinoff of the French Long Distance Carrier Kaptech that had in-house switching experts and senior developers. Cirpack was acquired by Thomson SA (now Technicolor) in April 2005.[1][2]

On top of its historical Softswitch devices product line, Cirpack introduced in 2010 its SBC (Session Border Controller) range, completed in 2011 by the Applications range.[3]

Product lines in details[edit]

  • Softswitching Solutions: This product range enables service providers to deploy NGN or VoIP architectures and/or smoothly migrate their legacy TDM networks to VoIP.
  • Session Border Controller (SBC): Deployed at the edge of VoIP network offering security, routing, media transcoding, fraud detection and SIP trunking solutions.
  • Transversal applications: They include Network Applications, where the AS is connected over INAP or SIP to offer advanced Routing features like LCR, Centralized Routing Policy, Number Portability, and OSS/BSS Applications, like End-User Selfcare, and Intermediate CDR.

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