Wednesday, April 27, 2016

What is NFV?

We have had posts about Radiator VNF and what true NFV means to us, but a general introduction to what Network Functions Virtualisation actually means has been missing until now. Below you can find an overview presentation about What is NFV? by our managing director Karri Huhtanen.

 
If you are interested to learn more about NFV and how Radiator works to get operator AAA infrastructure virtualised, contact our team at info@open.com.au so we can arrange a proper presentation or webex about the subject.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

More interoperability with Radiator GBA/BSF Support Module v. 1.3

We are happy to announce Radiator GBA/BSF Support Module v. 1.3.

With Generic Bootstrapping Architecture (GBA), it is possible to provide seamless authentication for VoLTE Supplementary Services. This enables the end user to manage services, such as call forwarding, knocking and video call forwarding without switching networks or extra usernames and passwords.

Radiator GBA/BSF Support Module works as an authentication proxy between the end-user user device and the HSS. It authenticates the user requests, and also separates the authentication procedure and the Application Specific server (AS) functionality into different logical entities, for example, RCS (rich communication suite) services mentioned above.

What is new?

We have added interoperability fixes, and successful testing has now been done with user equipment from following vendors:

  • Samsung
  • Microsoft
  • Apple

New features also include fixed username checks and fixed access handlers to work even when client does not send the HTTP user agent header. You can see all the updates from Radiator GBA/BSF Support module revision history.

Do you want to know more?

We are happy to provide more information, use cases and benefits about Radiator GBA/BSF Support Module. Just contact our team at info@open.com.au and we will tell you more.