Move fast with 5G while preserving the value of your 3G/4G networks. Protect your networks with the signaling security and session border controllers relied upon by the world’s largest communications service providers.
5G Network Strategies: Operator Survey 2022
As you evolve to a 5G standalone core, maintain 3G/4G with secure signaling solutions. Simplify traffic routing, network interworking, and interoperability for 5/9s reliability.
Secure access and interconnect borders for reliable VoLTE, VoIP, video conferencing, and calling.
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“The flexibility that the Oracle Communications Session Border Controller gives us allows us to stop any threat, any potential danger from outside the network.”
Head of Core Networks, Telefonica
Stephanie Gibbons, Principal Analyst, Network Infrstructure and Software, Omdia
An independent, cloud native converged policy can help telcos keep the lights on by meeting service levels while investing in 5G. A cloud native architecture is key to supporting traditional and next-gen networking functions. For example, converged policy should be able to govern network behavior and drive QoS control, while also supporting 5G network slicing and enablement of differentiated services.Read the complete post
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In this interview with GSMA, Oracle's Andrew De La Torre shares his insights on the network capabilities operators need to achieve success in 5G.