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G-Net Deploys Radisys Integrated Conferencing Solution for Improved Economics and Flexibility in Next-Generation Architecture

Radisys® Corporation (NASDAQ:RSYS), a leading provider of embedded wireless infrastructure solutions announced today that G-NET Integrated Services Co. Ltd has deployed an integrated Radisys conferencing solution. G-NET, a Beijing-based conferencing service provider (CSP), deployed the Radisys platform because it provides the economics, flexibility and advanced features required to offer next-generation collaboration capabilities to the growing Chinese conferencing market.

Radisys is honored to have been deployed by G-NET for its ongoing conferencing service expansion plans into the emerging Asian conferencing market,” said Amit Agarwal, vice president and general manager, Software and Solutions, Radisys. “Radisys is a leading supplier of VoIP audio conferencing solutions to many of the world’s leading CSPs that have deployed and networked together our products around the globe to service their international conferencing customers, including Asia. This G-NET deployment marks the strategic expansion of Radisys conferencing solutions with a CSP headquartered in, and focused on, building and growing the conferencing market in China. By coupling Radisys software and hardware into an integrated platform, G-NET has selected a compelling, IP-based architecture that provides the scalability, reliability, features and cost-efficiencies needed to compete and thrive in both existing and emerging conferencing markets.”

Like many leading CSPs, G-NET must balance demand for international conferencing services with the increased competition that is pushing down price points. By combining Radisys SIPware™ and media servers into one VoIP collaboration platform, G-NET can provide next-generation service offerings to its customers that help them provide high-value conferencing services, while reducing operating costs using a cost-effective architecture. The G-NET deployment also includes Radisys Voice Quality Enhancement (VQE) capabilities, which uniquely combines VoIP conference mixing with integrated VQE features, including acoustic echo cancellation, noise reduction and packet loss concealment. The Radisys SIPware solution with integrated VQE positions G-NET to offer its customers a differentiated, high-quality end-user conferencing experience.

“G-NET selected a Radisys conferencing solution as it offered an overall improved total cost of ownership, innovative and award-winning conferencing features and enhanced deployment flexibility,” said Chen Xue Jun, CEO of G-NET. “As the adoption of conferencing services in Asia is still very much in its infancy, G-NET sees immense opportunity in being an early innovator of collaboration tools. This Radisys solution enables us to present the best possible conferencing service offerings to our customers.”

The Radisys Next-Generation Integrated Conferencing Solution

For CSPs looking for complete turn-key audio conferencing solutions, Radisys offers the SIPware audio conferencing solution, which is pre-integrated with Radisys media servers. This pre-integrated solution enables CSPs to deliver high-quality, feature-rich services, with the ability to efficiently scale to very large configurations. Radisys’ integrated conferencing solution also provides the following capabilities:

  • Supports existing TDM-based endpoints, with emerging IP-based devices using a common IP-based conferencing solution.
  • Delivers feature-rich event conferencing and reservationless conferencing with web and MS Outlook integration, conference recording, Internet broadcast and other IP-based enhancements.
  • Enables rapid and cost-effective customization of services to meet CSPs’ needs, including the addition of new languages and features.
  • Increases port density and reduces overall footprint.
  • Reduces backhaul costs for long distance conferencing services using cascaded conferencing feature.
  • Provides high quality VoIP audio through Voice Quality Enhancement (VQE) capabilities.
  • Enhances flexibility to rapidly add new services and call flow models using the SIPware Service Creation Environment.

For more information about Radisys’ integrated conferencing solutions, visit the Radisys Conferencing Solutions webpage, contact [email protected] or call 800-950-0044.

About G-NET

G-NET is the leading conferencing service provider in China and currently serves more than 2,000 enterprise customers across all industry sectors. G-NET is unique by being the only professional world-class conferencing service in China that provides a full portfolio of audio, web, and video conferencing services in the Chinese marketplace. For more information, please call Ms. Keke (Coco) Shi at +8610 59933400, send email to [email protected], or visit the G-NET website at http://www.quanshi.com/en/.

About Radisys

Radisys (NASDAQ:RSYS) is a leading provider of embedded wireless infrastructure solutions for telecom, aerospace, defense and public safety applications. Radisys' market-leading ATCA, IP Media Server and COM Express platforms coupled with world-renowned Trillium software, services and market expertise enable customers to bring high-value products and services to market faster with lower investment and risk. Radisys solutions are used in a wide variety of 3G & 4G / LTE mobile network applications including: Radio Access Networks (RAN) solutions from femtocells to picocells and macrocells, wireless core network applications, Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) and policy management; conferencing and media services including voice, video and data, as well as customized mobile network applications that support the aerospace, defense and public safety markets.

Radisys®, Continuous Computing® and Trillium® are registered trademarks of Radisys. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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