Acme Packet has announced new capabilities for its session routing proxy, the Net-Net Session Router (SR), that are designed to help service providers gain operational efficiencies while offloading functionality from older, more expensive Class 4 networks. These new functions are enabled by Acme Packet’s Open Session Routing (OSR) architecture and exploit the ENUM protocol to simplify, consolidate and optimize core SIP routing infrastructure for wireline, wireless and cable operators.

New capabilities for Acme Packet’s Net-Net SR include:

  • IP-based number portability services
  • Trusted calling party name (CNAM) services
  • Geo-redundant access to routing databases

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