Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (PTT/POC)

PTT/PoC provides instant voice communication for groups or individuals by simply pushing a button, much like on a “walkie-talkie”. It is compatible with OMA and Nokia native PoC handsets and works over GPRS/3G. PTT/PoC offers excellent corporate and community services and is available at a very low initial investment, providing fast revenue. Azetti currently has more than 20 commercial PTT installations.

Multimedia Messaging Service Center (MMSC)

MMSC allows the sending and receiving by mobile devices of messages that include multimedia objects (images, audio, video, rich text). The Azetti MMSC provides all standard interfaces (MM1, MM4, MM7…) as well as added services such as media conversion, DRM and billing.

Wireless Internet Gateway

The Wireless Internet Gateway allows cellular customers to connect to and surf the internet from their cellular phones. The Wireless Internet Gateway sits between mobile devices and the World Wide Web, passing pages from one to the other and providing added services such as authentication, filtering and billing. The Wireless Internet Gateway is an essential element for all cellular carriers to start offering Wireless Internet Services.

SMS Gateway

Give your customers access to Value Added Service Providers via SMS. The SMS Gateway integrates easily with SMS application providers and your network infrastructure.

The SMS gateway is used between SMSC and Premium SMS applications and can connect simultaneously to several SMSCs through different protocols. It can handle routing via various criteria and manage alerts and campaigns.

Presence Server

The Azetti Networks Presence Server provides a way to share availability, willingness and other status information (such as location or personal image) in a 3GPP IMS network. It allows other applications (e.g. PoC) to include subscriber presence and contact information.

Coming later in 2010.

XML Document Management Server (XDMS)

The Azetti Network’s XML Document Management Server (XDMS) is a key IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) element that allows operators to maintain their subscribers’ profile information in a central, secure and easy to access repository. The information can be shared easily with other applications in the network.