Quobis Networks and Asipto today announced a set of business collaboration agreements to market and support a series of solutions based on Session Initiated Protocol (SIP) for telecom operators and governments in LATAM and Iberian markets. Under this new model, customers will realize unprecedented flexibility through improved interoperability and manageability of the open source solutions developed by Asipto.
Quobis will provide professional services in the phases of analysis, planning, design and certification for projects related with implementations of open source unified communications, where the company has a broad experience. During the last four years Quobis has worked in some of the most important projects in iberian markets.
Main solutions included in this new portfolio are unified communications (IP communication sessions with NAT traversal support, presence and instant messaging, rich telephony features and media services), load balancing (customizable load balancing rules, with safeguard module to secure the SIP internal network, offer high availability and failover), prepaid engine (with per-second precision billing and multiple charging plans) and number portability (Number Portability Server with high capacity of records for ported numbers and ability to process thousands of requests per second).
“This agreement reaffirms the commitment of our company to become the leading technical consultancy in Latam and Spain and contributes to complete our portfolio of services for telecom operators” states Iago Soto, Chief Marketing Officer of Quobis. Daniel-Constantin Mierla, co-founder of Kamailio (OpenSER) is confident that “this agreement makes possible to expand our developments to new markets addressing operators and companies through our new Spanish partner”
Quobis is an spanish company that helps leading companies turn challenging communication requirements into opportunities for growth using telecom emerging technologies like ITS, Smartgrids, Mobile WiMAX or open source VOIP. The team is formed by senior telecom engineers, with several years of professional experience working on consultancy, design, planning and project management within these technologies.
ASIPTO has a strong background in Kamailio (OpenSER), SIP and VoIP. Backed up by two co-founders of Kamailio (OpenSER) SIP Server Project, the knowledge of the team is built on the experiences in VoIP since beginning of 2002, with world wide production deployments and active development of Kamailio (OpenSER).