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RADVISION Developer Platform Brings Flexible H.323 Implementation to Acme Packet Session Border Controller

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Executive Summary

Acme Packet, the leader in session border control, enables service providers to deliver premium, interactive communications - voice, video, and multimedia sessions - across IP network borders. When crafting its Net-Net Session Border Controller (SBC) family, which handles tasks such as IP internetworking and Service Level Agreement (SLA) assurance, Acme Packet wanted to provide scalability and flexibility to meet the current and emerging needs of service providers worldwide. With that goal in mind, the Burlington, Mass. based company opted to implement a third-party H.323 stack - a robust and very mature signaling protocol - in its Net-Net SBC design. After evaluating a number of options, Acme Packet found its answer in RADVISION's H.323 Protocol Toolkit.

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