Release Announcement for Oracle Communications WebRTC Session Controller 7.0
(Doc ID 1600805.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 12, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Communications WebRTC Session Controller - Version 7.0.0 to 7.0.0 [Release 7.0.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Voice communications are increasingly shifting to web and IP-based applications that are outside of traditional telephony networks. Enterprise users want to access their unified communications applications with their own Internet-connected mobile devices and consumers increasingly prefer Internet-based communications channels to access contact centers. In order to meet the demands of users, communications service providers and enterprises are beginning to deploy innovative new applications based on a technology known as WebRTC.
WebRTC is an emerging Internet standard that equips any device with a supported web browser with real-time communications capabilities – such as voice calling, video or screen sharing – via simple application programming interfaces without requiring users to download plug-ins. From a recent Ovum report: ”WebRTC promises to be the next significant disruption to the business communications market, challenging vendors, operators, and enterprises to integrate telephony and video communications with the Web.” (http://ovum.com/research/webrtc-implications-for-the-enterprise/)
To address this market, Oracle has created the Oracle Communications WebRTC Session Controller to provide a foundation for innovation in a highly available, carrier grade solution designed to enable rapid development and deployment of powerful and differentiating WebRTC applications. Oracle Communications WebRTC Session Controller is based on technologies from the Oracle Communications Converged Application Server and Oracle’s Acme Packet Session Border Controller. It brings carrier grade network capabilities into the web domain enabling communications service providers and enterprises to create a new form of high quality communications for their users.
The Oracle Communications WebRTC Session Controller includes:
- Media Engine - interworking between WebRTC-associated media and SIP-associated media
- Client SDK – extensible software development kit (SDK) to assist with rapid RTC application development
KEY FEATURES OF THIS RELEASE
- Web Application Ready
- Web Centric Signaling
- Identity Management - Web AAA, OAuth Support
- Protocol extensibility
- Flexible Scripting Engine
- Service Assurance and Reliability
- Browser Rehydration
- Network Handoff
- High Availability
- Signaling and Media Border Security and Policy
- Signaling and Media DoS
- Signaling and Media Policy Management
- Broadband Policy Management - PCRF Integration
- Advanced Media Handling
- Interworking Function - SRTP/RTP
- Audio Transcoding
- Support for various media anchoring Scenarios
- Independently scalable Media and Signaling Engine
Oracle Communications WebRTC Session Controller 7.0 is targeted for availability on the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud on November 15 2013.
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