Elitecore Announces Latest AAA – Version 6.6
Addresses requirements of Next Generation Data Networks
Elitecore Technologies, a global provider of Next-generation BSS and Packet Core solution announces the release of latest AAA version – EliteAAA v6.6 with configurable service flow, smart overload protection, enhanced proxy chaining & forking and LTE – WiFi interworking to meet EPC (Evolved Packet Core) requirements.
The configurable service flow will enable CSPs transform their AAA infrastructure to support convergence of networks to design complex call-flow supporting faster roll out of new services and customer experience.
Says Dhaval Vora, VP, Product Management, Elitecore Technologies – “The new EliteAAA version will benefit CSPs looking to replace legacy AAA and consolidation of multiple AAA to a single convergent platform. It comes with new ‘drag and drop’ user interface, making the system flexible to handle complex policy rules and definition from a single screen”
Smart overload protection in EliteAAA v6.6 ensures a consistent user experience. Elite AAA offers priority-level threshold protection to handle TPS spikes in the network gracefully which improves the service availability for the connected sessions and revenue assurance for the CSPs.
The additional key features of EliteAAA V6.6.0 include: support for multiple and multilevel proxy communication, personalized dashboard view of KPI and alarms, EPC Interfaces and LTE – Wi-Fi interworking. EliteAAA V6.6 offers a convergent AAA for multiple networks which will be the way forward for CSP rolling out Next c.
EliteAAA V6.6 is based on Elitecore 3GPP compliant EliteCSM platform – an indigenously developed common RADIUS & DIAMETER stack which ensures enhancements in interfaces reflected across all CSM products. The Platform approach greatly reduces operators integration & operations costs and gives better flexibility to manage converged core.
NFV ready EliteAAA is deployable in premise or on Cloud with geo redundant architecture. EliteAAA has 80+ deployments across convergent networks, Fixedline networks, Mobile Networks, Cable Networks and Wifi networks.