With the rapid development of mobile Internet, the new mobile communication technologies continue to emerge, bringing a huge impact on the traditional telecom network, while effectively promoting the convergence of CT and IT in the meanwhile. By using powerful smart terminals, users can enjoy services more than traditional voice call, SMS or Internet surfing. ZTE vIMS
portfolio is the footstone of VoLTE and even 5G. It accelerates the convergence of the existing network and enables users to enjoy HD voice/video service, FMC service, ICS service and other new service experiences. Meanwhile, it helps the telecom network to evolve towards the basic network for the future communication. By supporting 4G converged communication, service capability exposure, cloud-based network infrastructure and evolution towards 5G, ZTE vIMS portfolio provides strategies and approaches for smooth evolution to the future network and enables fast and convenient new service deployment, helping operators to address the problem of strategy transition.
ZTE vIMS Architecture
ZTE vIMS architecture adopts low coupling and stateless design. User data is located in cloud storage and no longer bound with service processing. Public modules are separated from service logic and become universal components. Service processing control plane is separated with user plane for flexible deployment.
ZTE vIMS Unified Service
ZTE vIMS provides unified service control with TCO saving for converged fixed and mobile services and migration capability to future networks with software upgrading only. Geographical redundancy capability provides reliable services even when one site is out of service. Multi-level disaster recovery mechanism guarantees that network reliability easily reaches 99.999%.
ZTE vIMS Features
As a base for VoLTE, VoWiFi, RCS (Rich Communication Suite) and FMC networks, ZTE vIMS delivers voice, video and rich communication services with flexible charging policies. And it is capable of addressing your business needs through openness, scalability, manageability and interoperability.