As a pioneering network software provider, Metaswitch has a history of powering the voice, data and unified communications services of some of the world’s largest operators. From the ground up, we leverage and fuse our expert knowledge of the software and programming languages that dominate both web-scale applications and more traditional communication networks.
As a recognized pioneer in cloudification, Metaswitch has a deep understanding of what it takes to deliver a true cloud native 5G Core.
Perimeta is the first cloud native session border controller proven to deliver the performance demanded of large-scale rich communications services.
MaX by Metaswitch is a mobile native communications platform blending the native dialer of the smartphone with network-based voice and messaging services.Learn More
Sprint are deploying a suite of fully-virtualized products from Metaswitch, including SBCs and call session control functions, as part of their VoLTE rollout.Download
This executive brief explores these new market dynamics and the impact they will have on communications service providers and their suppliers.Download
Whether incumbent or challenger, the battle for delivering real time communications services in the 2020s will be won by operators that not only best embrace the need for a new type of service platform for this new type of network, but also partner with the suppliers most capable of delivering the software products and solutions that will power it.
The IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is finally ready to deliver on the promise of ubiquitous VoLTE and converged rich communications services; but to fully realize the potential, network operators must think beyond simple virtualized network functions to fully cloud native IMS components.
Carrier-grade multi-persona mobile communications solutions enable mobile network operators to blend the native dialer of the smartphone and network-based voice service with multiple identities, messaging and simple options for users to set-up, manage and control their experience.
Increased pricing pressures are forcing architects to consider the broad adoption of white box switching within their networks, to reduce infrastructure costs while affording greater deployment flexibility. OEMs need an option for building a carrier-class NOS with MPLS and BGP support