Converged Web-Telecom Applications
Enhance Communications with new competitive services
Oracle OCCAS + Optare VCP
Converged Web-Telecom Applications involve the delivery or sharing of one or more types of media, whether it is voice/audio, video, images or other types of data, which requires converged applications to interact with media servers.
Oracle Communications Converged Application Server (OCCAS) is a carrier-grade, open, standards-based converged Web-telecom application platform based on the SIP Servlet, Java EE, Web Services, and IMS standards. It is designed for a wide-range of IP-based, communication-enabled applications, such as VoIP, multimedia conferencing, SIP/IMS-based call control and messaging services.
Extend OCCAS functionalities with Optare Solutions Virtual Communications Platform, adding a web interface to easily configure the use cases built on OCCAS, and reduce time to market reusing use cases already configured.
Enable New Business Models
- Establishes a services-layer foundation and scalable growth infrastructure
- Realize new revenue from innovative converged Web-Telecom application
- Maximize profitability of new and existing converged-IP services
- Extends unified communications and contact center features to enterprise applications
- Virtual network function (VNF) compliance with network function virtualization (NFV)
- Converged Web-telecom application container based on SIP Servlet, IMS, Java EE, Diameter, Media Server Control and Web Services
- Ease of service creation and innovation with seamless composition of Web/HTTP and SIP/IMS features
- Virtual Network Function (VNF) compliance to Network Function Virtualization
- Carrier-grade high availability and reliability deployment architecture with geographical redundancy, tiered clustering, and session replication
- Extreme high performance and low latency with real-time Java runtime, asynchronous session management and virtualization suppor
Top Use Cases
Based on OCCAS Integration possibilities, CSPs can offer advanced services over fixed and mobile communications.
Here are some use cases that can be built thanks to OCCAS and VCP
Filter out-of-hours incoming work-related calls and allow personal calls.
Service to restrict certain outgoing calls to selected users, and allow them by requiring a PIN code.
Allow customers to request an alias-number to use for a certain period of time and with a specific behavior (e.g., only receive calls during non-working hours…)
Allows users to filter anonymous calls (when the caller has not provided their call number), requiring the caller to record their name and then play it back to the service user.
Ability to check called numbers in a database and play a warning message if the called number is a malicious number
Contact us and discover other use cases and help you solve other needs you may have.