03 March 2014
Cataleya, a wholly-owned subsidiary of carrier neutral exchange company Epsilon, has today announced the launch of a session border controller (SBC) created specifically for IP services.
Cataleya’s SBC is
designed to meet the needs of IP services from network through
to application, offering end-to-end quality of service.
"Cataleya develops and markets a session border controller, but
probably a more appropriate name for it is an IP multi services
platform," said Andreas Hipp, CEO at Epsilon, speaking
exclusively to Capacity Daily.
Hipp explains that the capabilities of SBCs have dramatically
improved over the last few years and now near resemble fully
fledged voice, video and data switching platforms for IP
"Everything is moving more aggressively to a full IP network,
and we need to find a solution for how to add value to our
existing customer base and help them during the transition to
an all-IP network," Hipp says.
Headquartered in Singapore, Cataleya’s SBC
features comprehensive visibility via near real-time and
trending analytics reporting, as well as simple and intuitive
It is designed to stand as a network solution, delivering a
high quality of performance and full scalability.
"No-one, to our knowledge, is offering a full Quality of
Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) solution across
the network," Hipp says.
"Our solution combines a very intuitive network management
platform and user interface, which allows simple and fast
provisioning cycles, and consequently, reduced operational
The company is trialling its SBC with a number of European,
North American and Asian interconnect and retail operators and
are scheduled for completion by summer 2014.
"The Middle East is a very important emerging market for us,
and [Capacity Middle East] is a great opportunity for us to be
there at the right time."
The Capacity Middle East 2014 conference
opened today in Dubai and continues until March 5.