Cedar Point Communications is spreading its VoIP wings a bit and expanding into the growing fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) sector.
Cedar Point, a long-time PacketCable player, said it has completed an interoperability test between its flagship SAFARI C³ Multimedia Switching System and Wave 7 Optics’ Trident7 and Last Mile Link (LML) FTTP systems.
The combination, which tested against both the PacketCable and SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) architectures, will make it easier for service providers to deploy VoIP and other IP multimedia services via their fiber networks, the companies said.
“Achieving interoperability with the Cedar Point suite of products represents another important step towards assuring a smooth deployment of triple-play services for our customers,” said Wave7 CEO Tom Tighe, in a statement.
Cedar Point’s SAFARI C³ integrates several PacketCable network elements, including the call management server, media gateway, record keeping server and signaling gateway, into one logical device.