Increased Switch Performance – It reduces the additional load of LCR processing from switch and enables it handle traffic more efficiently.
Real Time Updates – Routing policies are updated seamlessly without affecting the live traffic
Routes – Supports any number of routes without affecting the load capacity.
Scalability – The scales horizontally by adding additional servers based on load requirements.
Highly Affordable – The solution can be deployed with minimal hardware. Simple server with Intel Core i7 Processor and 8 GB RAM can cater to 5000 SIP redirect requests per second.
Flexibility – Any new feature can be easily added with minimal reduction in load capacity.
Vox SIP Redirect is positioned between SBCs and rate management servers, receiving route updates in real time, but only delivering the updates and routes to the SBC/softswitches on-demand. SBCs/softswitches are no longer required to perform the complex routing decisions, reducing load so that CPS and concurrent call handling capacity are increased.
Whenever a call needs to be routed, the SBC directly forwards the request to Vox SIP Redirect without performing any routing logic. The SIP redirect server then performs the required routing logic as per the rates update received from rate management server and sends the response to the SBC the appropriate call route through which the call should be terminated.
SIP Sessions: With a machine configuration - Intel® Core™ i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz ( 8 threads ) Single Quad Core, 8 GB RAM, and 8MB Cache, Vox SIP Redirect can successfully handle 5000 concurrent SIP sessions.
No of dial codes: 60K
No of gateways per dial code: 10
Max Delay with 5000 Requests per sec(CPS): 500 Micro seconds
Max Delay with 1000 Requests per sec(CPS): 300 Micro seconds
Diameter Sessions: With a machine configuration - Intel® Core™ i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz ( 8 threads ) Single Quad Core, 8 GB RAM, and 8MB Cache, Vox SIP Redirect can successfully handle 3000 concurrent Diameter sessions.