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MediaEngine Transcode Resource Function (TRF) - Advanced Multimedia Transcode Platform

August 4, 2017

The accelerated introduction of new higher fidelity and more bandwidth efficient codecs coupled with the cost of forklift upgrades is driving the need for a new approach to transcoding - one which delivers better economics with increased flexibility to future proof your network, while preserving past investments in your session boarder controllers and media gateway platforms. Building on over 15 years of leadership in IP Multimedia Subsystem and media plane decomposition, Radisys' MediaEngine Transcode Resource Function products allow communications service providers to deploy transcoding as an adjunct function which scales independently and complements existing legacy network elements such as SBCs and media gateways. By decoupling transcoding as an adjunct function which scales independently and complements existing legacy network elements such as SBCs and media gateways. By decoupling transcoding from legacy network elements, communication service providers can lower their overall OpEx costs up to 60% by deploying fewer but more powerful Media Engine TRF nodes in the network, eliminating the need for expensive forklift upgrades typical of adding HD transcoding capabilities to today's SBCs and media gateways. Radisys' MediaEngine TRF solutions, including the MediaEngine TRF-12000 DSP optimized platform and the MediaEngine Virtualized TRF software only solution, provide communications service providers with flexible deployment and scalability options, while positioning operators for their shift to telecom cloud architectures.

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