NFV architectures continue to expand across the telecommunications industry due to its benefits of flexibility, scalability, and efficiencies offered by virtualized environments. Radisys released a Media Processing in NFV Architectures white paper in December 2014 that reviews the general benefits that NFV architecture offer to service and solution providers and describes the challenges posed by fully virtualized environments for real time applications in general, and media processing applications in particular. This white paper is an evolution of that earlier work based on real-world integration challenges and experiences. To overcome these challenges, Radisys developed the MediaEngine Virtualized Media Resource Function, a media processing powerhouse used for a wide range of revenue-generating interactive HD audio and HD video services. This software-only solution is highly optimized to deliver exceptional media processing performance in virtualized and cloud environments.
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