Radisys® Corporation has announced the availability of Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) application development platform, WebConnect™ JAVA. JavaEE developers can leverage on Radisys WebConnect capabilities for the real-time services that they are developing.
The solution supports IP multimedia packet processing across both Over The Top (OTT) and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) architectures for a wide range of interactive services, including VoLTE, WebRTC, conferencing, and network transcoding use cases.
Radisys said that there is a growing trend to develop interactive communication services, particularly OTT and WebRTC services, on web application servers based on traditional Internet communication and programming standards, such as Java.. Radisys added that with WebConnect Java, real time communication services can be executed in a Java EE environment – while fully leveraging the economic and performance advantages offered by Radisys’ market leading MRF products.
"Service Delivery Platforms (SDP) based on Java EE are increasingly being utilized to support real-time telecommunication services – particularly for OTT and WebRTC. The Java community defined JSR-309 as the media control interface for Java-based platforms, yet the scalability, virtualization, and platform options for JSR-309 media processing have been somewhat limited across the market. The entry of a media processing leader like Radisys adding JSR-309 compliance across its MRF platforms provides OTT service providers and mobile operators with a well supported range of media processing options to choose from.”
- Ari Banerjee, Senior Analyst, Heavy Reading
“Adding support for JSR-309 was a simple decision as many of the leading web application server platforms on the market today are Java EE based. In addition, the world has far more computer programming professionals with expertise in Java programming than telecommunication service developers with expertise in SIP. Radisys WebConnect is focused on opening up this market by delivering first-class media processing capabilities to the broad community of IT professionals developing real-time communication services using Java platforms be they WebRTC, video or audio based.”
- Grant Henderson, VP of Marketing and Product Management, Radisys