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Create a standards-based Diameter signaling core in your IP networks that provides the bandwidth to support data-hungry devices and

applications. Tekelec's Diameter Signaling Router centralizes routing, traffic management and load-balancing tasks to create an architecture that enables your IMS and LTE networks to grow incrementally to support increasing service and traffic demands. The Diameter solution provides protocol mediation and interworking functions that allow you to manage 2G/3G-to-LTE and LTE-to-LTE roaming seamlessly. And, as the first point of contact at the networks edge, the DSR is the ideal vantage point from which to defend your network against potential overloads or attacks. The Tekelec DSR can be deployed as an IETF Diameter Agent, 3GPP Diameter Routing Agent (DRA) or GSMA Diameter Edge Agent (DEA).

Improve your IMS and LTE Diameter signaling performance and scalability Avoid vendor lock-in with the ability to interwork multivendor endpoints Reduce the cost of adding new network nodes Improve security and simplify routing at your network interconnect point Support IMS Subscriber Locator Function (SLF) capability

non-call related signaling / Diameter is the standardized signaling protocol for authentication, charging, policy control and mobility

Together with the migration of the call control signaling to SIP in IMS, the Diameter protocol is one of the pillars in the transformation of network signaling to native IP based protocols It acts as a Diameter Agent (DA), Diameter Routing Agent (DRA) and Diameter Edge Agent (DEA) and supports the relevant standard specifications provided by IETF and 3GPP
Diameter is the signaling protocol that is rapidly replacing RADIUS and SS7 throughout the network and in LTE becomes the signaling protocol that all entities speak.

Diameter is an authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA) protocol and a successor to RADIUS. Diameter protocol developed to overcome the limitations of RADIUS. RADIUS cannot effectively deal well with remote access, IP mobility and policy control. More reliable by using TCP and SCTP instead of UDP used by Radius. Diameter = Twice the Radius

What is SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) IETF RFC3261: Internet standard SIP is an application-layer control (signaling) protocol for creating, modifying, and terminating sessions with one or more participants. These sessions include Internet telephone calls, multimedia distribution, and multimedia conferences. Server/Client mode Text based protocol UTF-8 charset Used with other IETF protocols to build a complete multimedia communication architecture RTP (Real Time Transport) RTSP (Real Time Streaming protocol) MEGACO (Media Gateway Control Protocol) SDPSession Description Protocol SIP Basic functions SIP establishes and terminates multimedia communications based on following aspects: User locationdetermination of the end system to be used for communication User availabilitydetermination of the willingness of the called party to engage in communications User capabilitiesdetermination of the media and media parameters to be used Session setupestablishment of session parameters at both called and calling party, "ringing. Session managementincluding transfer and termination of sessions, modifying session parameters, and invoking services.