As networks evolve to the SDN and NFV architectures they retain the need for handling large quantities of sensitive real time media traffic. For these networks Sansay is providing session control on Virtual Machine hypervisors such as VMWare and KVM. The vmVSXi can also be quickly deployed as a VM resident session controller across any cloud infrastructure such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Compute Engines (GCE), IBM Bluemix. With Sansay’s vmVSXi session controller communications service providers can realize the benefits of cloud computing: rapid deployment, scaleable computing capacity and lower upfront investment.
Sansay’s vmVSXi session controller enables service providers to offer voice, video and multimedia services to residential, enterprise and wholesale customers via a cloud. Additional capacity and locations can be quickly tested and turned up including back-up and disaster recovery (DR) replacing the need for expensive co-location facilities.
Sansay’s cloud based vmVSXi session controller eliminates the need to invest in hardware and colo space up front, so service providers can develop and deploy applications faster. The vmVSXi can be used to launch as many or as few virtual session controllers as are needed, where they are needed and can scale up or down to handle changes in requirements or spikes in popularity, reducing your need to forecast traffic. Sansay leverages the virtual images which can be pre-configured in a single or redundant Sansay session control instances depending on the application and capacity requirements. The Sansay vmVSXi session control is created from the same award winning VSXi software available for appliance based deployments. In addition, communications service providers can dynamically allocate sessions across vmVSXi virtual instances without paying site licenses. This dynamic allocation can also be shared with appliance-based VSXi deployments. In addition, communications service providers can dynamically allocate session licenses across multiple vmVSXi virtual instances: KVM, vmWare, AWS, Google, IBM, and or Bare Metal without paying additional site licenses. This dynamic session license allocation can also be shared with appliance-based VSXi deployments.