The new specifications would enable the re-use of IS-41
network elements including, but not limited to, switches, Home Location Registers, Visitor Location Registers, Interworking Functions and subscriber databases.
There, more than 460 industry participants -- primarily new carriers and equipment manufacturers -- learned about the IS-136 TDMA and IS-41
WIN business solution.
The CTIA program reflects the wireless industry's continued promotion of and commitment to seamless networking technology that allows IS-41 service providers to eliminate cloning fraud, even in networks visited by roaming subscribers.
The test plan represents an industry-wide effort to specify a set of generic network tests for IS-41 Authentication, including the functionality specified in both TIA IS-41 Revision C and TIA TSB51 for IS-41 Revision B systems.
The CTIA chose Synacom Technology to develop the Authentication test plan to verify compliance with IS-41.
Building on the proven performance and success of our existing product lines, our new mobile-driven network management technology gives both IS-41 and GSM-based carriers the ability to offer the network performance and services that position them as the carrier of choice among home subscribers and roamers alike.
Whether employing GSM, IS-41, or GPRS technologies to direct traffic, the system's non-intrusive monitoring capabilities provide complete network visibility, enabling the carrier to improve service quality; minimize time-to-market of new services; enhance roaming profitability; introduce revenue-generating, location-based services; and protect the network against fraud and cyber terrorism.
The RoamFree(TM) Gateway is designed to enable seamless roaming between DCS/PCS-1900 (the North American version of the GSM standard) networks and IS-41 networks.
headquartered in San Jose, California, is a leading developer of wireless network protocol products, including IS-41, IS-124, GSM and CDPD.
Sentinel provides protocol analyses to trace calls from start to finish, across multiple protocols, including ANSI ISUP (American National Standards Institute integrated services digital network user part), IS-41
, and TALI.