CMS-9000 has been deployed in six cities across four continents using Arkadin’s private IP network
Audio and web conferencing services provider Arkadin has deployed embedded wireless infrastructure services provider Radisys’ media servers across the new Arkadin Cloud Collaboration Platform, delivering global conferencing services on a private global-IP network.
Based on a distributed network of Radisys’ media servers, the Cloud Collaboration Platform provides audio collaboration services that enable Arkadin’s customers to manage their global conferencing needs.
Leveraging Radisys’ CMS-9000 media servers, Arkadin’s Cloud Collaboration Platform delivers audio quality, along with call routing, a single set of country access numbers and security.
Arkadin partnered with Radisys to deploy the CMS-9000 in six cities across four continents, all interconnected using Arkadin’s private IP network.
Radisys Media Server Business Unit vice-president and general manager David Smith said the deployment of Radisys media servers is evidence of how the media servers can deliver real-time VoIP services across a cloud telecommunications architecture, allowing Arkadin to offer cloud collaboration services to its enterprise customers.