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Give VoIP operators detailed visibility into the performance and profitability of their VoIP network. The NexOSS VoIP Operations and Billing Support System (OSS/BSS) is suite of integrated back office applications which complement the operation of OSPrey Route Servers.  NexOSS provides VoIP operators with an easy to use web interface for provisioning routes, rates, number translation rules and monitoring traffic analysis and billing reports. Learn More

 


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NexOSS-FC uses SIP Analytics to detect fraudulent calling trends before calls are made. The TransNexus NexOSS-FC solution can complement any Session Border Controller (SBC) or softswitch and can provide fraud detection for any SIP device. Learn More

 


  SDReporter

SDReporter is the complete Call Detail Record (CDR) reporting and analysis solution for Acme Packet Session Border Controllers.  Designed to be simple and efficient, SDReporter is easy to install and provides comprehensive Quality of Service (QoS) reports and alarms. Learn More

 


OSPrey-NP

OSPrey-NP is a simple, low cost, high performance software platform for hosting the U.S. number portability database locally within your network. The OSPrey-NP server automatically stays synchronized with the U.S. Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC, www.npac.com) to ensure that your network has a near real time copy of the NPAC. The OSPrey platform has been used in carrier operations since 2000.  OSPrey-NP is a specialized version of the OSPrey platform and is based on years of proven carrier grade reliability and performance. Learn More

 


OSPrey

The OSPrey server is a feature rich, high performance routing and CDR collection server for VoIP networks. The OSPrey server may be deployed as a external route server, or service control point (VoIP SCP), for multiple softswitches or session border controllers.  Or, the OSPrey server can be deployed as a VoIP peering server for secure access control, routing and CDR collection for direct peer to peer traffic among anonymous VoIP networks. Learn More