Do you need to offload voice and messaging services to Wi-Fi or LTE?
As network usage increases and capacity becomes constrained, offloading core voice and SMS services is a cost effective way of moving traffic to lower cost or higher bandwidth networks such as Wi-Fi and LTE. In addition, as operators prepare for the move to an all-IP future, Voice Call Continuity (VCC) is one of key transition technologies to ensure continuity of service between 2G and 4G networks.
Alternatively, if you are an operator who does not own cellular assets but wants to offer an “always-on” mobile service, providing a mobile VoIP service which includes VCC for voice off-load between CS and Wi-Fi is highly compelling. Cicero offers a range of mobile VoIP & FMC client applications to meet these needs.