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computers with microphones and speakers over the public Internet. The calls were often dropped and the voice quality was questionable. Vast improvements in IP networks over the last seven years coupled with advances in media gateway technologies now deliver a QoS that matches or exceeds that delivered via Class 4 and 5 switches over the PSTN.
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An element of the PSTN that was designed to deliver good QoS and thousands of features is Signaling Service 7 (SS7). The interfacing of SS7 and IP networks necessary to deliver calls that travel over both the PSTN and an IP network is a significant challenge. Much progress has been made, including the emergence of a new technology that is roughly the equivalent of SS7 designed to operate with IP networks known as SigTran. In addition, the VOIP industry has new protocols such as the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) that matches or exceeds SS7 in signaling capabilities.
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Many proponents of the PSTN dismiss VoIP and softswitch solutions with the interrogatory Where s the 3,500 5ESS features referring to Lucent Technologies #5 Electronic Switching System (5ESS) Class 5 switch, which is reported to have approximately 3,500 calling features. An interrogation with Lucent Technologies did not produce a list of what each of those 3,500 features are or do. It is highly questionable as to whether each and every one of those 3,500 features is absolutely necessary to the successful operation of a competitive voice service. Telcos that require new features must contract with the switch vendor (in North America that is Lucent Technologies in 90 percent of the Class 5 market) to obtain new features. Obtaining those new features from the switch vendor will require months if not years of development and hundreds of thousands of dollars. Softswitch solutions are often based on open standards and use software applications such as Voice XML (VXML) to write new features. Service providers using softswitch solutions can often write their own features in house in a matter of days. Service providers can also obtain new features from third-party software vendors. Given this ease and economy of developing new features, the question arises, Why limit yourself to a mere 3,500 features Why not 35,000 or more features This ease and flexibility in deploying new features in a softswitch solution offers a service provider the ability to quickly deploy high-margin feaDownloaded from Digital Engineering Library @ McGraw-Hill (www.digitalengineeringlibrary.com) Copyright 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies. All rights reserved. Any use is subject to the Terms of Use as given at the website.
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tures that generate revenues not possible with Class 4 or 5 switches. In a Net Present Value calculation, a softswitch solution, given its lower cost of acquisition and operation coupled with an ability to generate greater revenues, will win over a Class 4 or 5 solution.
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Regulatory Implications
The regulatory environment in the American telecommunications market is sympathetic to VoIP and softswitch solutions. Long-distance VOIP calls in the United States are immune to access fees and Universal Service Fund (USF) levies. VoIP as a bypass technology initially encountered some resistance in countries where incumbent service providers had much to lose to the bypass operations. However, the privatization of national telephone companies and a worldwide movement toward unbundled local loop (ULL) gives impetus to the adoption of VoIP and softswitch technologies as voice technologies that can be quickly and relatively inexpensively deployed, contributing to an improved teledensity and its resulting improved economic infrastructure.
Economic Advantage of Softswitch
Given the previous advantages of a softswitch over a Class 4 or 5 switch in terms of scalability, reliability, QoS, signaling, and features, a softswitch has one more advantage over Class 4 and 5: price. A softswitch solution is considerably less expensive both in terms of acquisition and operation. This presents a lower barrier to entry and exit for a competitive service provider. A lower barrier to entry and exit allows alternative service providers to enter the market. Some types of service providers that could be encouraged to offer voice services in competition to incumbent telephone service providers (local and long distance) include Internet service providers (ISPs), cable TV companies, electric utility companies, application service providers (ASPs), municipalities, and wireless service providers.
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