Aculab speak about interconnecting PSTN and Legacy Networks
Aculab participated in the Next Generation 112 Communications Plugtests event, held in Sophia-Antipolis, France and organised by ETSI and EENA.
The purpose of the event was to trial independently and jointly all components of the 112 communication chain based on NG112 networks.
Aculab’s GroomerII gateway, which was exercised during the Plugtest, forms a key element of the EENA NG112 Long Term Definition (LTD) defined Legacy Network Gateway (LNG). In its capacity as the Protocol Interworking Function (PIF) front-end, Aculab’s gateway acts as the critical interworking interface for emergency calls between legacy switching equipment in fixed and mobile carriers’ exchange offices and the EENA LTD defined Emergency Services Internetwork (ESInet).
In this video, Chris Loutsaris and David Grant from the Aculab Professional Services team talk about interconnecting PSTN and Legacy Networks