Rhino TAS & SIS

The powerful capabilities of Rhino TAS & SIS together with the benefits of open development enable our customers to take service innovation further, faster and with dramatically lower costs – more competitively.

Rhino Architecture Diagram

Rhino Product Architecture

Rhino TAS - Telecom Application Server

Rhino TAS provides the development and delivery environment for legacy SS7 services, LTE IMS services and, of course, converged services that span multiple network technologies. The extensive array of resource adapters enable services to interact with charging platforms, internal IT systems and databases, and Internet servers.

Multiple Java-based telecom applications can be deployed within Rhino TAS, including converged JAIN SLEE and SIP-Servlet apps. The extensive array of resource adapters provide SS7 and SIP/IMS network connectivity and enable services to interact with charging platforms, internal IT systems, databases, and Internet servers.

Using this rich connectivity, Rhino TAS applications deliver solutions to enable network evolution and solve signalling challenges just as well as they deliver innovative communication services to subscribers.

Rhino SIS - Service Interaction and Service Broking

The flexible service interaction capabilities of Rhino SIS enable new services and service enhancements to be constructed by re-using existing service components within new service compositions. Convergent features (including IM-SSF) decouple the service implementation from the subscriber’s network to enable legacy service re-use within all-IP domains, and vice-versa.

The Rhino Service Interaction Subsystem (SIS) provides a layer for intelligently handling service requests (triggers) from the underlying networks. This includes interworking between different protocols, and even between different network types, as well as service broking to create new services composed from a pool of other service assets.

Rhino SIS can invoke services deployed within Rhino TAS and services on external service control points (SCPs) and application servers (ASs)

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