The Ericsson IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is a system consisting of virtual network functions (VNF) that delivers rich real-time communication services for both consumer and business users over any access network, for any device type, including smartphones, tablets, wearables, laptops, and fixed-line phones. Examples of communication services include HD voice (VoLTE), Wi-Fi calling, enriched messaging, enriched calling with pre-call info, video calling, HD video conferencing, and web communication. Ericsson IMS networks are deployed globally.
OUR KEY BENEFITS
A new communication experience from multimedia services with the quality, security, and reliability expected of a telecom-grade service. With Ericsson’s global reach, users do not have to wonder whether the other person’s network, device, or application is compatible with their own.
Service provider business benefits
In order to rationalize networks, save operational costs, and harmonize the services, mobile and fixed networks are converging. In line with this, IMS provides one common system for all IP-based communication services both for consumers and business users.
Ericsson solution benefits
Ericsson provides complete end-to-end offerings for communication solutions, including system integration services. Ericsson has the most field-proven IMS solution in the world, enabling fast deployment, cost-efficient expansion, secured interoperability, and best-in-class performance within a broad ecosystem.
Our range of products
Authentication and security platform that enables service providers to cover an extensive set of devices.
Manages all signaling from end-user to services and other networks allowing convergence of networks.
Enables the smooth evolution of existing SMS and MMS services toward IP-communication infrastructure.
Provides virtualized solution for media services, like announcements, tones and conferencing.
An application server for voice and multimedia applications providing cost efficient services.
A product to guarantee security and interoperability between IMS and other networks.