Starvision develops Managed Service Systems
-- turnkey systems for centralized creation and management of services deployed on
broadband networks. The target customers are service providers and large organizations,
both which have strong requirements for reliability, scalability, and manageability.
Starvision's products reduce the time to market and the operational costs associated with
introducing new services through their off-the-shelf nature and centralized management.
Starvision's Managed Service Systems are
carrier class, standards-based, and vendor and network protocol independent, and support
heterogeneous networks. The Managed Service Systems software architecture is based on TINA
(Telecommunications Information Networking Architecture), an advanced architectural
standard providing a forward-looking foundation of business and technology models for
Starvision's products include:
SCMS-25000 : A fault tolerant,
TINA based service control and management system which enables service providers to
deliver a variety of managed services to their customers over broadband ATM and IP
MCS-ATM , MCS/IP: Service
applications for the SCMS-25000 which provided managed multimedia conferencing services
over ATM and IP networks.
VTS-ATM: An SCMS-25000 service
application for video trunking (4:2:2/HDTV), post production and broadcast applications
over ATM networks.
DMF-4800 : A carrier class,
multi-protocol MCU/Gateway used in MCS services. Supports H.310 (MPEG-2 over ATM), H.321
(H.320 over ATM) and H.320 (H.320 over ISDN), H.323 (H.323 over IP and ATM) and MPEG-2
StarMED, StarED, StarCORP: End
user MCS applications for clinical telemedicine, interactive distance learning and
Starvision's products are available today and
have been deployed by leading service providers in North America and Europe.
For additional information, please see www.starvision.com