JAIN SLEE

Communication Service Providers face the need for an standard Service Logic Execution Environment (SLEE). The main concern is to deploy an open, standards based, service logic execution environment (SLEE) that integrates with current and future networks since it’s the key for providing innovative and revenue generating services.

JAIN SLEE was targeted among telecommunication service in order to allow carrier-grade call aware services. As programming languages evolve, Java has arisen as the industry standard for client-server architectures, where a large Java developer community can be involved to deliver better services. JAIN SLEE aims at defining a programming model to simplify the work of the application developers, eliminating common programmer errors and ensure that robust services can be developed rapidly.

JAIN addresses many of the challenges that operators and service providers face due to the “stove-pipe” nature of current networks and the uncertainty and risk associated with the development of new services on both current and next generation networks.

 

Rapid Application Development with JAIN SLEE

Communication Service Providers need to be able to deploy services rapidly and ensure efficient use of network resources, eliminating legacy “stove-pipe” or “silo” architectures. They need to reduce time to market, cost and risk associated with the launch of new services.    

The solution is to deploy an open, standards based, service logic execution environment (SLEE) that integrates with current and future networks. This is the key to delivering innovative and revenue generating services.

The JAIN SLEE specification defines a standard, service logic execution environment and specifies how portable, carrier grade telecommunication services can be built, managed and executed.

JAIN SLEE is specifically targeted for telecommunications application development. It enables the rapid creation of carrier-grade call aware services.

JAIN is built on Java, which has emerged as the industry standard for client-server architectures. JAIN SLEE defines a programming model to simplify the work of application developers, eliminating common programming errors and ensuring that robust services can be developed rapidly. By deploying solutions based on JAIN, the skills of the growing Java developer community can be harnessed to deliver more effective revenue-generating services.

JAIN addresses many of the challenges that operators and service providers face due to the “stove-pipe” nature of current networks. By allowing multiple applications to share the same resources, more efficient service deployment can be achieved.

With JAIN, the cost, uncertainty and risk associated with the development of new services on both current and next generation networks can be significantly reduced.