Media resource function
Quickly deploy multimedia services across fixed and mobile networks
The Nokia Media Resource Function (MRF) is a powerful, standalone multimedia server in the IMS architecture. With MRF software, service providers can quickly deploy multimedia services across fixed and mobile networks.
The MRF is a major step in the evolution of software media processing. It enhances communications with a more personal, social, secure, and mobile experience. The MRF integrates advanced video conferencing features, supporting new CODECs for audio and video conferencing, streaming, transcoding, and recording. Its dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) detection capabilities enable user interactions.
Operators can avoid service silos by sharing the cost-saving capabilities of the MRF across services. These services include next-generation IN applications (NGIN), content-based video services and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) including Voice over LTE and WiFi (VoLTE, VoWiFi).