This paper provides an in-depth description of a communications service delivery system design in which media gateways, signaling gateways, and media servers delivering conferencing, speech recognition, text-tospeech (TTS), and interactive voice response (IVR) services are loosely coupled through a LAN or WAN IP backbone. Feature and function distribution among service components (applications, media resources, network trunks, etc.) and the required interactions between switching, media delivery, and presentation service components will be discussed along with the specific functions and messages that can be implemented to control and manage distributed service components.
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