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Is openDiameter reliable and stable enough to use.

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Is openDiameter reliable and stable enough to use it instead of a buying a Diameter stack.

posted Aug 8, 2013 by Naveena Garg

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Depends on the bandwidth you have and your actual requirements. You may need specific 3GPP interfaces, which will be available in commercial products, and you can straight away start with your application. Vendors generally take care of IOT issues. (Well, interoperability is an issue in Diameter implementations...)
On the other hand if you have the time and resources, you can build things on top of OpenDiameter.

Disclaimer: We are a Diameter vendor but I believe this comment is fairly objective :)

answer Aug 9, 2013 by Rathnakumar Kayyar
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openDiameter is not used yet in Production environment to my knowledge, although several companies have developed their own extensions and are at the final validation stage already, and as far as I know they are satisfied with openDiameter.

answer Aug 8, 2013 by Mandeep Sehgal
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