CRBT software side network diagram. Overall Architecture. .. In this section, the system architecture design will be explained. The CRBT platform provides customizable ring back tone and powered with the fastest main memory database CSQL on top of MySQL database. Architecture. Mahindra Comviva’s caller ring back tone (CRBT) solution enables The CRBT solution’s core application comprises of a combination of Open Architecture.
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This is a real good explantion and map.
There are not too many around on the web. That I have found so far.
Ring Back Tones (RBT)
Another good arcgitecture I have found is: ECT ringback And there are so many wrong explanations of rbts on the web. So thanks for the info provided. Thanks for explaining clearly about CRBT.
Hii, Explanation is good! Please include in this msg flow chart. Thanks for sharing this nice informative post Very efficiently written information.
It will be beneficial to anybody who utilizes it, including me. Keep up the good work. For sure i will check out more archietcture.
This site seems to get a good amount of visitors. It’s ctbt useful to me. When person A calls person B, if person B is available, then person A hears a ringback tone! Now CRBT replaces that ringback tone with a selectable music.
Caller Ring Back Tone (CRBT) – Mahindra Comviva
CRBT can be implemented various ways! Switch receives a call from Subscriber A to Subscriber B.
If no, it sends back to the call to connect the call normally. As soon as IVR receives the call, it plays back the pre-programmed music as per caller architefture or the Subscriber B.
Telecom Tutorial: CRBT (Caller Ring Back Tone)
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