Monday, March 27, 2023

Radiator team take part in IETF 116 in Yokohama

We at Radiator take pride in applying the latest industry standards into Radiator. Part of these efforts include actively engaging with the relevant IETF working groups. Following up on the widely supported reboot of the RADIUS Extensions working group at IETF 115 in London, Radiator team is flying out to Japan to participate in IETF 116 in person. We’re especially looking forward to these two sessions:

  • RADIUS EXTensions (radextra)
  • EAP Method Update (emu)

    Meet the team

    Staying at the forefront of industry developments is a top priority for Radiator development. As always, we are looking forward to working on RADIUS drafts and standards and implementing them in Radiator. If you’re in Yokohama, come find us at the and say hi! The point of contact is Radiator developer Heikki Vatiainen, who is available to meet at Pacifico venue. Everyone else, please drop us an email!

    Want to know more?

  • IETF 116 Yokohama
  • IETF 116 RADIUS EXTensions meeting
  • IETF EAP Method Update meeting
  • Our blog from IETF 115 highlights
  • Monday, March 13, 2023

    Radiator SIM Pack 2.8 released! Major scalability improvement and other enhanced features

    We are pleased to announce the release of Radiator SIM Pack version 2.8. This new release contains major scalability improvement and many enhanced features.

    Scalability improvement and other enhanced features

    To make it easier to manage large installations and improve performance, Radiator 3GPP AAA Server now supports configuration with multiple parallel workers that use the same Diameter identity. This update was also reflected in earlier Radiator Service Provider Pack release. 

    In addition, Radiator SIM Pack has supported IMSI Privacy since release 2.5 and 2.8 release now adds support for certificate revocation and expiration notifications. For more info about IMSI Privacy features in Radiator SIM Pack, please see our new whitepaper.

    Also, customers using SIGTRAN will be pleased to learn that SIGTRAN stack upper layers have been rearranged to better support additional MAP dialogues. For more detailed changes, please see the Radiator SIM Pack revision history.

    Would you like to know more?

    If you like to know more about Radiator, the new release and how it can help you in your use case, you can always contact our team at info(a) - or fill out the contact form.