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TeleGea to show VoIP Delivery Management Solution

March 29, 2004

 

Innovative VoIP Solution Enhanced to Support Additional Deployment Scenarios.

Waltham, MA (March 25, 2004) – TeleGea, a leading provider of software solutions for rapid IP service delivery, today announced its presence at next week’s Voice on the Net (VON) Conference & Expo in Santa Clara. Spring 2004 VON is being held March 28-April 1, 2004 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. TeleGea’s upgraded VoIP Delivery Management Solution will be showcased in a demonstration of automated service delivery. In addition, TeleGea executive Kevin Farrell will speak to the challenges of delivering hosted services like IP Centrex, and the innovative solution approaches now making VoIP a reality for market-leading service providers and enterprises.

TeleGea’s VoIP Delivery Management Solution uniquely combines automation, integration and visualization capabilities that solve the business and operational challenges of delivering hosted VoIP services. Building on recent customer wins, TeleGea continues to expand its customer base by enabling service providers to open new wholesale and retail channels and efficiently deliver innovative hosted services like IP Centrex and residential voice. The latest release (3.1) of the VoIP Delivery Management Solution, powered by TeleGea’s Accelerator PlatformTM (AP), expands support for deployments leveraging open source infrastructure, as well as offering additional capabilities for the consolidated management and control of multiple resellers and partner channels. “Our 3.1 release was driven by our customers’ requirements to leverage open source technologies to lower their total cost of ownership,” said Kevin Farrell, Vice President of Product Management. “With this release, we can now offer service providers a flexible solution that can grow with their business and effectively support evolution of both their service offerings and technology architectures.”

Service providers seeking cost and performance benefits can now leverage alternatives such as Linux, JBossTM and MySQL®, in addition to traditional commercial products from vendors such as Oracle, BEA and Sun. Additionally, TeleGea’s VoIP solution adds pre-packaged support for residential voice services, rounding out coverage for the full range of hosted residential and business services currently being offered. The VoIP Delivery Management Solution, powered by AP 3.1, has been in trials with beta customers since early February, and is now Generally Available.

Beginning Monday, March 29, 2004, TeleGea will present its showcase demonstration, automating hosted VoIP service delivery over an active network on the show floor. During exhibit hours, visitors to booth 705/707 can view the live demonstration in action. In addition, Kevin Farrell is the featured speaker in a session focused on the potential for VoIP services in the enterprise and strategies for eliminating the challenges in creating and delivering such services.

Vonage Selects Xten’s X-PRO as Preferred Softphone

March 29, 2004

 

vonageVonage’s cutting-edge Voice-over-IP service now available with X-PRO, the leading SIP Softphone from Xten.

EDISON, N.J. and SANTA CLARA, Calif., March 23 – Vonage, the fastest growing telephony company in the US, and Xten Networks, publisher of the award winning X-PRO SoftPhone, announced today that Vonage and Xten have completed interoperability testing of an OEM version of Xten’s X-PRO SIP SoftPhone for use on Vonage’s Voice-over-IP (VoIP) service.

VegaStream partners with KBT Systems Corporation

March 29, 2004

 

VegaStream partners with KBT Systems Corporation to provide VoIP solutions to Telus Canada

Spring VON, Santa Clara, USA – 29 March 2004 – VegaStream, a leading supplier of dedicated business VoIP (Voice over IP) Gateways, today announced its partnership with voice reseller KBT Systems Corp. Under the terms of the agreement, VegaStream’s Vega 100 VoIP gateways will be distributed to KBT customers including Canadian network operator, Telus.

VegaStream combines VoIP and the SIP protocol to provide a Prepaid Calling Card Starter System specifically designed for VoIP service providers. The solution ensures that companies such as KBT systems can benefit from the advantages of VoIP including flexibility and low infrastructure costs whilst providing high quality – and profitable – voice services to its customers.

“VoIP is quickly becoming a reality for enterprises especially those within the telecoms industry. Companies that stay on PSTN will not be able to compete and will very soon be left behind,” said Tim Burne, CEO of VegaStream “VegaStream gateways enable companies such as KBT Systems to bring down their call costs making their own services more profitable.”

KBT Systems provide prepaid minutes and infrastructure to telecoms carriers and resellers in the US and Canada. One of its customers, Telus is the second largest telecommunications company in Canada with 4.9 million network access lines and 3.4 million wireless subscribers. Utilising next generation Internet-based technologies, Telus provides subscribers with a full range of telecommunications products and services including data, voice and wireless services across Canada.

With such a large customer base, operators such as Telus demand non-stop support to ensure a reliable service is provided to its customers. VegaStream’s industry leading VoIP solutions, services and support enable service providers to cater for even the largest of customers.

“As a reseller ourselves, KBT values good support. VegaStream has been extremely responsive to our needs as a customer and has allowed us to provide the same quality of service to our own,” said Steven Mundy President & CEO at KBT systems. “We are a very happy customer.”