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InComm Deploys Cataleya's SBC

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SINGAPORE -- Cataleya, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Epsilon Global Communications group, has installed its Session and Application Manager Orchid One for InComm Network Services, a division of InComm - a leading provider of integrated point-of-sale (POS) technology solutions to retailers. Orchid One drives operational efficiency for InComm by combining switching, services and monitoring into a single platform. It also offers scalability and real-time network analytics to enable InComm to deliver superior quality of service to its customers with easy-to-use and intuitive network management.

InComm Network Services facilitates connectivity between national and regional operators, of which over 6 billion minutes a month of voice traffic is generated. Due to increasing traffic volume, InComm sought scaling and monitoring efficiencies to enhance its network offering and a solution to be an integral part of its international programs and fraud management system.

It selected Orchid One to find a better way to manage its growing traffic volumes and offer its interconnecting partners a higher quality of service.

Cataleya Pte. Ltd.

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