Uzbektelecom Deploys Mera

Uzbekistan's national carrier deploys MERA session controller technology in its nationwide VOIP network

November 12, 2004

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TORONTO -- MERA Systems, Inc., a leading vendor of carrier-class VoIP solutions, today announced that Uzbektelecom, Uzbekistan's largest provider of telecommunications services, has deployed MERA's MVTS Session Controller in its nationwide VoIP network.

The MERA MVTS Session Controller has been installed at the Uzbektelecom's headquarters in Tashkent, capital of Uzbekistan. It has bridged the telco's regional VoIP networks - 12 'islands of VoIP' in the major cities of the country - into a fully integrated communication infrastructure. The Session Controller's capacity will be further built up to accommodate for future growth of the network. To ensure direct IP-to-IP interconnection with corporate SIP networks, Uzbektelecom plans to enhance the MVTS Session Controller with MERA's SIP-H.323 translation and transcoding functionality.

"Uzbektelecom has chosen MERA from among other VoIP products in the market because it makes the cost and performance benefits easily accessible," observed Bekhzod Arslanov, CTO for Uznet, subsidiary of UzbekTelecom. "With the MERA Session Controller we will be able to dramatically reduce our capital and operational expenses and come to market with an extensive variety of innovative VoIP services".

"MERA Systems' ongoing endeavor is to offer a most comprehensive response to the needs of fast growing VoIP operators," said Konstantin Nikashov, Vice President for MERA Systems. "Easy deployment, efficient management of network resources, ready scalability and cost-effective delivery of VoIP services to customers - such are the building blocks of any successful VoIP business, and that is exactly what we give to our clients".

MERA Systems Inc.

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