EWE Deploys Telsis Platform

EWE TEL will be first to deploy Telsis's Ocean fastSCP intelligent services platform with interoperability for Siemens switches

September 16, 2004

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FAREHAM, U.K. -- Text and voice infrastructure supplier Telsis has added interoperability with Siemens core network switches to its proven Ocean fastSCP intelligent services platform, making flexible and economical value added services available to yet more telcos.

The move means network operators with single vendor or multi vendor networks based on Ericsson, Nokia and now Siemens switches - as well as those from Telsis - can easily and seamlessly roll out identical services to all their subscribers, irrespective of which vendor’s switch they are connected to.

Customers of Germany’s largest independent, locally operating telco EWE TEL will be the first to benefit. EWE TEL is now using its Telsis Ocean fastSCP to add intelligent call routing and interactive services to its 10 Siemens core network switches. The alternative would have been a switch upgrade costing around five times more than the Telsis solution.

“We are very proud to be driving the services market in Germany. Other telcos simply cannot offer this level of services to their customers,” says EWE TEL’s Thorsten Thews, leader of the company’s intelligent networking group. “Upgrading the switches themselves would have cost 500% more and would not have given us the flexibility of a Web interface for programming.”

Telsis Ltd.

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