Motorola Upgrades Cable Provisioning Software

Motorola announces version 2.0 of its Advanced Provisioning System, to help operators to rapidly deploy PacketCable-based voice services

September 8, 2004

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AMSTERDAM -- Motorola, Inc (NYSE:MOT) today announced Version 2.0 of the Motorola Advanced Provisioning System (MAPS), which will enable broadband operators to rapidly deploy PacketCable based voice services cost effectively. MAPS is a critical element in Motorola's end-to-end VoIP solution and includes an upgraded Interactive Enterprise's ConexonTM Service Provisioning Module, one of the leading globally deployed systems in the cable activation market.

MAPS also includes modules from Incognito, Inc. for IP management and device provisioning. MAPS is now deployed by more than 20 broadband operators worldwide with recent deployments in the Americas, Europe and Asia.

With MAPS, the steps for cable operators involved in service creation, activation, management and billing are automated, allowing them to quickly deploy and manage advanced data and telephony services. They can accelerate time-to-revenue and support flexible service deployment models.

MAPS 2.0 contains many new enhancements including the following:

  • Added flow-through provisioning for PacketCable voice and Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS) high-speed data services helps operators significantly drive down the cost of activating new services

  • Billing Gateway feature enables operators to create their own integrations to MAPS from their front-and back-office systems

  • Dynamic configuration file generation capability supports secure PacketCable voice services

  • Supports static IP addressing for business and other customers

  • Open adapter framework enables the development of new interfaces to soft-switches, circuit switches and media gateways in addition to email and Web packages

  • Utilities that support batch data input and data migration



"MAPS is a strategic differentiator for Motorola's end-to-end data solutions and is commanding the attention of many broadband operators, particularly those considering the deployment of VoIP services" said Charles Dougherty, Motorola vice president and general manager, IP solutions. "We are pleased to partner with Interactive Enterprise for the advanced service provisioning capabilities we can now offer customers via MAPS version 2.0."

Motorola Inc.

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