Operax Talks Up QOS

Operax enhances QOS control of its bandwidth managers

March 27, 2006

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STOCKHOLM -- As the leader in QoS technology and innovation with products based onResource and Policy based Admission Control, Operax today announcedenhancements to two of their products built around the ETSI TISPAN RACSstandard. After having worked closely with telecom operators globally,Operax has responded to their requirements with the Operax Bandwidth Manager5500 and the Operax Bandwidth Manager 5700.

"Although traditionally seen as a European standard for fixed networks weare seeing a lot of interest in ETSI TISPAN from both Asia and the Americas,as well as convergence with mobile standards and international standards forend-to-end resource and admission control", says Olov Schélen, CTO ofOperax.

Immediately available, the Bandwidth Managers are RACS compliant in terms ofarchitecture, functionality and performance. They expose pre-standards stateof the art interfaces to existing equipment in operator networks as the ETSITISPAN standard has just recently been agreed. "Long before the release ofthe TISPAN standard, we had customer requirements for the resource andpolicy based admission control that the RACS offers, particularly so fortriple-play service offerings and fixed-line-IMS projects", says AndersLindén, CEO at Operax.

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