Seednet selects Multimedia Communications solution from Nortel Networks to deliver next-generation VOIP

July 27, 2004

1 Min Read

TAIPEI -- Seednet, one of the leading Internet service providers in Taiwan, has selected a solution from the Multimedia Communications Portfolio of Nortel Networks(NYSE:NT)(TSX:NT) to deliver next generation voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and multimedia communication services to its customers.

Seednet is expected to be the first Internet Service Provider(ISP) in Taiwan to provide advanced SIP Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based multimedia services. SIP is an emerging industry standard designed to deliver a variety of multimedia services including voice call management, desktop video calling, collaboration tools and personalization services.

Seednet is planning to provide the new services by the end of 2004 using Nortel Networks Multimedia Communication Server (MCS) 5200. MCS 5200 will enable Seednet to launch hosted IP multimedia applications and services on a simplified network that will converge existing voice, data and video services onto a single IP infrastructure. The converged network is expected to enhance the customer experience and improve end-user mobility. The MCS 5200 network will be deployed by Nortel Networks channel partner Hitron International Inc.

"The innovative multimedia solution from Nortel Networks is a cornerstone in our business vision to provide customers in Taiwan next generation VoIP and multimedia services," said Chia-Jiun Cherng, president, Seednet. "We believe the new multimedia services will enhance our customer-centric business model. With the flexibility and simplicity of Nortel Networks VoIP and multimedia communications solutions, Seednet will be able to take standard telephony services to a new horizon and attract new customers."

Nortel Networks Ltd.

Subscribe and receive the latest news from the industry.
Join 62,000+ members. Yes it's completely free.

You May Also Like