TransNexus Wins Indonesian VOIP Project

TransNexus and Arus Nawala partner to provide VOIP peering for an incumbent Indonesian carrier

January 13, 2005

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ATLANTA -- TransNexus, Inc. and Arus Nawala have announced the commercial deployment of the TransNexus multi-lateral VoIP peering solution for a major Indonesian Carrier. The Indonesian Carrier is a traditional PSTN incumbent that is seeking to lower costs and expand its geographic presence. The incumbent uses a Cisco network with the TransNexus Operations and Billing Support System (OSS/BSS) solution managing access security, routing policy, traffic analysis, quality of service control and collection of accounting information. Arus Nawala is an authorized partner of TransNexus and provided system integration services to the Indonesian incumbent.

The solution provides the Indonesian incumbent with a domestic VoIP routing solution managed from a central platform covering the entire country of Indonesia with IP to IP routing for quality and efficiency. On the international side, the Indonesian incumbent uses the least cost, quality of service routing and number translation functionality of the TransNexus solution to provide lower cost, better geographic coverage and quality service to its customers. The solution has been operational since October of 2004.

TransNexus Inc.

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