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Continuous Pushes IMS

BARCELONA and SAN DIEGO -- Continuous Computing(r) Corporation, global provider of Network Service-Ready Platforms(tm) that enable telecom equipment manufacturers to rapidly deploy converged communications, today announced the addition of Diameter and Common Open Policy Service (COPS) to its Trillium(r) protocol software portfolio. With these additions, the company now has the complete set of Trillium source code needed to deploy IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) network elements, making Continuous Computing a "one-stop-shop" for nearly all IMS network infrastructure needs.

Diameter is required in over 60 percent of IMS network elements and is critical to the Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) services provided by core IMS network elements. The COPS protocol fills out Continuous Computing's offering and allows the company to provide Trillium software for the Proxy Call State Control Function (P-CSCF) and Policy Decision Function (PDF) within the IMS network. With this announcement, Continuous Computing maintains its heritage of delivering the latest innovations to the telecommunications market.

"Continuous Computing has an ongoing commitment to providing the highest quality Trillium protocol software to enable telecom equipment manufacturers to deploy IMS network elements," said Annita McDonald, deputy general manager of the company's Trillium business unit. "We have the knowledge, experience, products and capacity to offer all the essential tools and services needed to deploy IMS infrastructure. Our focus on the underlying platform allows customers to concentrate their internal resources on application-specific value while empowering telecom carriers to offer revenue-generating IMS services such as presence, mobile instant messaging, push-to-talk, and IPTV."

Continuous Computing Corp.

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