Nepal Telecom Picks Aricent

Aricent wins three-year systems integration pact with Nepal Telecom

April 28, 2010

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PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Aricent®, a global innovation, technology and services company focused exclusively on communications, today announced that Nepal Telecom, Nepal’s largest and most prolific telecom operator, has awarded the company a three year systems integration contract to provide Convergent Mediation and Convergent Interconnect Billing solutions that enable a wide range of next-generation communication services.

Following on the heels of Aricent’s announcement of its Innovation Lab in support of systems integration for service providers, Aricent will act as the primary systems integrator for Convergent Mediation and Interconnect solutions. As a turnkey implementation provider offering supply, delivery, installation and commissioning, Aricent will integrate systems, which together enable next-generation product and service offerings for both pre-paid and post-paid customers. In support of the agreement, Aricent will be implementing and integrating its proven and broadly deployed Active Mediation System, in conjunction with Intec’s market-leading InterconnecT software. The engagement also includes post-deployment managed services in support of the converged solution.

Nepal Telecom provides a wide range of telecom services to its existing five million customers in a variety of networks such as Fixed, GSM, CDMA and Data. The company’s customer base is estimated to grow to over nine million subscribers in the next three years.

“As the leading telecom service provider in Nepal, we strive to bring the best experience to our customers,” said Amar Nath Singh, managing director of Nepal Telecom. “We are confident that Aricent’s solution will allow us to create a unified mediation platform as well as a single interconnect system for our entire network. This will also simplify billing and operational parameters for our customers, and allow us to provide them with world-class capabilities and technologies, including high speed next-gen networks and services.”

Aricent Inc.

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