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BroadSoft and Atreus form partnership to help service providers launch residential VOIP services

May 15, 2006

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STOCKHOLM -- BroadSoft (Booth 510), the leading provider of VoIP application software, and Atreus Systems (Booth 654), the leading supplier of provisioning software for VoIP, IMS and advanced IP service bundles, today announced that they have extended their partnership to help service providers launch residential VoIP services quickly and cost-effectively. Having successfully helped carriers generate significant new revenue streams and achieve greater operational efficiencies with Hosted PBX, IP Centrex and Business Trunking applications, the partnership now empowers operators to launch differentiated residential VoIP offerings with a compelling customer self-serve experience that will set a new benchmark for customer satisfaction.

The joint solution enables operators to quickly and reliably scale their wholesale and retail hosted VoIP services for residential customers. By deploying Atreus' automated provisioning and customer self-management software over BroadSoft's industry-leading IMS-compliant VoIP application software, operators have the operational and business agility to deliver services rapidly, consistently and cost-effectively to the residential market. The key features will help operators:

  • Streamline service ordering and provisioning using simplified, self-management portals;

  • Simplify feature bundle creation and management capabilities;

  • Automate IP phone ordering and configuration;

  • Simplify complex operational issues including PSTN interconnect, Local Number Portability, Updating Directory Listings and emergency services;

  • Bulk provision and migration from legacy platforms; and

  • Bundle tiered and personalized multimedia offerings for the residential market.



"We're pleased to share a strategic and successful long working relationship with Atreus," said Mike Tessler, President and CEO, BroadSoft. "Our enhanced partnership continues to benefit mutual customers and operators alike by easing the complexity and cost of deploying residential VoIP offerings while differentiating their products with rich multimedia offerings."

BroadSoft Inc.

Atreus Systems Inc.

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