Taqua, Mavenir Team Up

Taqua's mobile interface card coupled with Mavenir's mOne convergence platform

June 17, 2008

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LAS VEGAS and RICHARDSON, Texas -- Taqua®, LLC, a leading supplier of next-generation end-office switching systems and applications and Mavenir Systems Inc., an innovator in service delivery network technology, today introduced Taqua MobileWorks™, a converged fixed and mobile network solution that enables all carriers to cost-effectively and seamlessly deliver advanced applications across any wireline and wireless network infrastructure including GSM/CDMA, 2G, 3G, and 4G.

Utilizing Taqua’s ‘Mobile Interface Card’ (MIC) coupled with Mavenir’s mOne™ Convergence Platform, service providers with a Taqua 7000 Switching System can now offer ubiquitous services to wireline legacy, broadband and wireless (2G, 3G or 4G) subscribers. Taqua MobileWorks extends the existing nextgen Taqua 7000™ (T7000) Class 4/5 switch capability to now include all functions normally provided by a standalone Mobile Switching Center (MSC). Configured for Taqua MobileWorks, the T7000 takes on the added functions including all wireless media gateway, call control, Home Location Register (HLR), Session Management and Subscriber Authentication, Service Adaptation and Protocol Interworking, and Multi-Domain Resource Management for Mobility and Features.

“Taqua is 100 percent focused on solving the needs of North American small and medium-sized service providers,” said Scott Weidenfeller, chief marketing officer for Taqua LLC. “In 2002, the delivery of our flagship T7000 kicked off the market for replacing legacy Class 4 and 5 switches allowing carriers to save money and deliver advanced and VoIP services. Since then, the T7000 has grown to become the central platform used by small- and medium-sized carriers to deliver the most advanced business and residential services. Now, the introduction of our mobile interface card and partnership with Mavenir provides our customers the ability to cost-effectively deliver advanced mobility services on the same T7000 platform.”

Taqua LLC

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