Tecore Unveils IMS Strategy

Tecore unveiled its IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) strategy with the introduction of its product line of IMS network elements

January 31, 2006

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COLUMBIA, Md. -- TECORE® Wireless Systems, a pioneer supplier of next-generation wireless networks, today unveiled its IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) strategy with the introduction of its product line of IMS network elements. The TECORE IMS leverages the company’s patented multi-technology platform allowing convergent operation across the full spectrum of wireless technologies including cellular and wireless LAN. The combined functionality strategically positions the TECORE IMS for ubiquitous access at the edge of the network and centralized control of services.

The TECORE IMS, based on TECORE’s SoftMSC™ platform, employs a Java client-server architecture, allowing consistent management across the various nodes of the network, while utilizing carrier grade, high availability Linux processing nodes. The TECORE IMS also provides the backbone for voice communications and interoperability between the different wireless technologies including GSM, CDMA, 3G, WiMAX, and WiFi giving wireless operators the ability to migrate to fully converged networks for voice, data, and multimedia applications.

TECORE provides an end-to-end IMS network solution powered by Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) technology and built to 3rd Generation Partnership Program (3GPP) standards. The product line supports scalability ranging from a highly available, distributed deployment controlled from a centralized site down to enterprise IMS. The complete network including the access, transport, control, and service are implemented as components of the IMS solution. The system supports both Pre-IMS and IMS network services such as Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) and Prepaid.

“The evolution to all-IP and multimedia services is presenting challenges to operators around the world”, said Jay Salkini, president and CEO of TECORE, “TECORE’s IMS provides a scalable product line that addresses the operator’s need to implement the value-added services required today, but also accommodates the evolution to the full IMS architecture in the future. The TECORE IMS is compatible for interconnection with incumbent network equipment and expands with multi-technology support. Keeping TECORE’s current customers in mind, this strategy enables current operators with 2G and 2.5G equipment to provide consistent services across their network and bridge services to wireless broadband,” continued Salkini.

Tecore Networks Inc.

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