Operax Claims Approval

A major incumbent European Telecom Operator has performed an independent evaluation of the Operax Bandwidth Manager 5500

June 22, 2006

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STOCKHOLM -- A major incumbent European Telecom Operator with more than 10 million broadband lines has performed an independent evaluation of the Operax Bandwidth Manager 5500. The results from this exhaustive tests grant the product the carrier grade stamp of approval, demonstrating that it meets the carrier grade requirements for performance, reliability and management. For an Executive summary, visit Operax homepage.

“Our customers rely on us to play a business critical role in multi-service networks and we commissioned these tests as a signal to the market that we are shouldering that responsibility”, says Anders Lindén, CEO Operax. “In all aspects, the product meet requirements to be expected on next generation networks.”

“The Operax Bandwidth Manager 5500, which is ETSI TISPAN RACS compliant, is critical for both IMS based and non-IMS based services including IPTV, PSTN emulation and primary line VoIP services”, says Emil Svanberg, VP Product Management Operax. “Controlling tens of thousands of revenue generating real-time transactions per second in a large network requires carrier grade performance and reliability”.

Platform partners used for these tests include ATCA hardware from RadiSys, Carrier Grade Linux from Montavista, High-Availability middleware from GoAhead and platform integration services from Liberté. Emil Svanberg continues, “We remain open to the choice of platform, but with these partners, customers can be confident the full solution will perform as required.”

Operax AB

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