Sentiro rolls out first worldwide ENUM provisioning, directory, and voice service

June 4, 2004

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TWICKENHAM, U.K. -- Sentiro Ltd. announced today the availability of the first worldwide ENUM provisioning, directory and voice service.

ENUM introduces the revolutionary possibility of putting the routing decision of telephone calls outside of the chassis of telephone switches and put it into the hands of end-users. Anyone using ENUM would be able to redirect personal or business phone calls to their preferred VoIP or traditional (PSTN or mobile) networks. Additionally, it can provide other forms of communication, such as email, SMS, web and location based services.

Using a worldwide available numbering plan endorsed by the I.T.U. and delegated by RIPE, Sentiro has taken ENUM from the academic exercise to the commercial phase.

+878107472 becomes the first telephone number range providing worldwide portability for voice, email, SMS and web.

Sentiro provides the opportunity for developing an open information society and ENUM is an enabler for convergence of the PSTN and the Internet. It solves the problems of portability and addresses the issue of global connectivity.

Sentiro’s soon to be launched global Voice over Broadband service will provide users with free on net calls, low international call rates and unified communications on a monthly subscription basis.

“The speed of getting to a new market with industry standardized solutions like ENUM is critical. AG Projects have helped Sentiro to deliver an efficient solution for the management of ENUM records and SIP subscribers complemented by CDR mediation and NAT traversal systems,” said Vincent Bergin, Director, Sentiro Ltd.

Adrian Georgescu, founder of AG Project says: “We know we have breached the hull of a new era. The Telecom industry, as we know it today has been changed irreversibly by Sentiro’s initiative. This move will cause dramatic changes in the way business is done in the industry. Other effects will become soon visible. Moving the intelligence of the network to the end-user terminals will make the business more efficient and cost effective. There is no threat for the industry in providing more affordable services to the market. This will cause the explosion of new services necessary for the revival of the telecom sector and migration to the Next Generation Networks.


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