GENBAND (News - Alert), a provider of IP infrastructure and service solutions that enable fixed, mobile and cable service providers, claimed that its A2 Converged Application Server will be helping broadband phone service provider iVoisys deliver hosted services to subscribers across Australia and the Asia Pacific region.
GENBAND asserted that its A2 solution converges IP communications and applications to deliver a rich feature set and enhanced service customization over multiple IP access networks. The company also claimed that the A2 enables service providers to extend voice and multimedia communications over any IP-based environment, whether fixed or mobile, allowing providers to maximize profitability by making use of the same investment across a much wider consumer base.
iVoisys will leverage the GENBAND A2 platform’s capabilities to provide multimedia meet-me conferencing, web-collaboration and advanced business and residential voice services to end-user desktops and mobile handsets.
Officials with iVoisys exclaimed that GENBAND’s SIP-based IP solutions and technical expertise helped them gain a competitive advantage and continue their rapid growth in the hosted business and residential markets by seamlessly expanding their network, not just in Australia, but across the region. GENBAND’s A2 product is easily one of the most advanced multimedia application servers on the market and will be a key component of their future mobile and wireless offerings.
GENBAND acknowledged that providers like iVoisys recognize that in order to grow and enhance their subscriber base, they need a reliable and scalable SIP applications server solution that can support the delivery of advanced communication capabilities like video, multimedia and web collaboration. GENBAND’s A2 has all the capabilities to meet those needs.
GENBAND maintained that A2 is a highly scalable and reliable, standards-based application server that provides revenue generating applications for operators no matter what kind of network, including: TDM, IP, GSM, CDMA, WiFi (News - Alert), WiMAX, LTE and IMS.
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