Italtel (News - Alert) is supporting mobile operators, private enterprises and public administration with a Competence Center on Mobile.
The company is showcasing this facility along with its other products and solutions for the wireless and wireline industry at the ongoing Mobile Word Congress 2013.
Italtel designs and builds next-generation communication networks and services. The company has developed on its products all the functionalities for a complete IMS architecture, and is ready for VoLTE (HD video included) and RCSe.
Italtel can support the enablement of Mobile Internet Solutions both for enterprises and service providers. The latter it has helped optimize data/video traffic immensely.
Italtel Competence Center can support mobile operators through an end-to-end delivery approach, based on its complete portfolio of professional services. Italtel also supports the HDVC Initiative, which is an open group of operators and manufacturers that collaborate on the use of existing and emerging open standards for high-quality video conferencing and communication.
The company has showcased at the Mobile Word Congress 2013 NetMatch-S, the Italtel Session Border Controller that provides all features required to establish IP-based interconnections among different networks.
NetMatch-S can provide unique SIP Business trunking and UNI (User Network Interface) features for both fixed and mobile environments.
“Over the last years we have been working to the development of a complete and flexible IMS framework for mobile and fixed contexts. In addition, we have a system integration expertise in All-IP networks that is crucial for the optimal management of network migration scenarios,” said Stefano Pileri, Italtel’s CEO. “This competence is also enhanced thanks to the over 12-year partnership with Cisco (News - Alert), a worldwide leader in these types of networks.”
Italtel is encouraging customers to visit its Virtual Press Office to gain more information about its presence at Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) 2013, currently underway.
Edited by Braden Becker