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December 03, 2010

Carrier-Grade Softswitch Provider ALOE Systems Looking Forward with Telecommunication Companies

By Jaclyn Allard, TMCnet Web Editor

ALOE Systems, rebranded from the original MERA System for better market positioning, began initially as a private company specializing in researches and developments around wireless communications in 1989. The company evolved as it began to involve itself in international software development for the telecommunications industry in 1993, and the developing its one VoIP software product line in 1998. It was only a short while after, in 2001, that ALOE Systems entered the market with VoIP softswitches, launching a new direction within the company – information security in IP networks. As of 2010 ALOE Systems achieves 1,000 deployments in 79 countries.

ALOE Systems’ softswitches and session border controllers enable carriers and service providers to manage VoIP traffic across their networks. The company continues to increase its market penetration by turning breakthrough telecom technologies into working solutions, as well as by focusing on the goal to:

--Create dependable carrier-grade NGN solutions:

-for wholesale traffic exchange

-for delivery of value-added services

--Contribute to practical implementation of IMS technologies by building solutions that ensure interoperability of variegated components of the IMS architecture.

--Develop forefront information security and data analysis systems.

ALOE Systems has come to realize that as technologies evolve, more and more forward-looking telecommunication companies will move toward IP network because it will increase productivity, provide the richness of a service package, and result in essential cost reduction.

The key value of migration to IP telephony for telecommunication companies, however, is seen in the major simplification of the network and its management. An effective migration can be most beneficial to telecommunication networks such as ITSPs, VoIP wholesale carriers, wireline networks operators, and wireless carriers.

Recently, ALOE Systems participated and sponsored the XXVIII Reunion Iberoamericana de Trafico Internacional. The conference was organized by AHCIET and Telefonica (News - Alert), gathering together the leading LATAM telecom carriers and vendors.

ALOE Systems also made a new partner in the CALA region recently. According to a release, Identidad Telecom, a provider of termination services into Latin America, will now be officially reselling ALOE Systems softswitches and has become an authorized service dealer.

Jaclyn Allard is a TMCnet copy editor. She most recently worked on the production team at Juran Institute, a quality consulting firm producing its own training and marketing materials. Previously, she interned at Curbstone Press, a nonprofit publishing press in Willimantic, CT, and fulfilled the role of Editor-in-Chief for the literature and arts journal published by the University of Connecticut. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Juliana Kenny

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