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June 04, 2008

Max Telecom Uses Comverse's IP-Based Voice Solution

By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributing Editor


Max Telecom (News - Alert) today launched voice and data services for residential and corporate subscribers over its WiMAX infrastructure, according to reports.
 
The Bulgarian telecom operator reportedly used the Comverse (News - Alert) MyCall Converged Communications, IPCentrex and business trunking solutions.
 
Krassimir Stoitcheff (News - Alert), chief executive officer of Max Telecom, said that as a greenfield operator in a very competitive market, his company required a solution that enabled fast time to market. By using Comverse IP telephony solutions, Max Telecom was able to migrate subscribers in a totally transparent way to receive voice services via a WiMAX (News - Alert) access point they brand as MaxVox, he said.
 
Following the migration the operator’s customers are receiving the benefit of high quality voice at an attractive price as part of a single, cost-effective service bundle, company officials say.
 
Vice President and General Manager of Comverse Converged IP Communications Franck Darmon said the implementation is exciting, as Max Telecom is a fully integrated, IP-based next-generation network service provider using end-to-end IP-based infrastructure over WiMAX. According to Darmon, this leads to many innovative services while maximizing the cost efficiencies of IP Communications.
 
Saying Comverse’s IP telephony solutions have been deployed by more than 80 operators worldwide, and represent more than seven million Voice over IP lines in commercial service, he said that time after time, Comverse is selected because it delivers robust solutions on time and work closely with the operator to achieve revenue-producing results.
 
Based on a future-proof IMS architecture, MyCall Converged Communications delivers a complete, pre-integrated, IP-based telephony solution that not only improves time to market but also reduces operational costs as well as easily scales up to meet high-capacity requirements, according to the company. By leveraging the primary line capabilities and a range of embedded value-added applications, service providers are able to create a more competitive and profitable portfolio of services, company officials say.
 
MyCall Converged Communications operates on Comverse’s Class 5 Application Server and can be fully integrated with the complete Comverse portfolio of billing and value-added services solutions.
 
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
 
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