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GENBAND portfolio advances IP voice services in New Zealand

22 Jun 2012

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GENBAND has revealed that TelstraClear, a telecommunications firm in New Zealand, has deployed GENBAND's advanced portfolio to transform to an IP-based voice network. GENBAND's solution was implemented as part of a comprehensive network transformation project to enable the latest in IP unified communications services for residential customers, IP interconnect between national and international carriers, and IP-based PBXs for enterprise and government, detailed the company.

"By completing this groundbreaking national IP voice services modernization program, TelstraClear becomes the first full service provider in New Zealand to create an IP-based network capable of offering customers a full nationwide footprint for voice products over all network types, including the new government-funded ultra-fast broadband," stated Brenda Stonestreet, TelstraClear head of operations.

Powered by the C20 Converged IP Softswitch and A2 Communications Application Server, the GENBAND solution allows TelstraClear to expand its IP interconnect capabilities with other service providers both nationality and internationally at multiple centers.

"Supporting TelstraClear's bold vision for delivering all-IP voice and multimedia services to New Zealand has been a tremendous opportunity for GENBAND and meshes perfectly with our IP infrastructure and network transformation team," said Dave Shier, GENBAND's SVP of sales for the Asia Pacific region. "Our portfolio unlocks the latest in IP services for residential, business and government customers, while significantly lowering infrastructure costs and establishing a future-proof foundation for ongoing IP enhancements."

GENBAND's A2 Communications Application Server is the only application server that has fully integrated multimedia applications for voice, video, conferencing, instant messaging, presence, collaboration and mobility, boasted the company. The A2 is also the only application server that works in TDM, IP and IMS networks simultaneously for hybrid network deployments.




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