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OTelNet deploys Convergent Services Platform
Posted: 09-Mar-2000 [Source: OTelNet press release]

[According to Pablo Monk of OTelNet, "our One Number Service offering includes the ability to use a WAP interface to change the termination of incoming calls in a proactive fashion. This means real-time provisioning!" ]

Berkeley, Calif. -- OTelNet, a telecommunications industry start up, announces the availability of its OTelNet Convergent Services Platform (O-CSP), which provides a robust set of software capabilities that provide for the development and delivery of convergent services for next generation networks. Telecom service providers can utilize the powerful tools of the O-CSP to offer the next generation services necessitated by the convergence of wireline, wireless and IP telephony networks.

"There are fundamental changes affecting the telecommunications landscape as wireline, wireless and data networks converge with IP telephony. As consumers become more mobile, they are demanding convergent services to simplify their lives and be accessible from any communications device. The OTelNet Convergence Services Platform offers a strong combination of high performance, scalability and reliability based on open standards to support the proliferation of new convergent telecom services," said Mohammad Kazerouni, CEO of OTelNet.

Revolutionary Design Allows for High Performance, Scalability and an Open Development Platform

The revolutionary design of the OTelNet Convergent Services Platform allows the rapid development and deployment of multiple highly scalable, carrier class applications. The foundation of the O-CSP technology is OTelCORE, a highly distributed, highly available software engine capable of handling thousands of messages per second and up to 64 concurrent applications per node. OTelCORE provides the O-CSP with the capacity to meet the demanding requirements of next generation services at a fraction of the cost of current proprietary and monolithic platforms. The platform utilizes industry standard protocols to ensure interoperability with legacy and emerging network elements.

The open application development environment employed by the O-CSP addresses many limitations of existing proprietary platforms. The O-CSP utilizes open APIs to allow service providers and 3rd party developers to rapidly create and deploy multiple convergent services on the same node. Application developers can utilize standard C++ and Java libraries to accelerate the time in which convergent services are brought to market.


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