Berlin, Germany, December 13, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- TELES, the Berlin based NGN vendor, completed rigorous testing at the Global MultiService Forum Interoperability (GMI 2008) event. Declared the biggest ever, this year’s GMI event was attended by leading vendors from across the globe to test their products in a comprehensive series of demanding ‘real world’ test situations with the main aim of promoting worldwide interoperability, compatibility, and standardization.
Attending the event, TELES CTO Frank Paetsch exclaimed: ‘Altogether, the MultiService Forum has been another great opportunity for TELES to prove to a global audience that our products are of the highest standards of performance and interoperability. It also provided us with an ideal environment to work together with other major vendors in helping to establish industry standards and open architecture. This will bring enormous benefits to carriers worldwide.’
Interoperability testing was conducted initially within labs based at five host sites (Verizon, NCS and UNH-IOL in the U.S., BT/Vodafone in Europe, and China Mobile in Asia), and then between the labs for each of six test scenarios, with each scenario comprising a multitude of test cases.
TELES successfully tested the interoperability of several of its NGN components in the BT/Vodafone environment in the UK. Products tested included a Media Gateway Controller (MGC Compact), Signaling Gateway, Announcement Server, and a Media Gateway, covering several functions of the ETSI TISPAN communications model.
TELES provides worldwide wireline and wireless telephony service providers with complete Class 4 and Class 5 soft switch solutions, VoIP gateways, and mobile gateways for GSM, CDMA, and UMTS networks. With more than 25 years in telecommunications, we are proud of our successful track record having deployed more than 200 live carrier and service provider networks with millions of voice ports.
A Deutsche Boerse Prime Standard listed company with headquarters in Berlin, Germany, TELES is a global NGN player with offices in Western Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America. We maintain a worldwide network of distribution channels, system integrators and technology partners.
About the MSF
The MultiService Forum is a global association of service providers and system suppliers committed to developing and promoting open architecture, multiservice networks. Founded in 1998, the MSF is an open membership organization comprised of the world's leading telecommunications companies. The MSF's activities include developing Implementation Agreements, promoting worldwide compatibility and interoperability, and encouraging input to appropriate national and international standards bodies. For more information about the MSF and its members, visit the MSF web site at http://www.msforum.org/.
About GMI 2008
GMI 2008 – the Global MSF Interoperability event – will link major carrier, government, and academic labs on three continents in a major demonstration of multi-vendor interoperability between a significant number of NGN elements supporting Implementation Agreements developed in support of the MSF Release 4 Architecture and practical deployment scenarios of interest to major carriers. GMI 2008 will be held from October 20-31, 2008.