Sybase 365 announces IPX Platform and signs Telecom New Zealand International
Posted on 17-Feb-2010 08:50
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Sybase 365, a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc. has announced Sybase IPX 365 — a full suite of IP eXchange (IPX) services designed to serve both the fixed and mobile network operator communities with premium quality of service and security required in the conversion to IP networks.
The Sybase IPX 365 platform provides network operators with a competitive advantage including cost reduction, with the ability to connect to one secure network to manage their business operations more efficiently. Sybase IPX 365 full suite of services includess data roaming, SMS and MMS messaging hubs, IPX voice, and signalling.
As one of the first companies to offer a full IPX platform, Sybase combines its messaging and data roaming services with those of Telecom New Zealand International (TNZI). to ensure operators experience a complete portfolio of IPX carrier services, including data roaming, messaging hubs, IPX voice, and signalling.
The IPX 365 IPX Voice service combines a MPLS IP global networks with call control provided by TNZI softswitch, and supported by its expertise in the international voice business.
“No other company offers all the services that we do on one IP MPLS platform, creating operational efficiencies and cost reduction for service providers while still delivering the best quality service through one secure platform,” said Marty Beard, President, Sybase 365. “Sybase IPX 365 offers network operators a competitive advantage, enabling them to provide their customers with a distinguished platform and full portfolio of advanced IPX services.”
“Expanding our partnership with Sybase to include signalling as part of the IPX product suite in addition to our joint IPX voice service was a natural next step,” said Anthony Briscoe, General Manager, International TNZI. “Our combined strengths offer operators a complete, secure platform that will enable delivery of consistent high quality data and voice services via IP.”
With the mobile industry increasingly turning to IP as its preferred technology, demand has grown for private IP networks that ensure quality technical performance for high-value data transport in a secure environment.
“Increasingly network operators will need to differentiate their services by delivering levels of service that cannot be guaranteed over the unprotected and open Internet,” said Brian Partridge, Vice President, Yankee Group. “This new paradigm ensures demand for IP inter-connectivity solutions that can provide E2E security and a high quality of experience.”