By deploying TelcoBridges’ Tmedia VoIP Gateway (News - Alert) at its international points of presence, Tier-1 carrier BICS is hoping to equip its entire network with high availability, reliability and full redundancy features.
Joining forces with VoIP gateway partner IT-LOGIQ, TelcoBridges (News - Alert) has helped BICS upgrade its TDM switching platforms to the Tmedia family of VoIP Gateways.
Pierre-André Rulmont, chief technology officer at BICS, said, “Our goal has always been to provide mobile & fixed operators, MVNO’s, Service providers and wholesale carriers with the highest quality of service, security and reliability. When we recently upgraded our global network, we looked at a number of next-generation media gateway solutions, and we felt that TelcoBridges provided the best combination of performance, reliability and overall value.”
BICS operates a 40 Gbps-capacity, MPLS-enabled pan-European network that extends into nine European countries, which include the Netherlands, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Luxemburg, the U.K. and Belgium. Its international network spans over 160 countries made possible through bilateral agreements it had signed with more than 300 operators around the globe.
TelcoBridges explained that its Tmedia family of VoIP media gateways is the most reliable and stable gateways, offering 99.999 percent availability along with high availability scheme such as redundancy. They are also packed with TB’s specifically designed analytics suite of monitoring and diagnostic tools which would let carriers like BICS realize better manage and control over their entire network.
Gaetan Campeau (News - Alert), chief executive officer at TelcoBridges, added, “BICS’s endorsement further validates TelcoBridges’ ascension in the VoIP gateway market. As demands on carrier networks continue to expand, our technology and support offerings are rapidly becoming the solution of choice for Tier 1 carriers, who demand high performance and low risk. We expect that additional Tier 1 carriers will turn towards TelcoBridges in the year ahead.”
Edited by Alisen Downey