Netcom, an alternative carrier in Kirgizstan, has chosen VocalTec (News
) as the solution provider for its Next Generation VoIP network.
VocalTec’s solutions will be deployed throughout Netcom’s network across Kirgizstan and is expected to strengthen its infrastructure and presence in Kirgizstan. It will also effectively position Netcom for future network growth and expansion.
This deployment will be facilitated by VocalTec’s Essentra BAX Class-5 application server, which provides a comprehensive set of innovative residential and enterprise VoIP services.
The roll out will also be supported by VocalTec’s Essentra iCX and VocalTec’s Essentra EX - VoIP Peering (News
) Manager. The former is a unique integrated SIP-to-SS7 Solution from VocalTec that provides seamless interconnection between VoIP and TDM networks. The Peering Manager allows the interconnection between disparate VoIP networks.
Netcom will leverage VocalTec’s solutions to provide its customers with state-of-the-art packet based telephony services. The deployment will also help the carrier to maintain strong quality of service and a high level of voice quality. Netcom can now cost effectively carry telephony traffic across its network and provide PSTN termination services throughout Kirgizstan and beyond.
Ido Gur, president and CEO at VocalTec notes Russia as a strategic market for their company. VocalTec’s solutions are specifically designed to fit the needs of emerging market service providers such as Netcom, and the company seeks a longstanding relationship with Netcom as they solidify their position in the market.
Gur continued: “Our philosophy is to share our many years of experience in deploying VoIP networks with our customers and we are confident that our commitment to the VoIP industry will assist them on their road to success.”
"We are impressed with VocalTec's technological leadership in developing VoIP solutions and are happy to be able to share in their experience," said Andrey Pak, CEO at Netcom. "We look forward to our continued cooperation with VocalTec in rapidly deploying these solutions and in expanding our network in the future."
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi