November 09, 2011
Unisys Manages Voice Mail for Telecom Services Providers
Unisys (News - Alert) is enabling telecommunications services providers to host a greater number of services more efficiently.
The company has expanded its family of voice-messaging solutions that also give mobile subscribers new options for reaching contacts and accessing their voice messages.
Unisys has launched the VSE Model 412 server and new software-based solutions that make managing voice messages simpler for subscribers using smartphones and less fully configured feature phones.
The VSE Model 412 is the latest member of the Unisys VoiceSource Express (VSE) 400 Series of messaging and converged user services platforms.
Each VSE 412 system can support up to 3 million voice users and leverages Unisys secure partitioning (s-Par) architecture, an enterprise-class virtualization technology developed for Unisys ClearPath systems based on Intel (News - Alert) processors.
The 412 system can be configured into partitions, and users have flexibility in configuring the partitions.
"Unisys continues to invest in voice-messaging solutions that enable carriers both to add revenue-generating services providing greater convenience for mobile subscribers and to control operating costs," said Steven Chuey, vice president, Global Solution Management, Unisys. "With the VSE 412 and our new voice solutions, we are delivering an innovative, mission-critical platform that gives our communications clients new ways to accommodate business growth and provide flexibility in delivering voice services."
Unisys has also released the software-based messaging solutions including Unisys Visual Voicemail solutions, Visual Voicemail for Smart Clients, Visual Voicemail Text for feature phones and smartphones, Unisys Call Me Now, and Unisys Never Lost Message.
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Edited by Juliana Kenny