Turkcell Superonline (News - Alert), a telecom operator in Turkey, has completed the replacement of its softswitch technology with the Dialogic ControlSwitch System to support its IP Multimedia System (IMS) and TDM-based business and residential voice services.
Officials with Dialogic (News - Alert) Inc. said that the Dialogic ControlSwitch System is an IP softswitch that provides a smooth migration path from existing TDM voice networks to the next generation network/IP multimedia subsystem (NGN/IMS) by enabling the interconnection of a mix of traditional and IP-based voice networks.
The ControlSwitch System is built around an advanced modular, programmable, distributed, highly scalable and high availability architecture with open interfaces to media devices, application servers, and back-office systems.
Company officials said that the ControlSwitch System is designed for cost-effective scalability and configuration flexibility with open interfaces and interoperability at all layers to allow service providers to create a comprehensive solution portfolio. The ControlSwitch System can smoothly integrate with a service provider's existing backoffice and includes built-in real-time service level assurance and revenue protection mechanisms.
“We required a highly reliable, scalable, plug-and-play solution, which led us to the Dialogic ControlSwitch System for a cost-effective and operationally efficient way to energize our existing network resources,” said Barboros Özdemir, director of corporate business management of Turkcell (News - Alert) Superonline.
“Dialogic’s experience with successfully transitioning service providers like us from end-of-life legacy switching platforms made us confident our customers would be minimally impacted. Our VoIP business will continue to grow long-term with Dialogic’s solutions and support,” said Özdemir.
Kevin Gould, senior vice president product development and operations at Dialogic said that service providers can feel overwhelmed when transitioning from their legacy technology.
“Dialogic’s solution energizes existing infrastructure, while our professional services reduce the complexity of their transition and help them conserve CAPEX and OPEX (News - Alert),” said Gould.
Earlier in August, Dialogic Inc., the Network Fuel company, had announced that Brightlink Communications selected and implemented Dialogic session border controllers (SBCs) that included gateway functionality to enable the delivery of media-rich communications and uninterrupted service for a wide array of wireless providers among disparate networks.
Edited by Alisen Downey