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ECI enables carriers to provide direct TDM services via broadband network

Posted: 28 Feb 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:eci telecom? hi-focus? broadband platform? eci? broadband loop carrier?

ECI Telecom Ltd announced the expansion of its Hi-FOCuS family to include next-generation voice capabilities utilizing a single broadband platform. Using the company's solution, carriers can now provide direct TDM services via the broadband network, said the press release.

"The addition of broadband voice capabilities to our Hi-FOCuS family enables us to offer advanced voice solutions directly and as part of our highly regarded and field-proven broadband portfolio," shared Ofer Reviv, VP Marketing and Sales Support of ECI Telecom's Broadband Access Division. "ECI's Hi-FOCuS BLC solution satisfies carriers' needs for a smooth migration to voice over broadband solutions by offering low OPEX and combining voice with other broadband services into one highly scalable, secure and redundant carrier-grade platform."

The Hi-FOCuS BLC broadband voice solutions are designed to provide high quality voice communications with increased convenience and flexibility, while reducing OPEX, ECI added. Optimized to deliver voice over packet networks, Hi-FOCuS BLC enables carriers to deliver a wide range of voice services like POTS and ISDN telephony, leased lines, class services support and more.

According to the company, its Hi-FOCuS Multi-Service Access Gateway (MSAG) architecture drives improved, innovative convergence over access networks. With a simple upgrade to the existing Hi-FOCuS MSAG, customers experience the benefits of built-in voice over broadband capabilities, added ECI.




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