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BEA Systems opens its first telecom center in China

Posted: 10 Apr 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:BEA Systems? BEA TTC? telecommunications?

BEA Systems Inc. announced it has established the first BEA Telecommunications Technology Center (TTC) in China. Headquartered in Beijing, the BEA TTC is chartered with extending the BEA WebLogic Communications Platform products to help meet the specific requirements of communications service providers in China, and better address the demands of the burgeoning Chinese telecommunications market.

According to the Chinese Information Industry Ministry, Chinese telecommunications industry revenues are growing at a rate of 10.2 percent and are expected to reach $80 billion in 2006. The number of telephone users is expected to increase by 78 million, bringing the total number to 820 million.

The TTC is responsible for extending BEA's WebLogic Communications Platform products, which consist of BEA WebLogic SIP Server and BEA WebLogic Network Gatekeeper, to include customized adapters, protocols and other technologies to help meet the specific requirements of Chinese telecom network operators.

Furthermore, the TTC is collaborating with the BEA WebLogic Communications Platform product group and local partners to develop application components to help system integrators and ISV speed application deployment and time to market.

"The Chinese telecom market is exploding and the opportunities for growth are endless," said Yip Ly, general manager of BEA TTC and Asia Pacific vice president for strategic business. "The TTC, coupled with our communications infrastructure technology and years of telecom industry experience brings a valuable set of resources to the telecom network operators in this region."

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