Carrius Launches Its Compleat Family of VoIP Solutions for Telecom Carriers.CHICAGO & RICHARDSON, Texas Richardson is a suburb in Dallas County and Collin County, Texas. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 91,803, while according to a 2006 estimate, the population had grown to 99,200. -- Carrius Technologies, Inc. has announced the launch of its Compleat(TM) family of VoIP products for the telecom service providers. These products provide the industry with solutions that facilitate new IP-based business models by accelerating transition to an all-IP network, and by taking full advantage of new all-IP network efficiencies. Carrius will be presenting the Compleat family at SuperComm, South Hall, Booth 21736.
"We continue to believe that the telecom industry is in a steady recovery state and that it will embrace products that enable profitable businesses, while at the same time minimizing the risks of major capital investments and network disruption. Therefore, we set out to deliver to this market innovative solutions based on clean-slate platforms which take advantage of the latest advances in software designs, computing and processing power, and hardware architectures," said Allen Adams Allender Steele Adams, known as Allen Adams, (16 February 1946 – 5 September 1990), was a British Labour politician.
Adams was Member of Parliament (MP) for Paisley from 1979 to 1983, then for Paisley North from 1983 until his death in 1990 at the age of 44. , Chairman and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of Carrius.
"In a converging environment, the Compleat products facilitate transition of legacy Class 5 switching systems Switching systems (communications)
The assemblies of switching and control devices provided so that any station in a communications system may be connected as desired with any other station. to VoIP, thus enabling telecom operators to rapidly create and launch advanced lucrative network services. This provides the operators with an evolutionary path that complements the overlay Softswitch-based solutions, preserves overall network reliability, and allows focus on specific areas of vulnerability," stated Bahman Moghadam, Carrius Sr. VP of Marketing & Business Development. "In an all-IP environment, our solutions allow service providers to build designed-for-purpose cost-effective networks to rapidly exploit the economic power of packet technologies, and seamlessly interoperate with diverse IP and legacy TDM networks A network that transmits data in dedicated end-to-end circuits comprising 64 Kbps digital channels. TDM networks evolved from the analog voice networks of the telephone companies. ," continued Moghadam.
The Compleat family initially consists of four discrete product offerings:
The Compleat-100 is an IP-based programmable network services platform. Solution providers use this system to build IP and TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) A technology that transmits multiple signals simultaneously over a single transmission path. Each lower-speed signal is time sliced into one high-speed transmission. applications (e.g., Calling Card Services The software support for PC Cards. PC Card applications talk to Card Services. See PC Card. , Contact Centers, Conferencing, Voice Mail, etc.) using the Carrius Applications Program Interface (API (Application Programming Interface) A language and message format used by an application program to communicate with the operating system or some other control program such as a database management system (DBMS) or communications protocol. ). This system also supports existing applications which were developed on the now-discontinued SummaFour systems.
The Compleat-200 is an intelligent IP gateway. This system provides the functionality necessary for efficient IP network interconnection and peering. It works as a stand-alone gateway or with Application Feature Servers via NG APIs (SIP now, with Parlay An open programming interface (API) to a service provider's network (the network operator), developed by the Parlay Group (www.parlay.org). By enabling the customer's application to talk directly to the network, it allows the end user to have greater access to network information as well , JAIN, and others in the future.) It also contains a TDM fabric to support TDM gateway functionalities. Additionally, service providers can extend or enhance their standards-based applications with the Carrius API.
The Compleat-300 is a broadband switch. It provides telecom operators with an effective means to transition legacy switching systems to VoIP, with the following capabilities:
--GR-303 and TR-008 interfaces to Class 5 switching systems to enable extending Class 5 business group (e.g., Centrex) and residential services to subtending users via IP.
--Interfaces with 3rd party application feature servers to extend additional enhanced/hosted broadband services to both business and residential subscribers.
--Interfaces with existing OS systems (e.g., Telcordia) for the above capabilities.
The Compleat-400 is an IP access gateway which serves as an integrated Digital Terminal (IDT IDT Integrated Device Technology, Inc. (Santa Clara, CA, USA)
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(2) (Data Link Control) The data link layer protocol (layer 2) that is used in IBM's SNA networking. See SNA, data link protocol and Microsoft DLC. traffic to IP, and to place existing DLC lines under Softswitch/packet control.
The Compleat-100 and Compleat-200 systems are available for deployment now. The Compleat-300 system will be available for trials in third quarter of 2004, and will be followed by Compleat-400.
About Carrius Technologies, Inc. -- Carrius' (www.carriustech.com) Compleat(TM) family of products provide the telecom industry with solutions that facilitate new IP-based business models by accelerating convergence to an all-IP network or taking full advantage of an all-IP network. The underlying technology significantly minimizes risk and maximizes gains for telecom operators by providing them with an evolutionary path for the transition to IP, preserving overall network stability, and enabling focus on specific areas of vulnerability.