Siemens Demonstrates Total Network Solutions At Supercomm '98.BOCA RATON, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 4, 1997--Siemens Telecom Networks will feature total telecommunications solutions for voice, data, video and wireless applications at Supercomm '98, to be held June 9-11 at the Georgia World Congress Center The Georgia World Congress Center or GWCC is the major convention center in Atlanta. It is the fourth-largest convention center in the United States at 1.4 million ft2 (130,000 m2) and hosts more than a million visitors each year. in Atlanta. Visitors to booth No.1445 will see revenue-generating applications that can help existing and emerging service providers compete and increase services to their customers.
The reduction or elimination of government power in a particular industry, usually enacted to create more competition within the industry.
Traditional areas that have been deregulated are the telephone and airline industries. has opened the market to competition, and that has changed the industry dramatically," said Fred Fromm, president 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 Siemens Telecom Networks. "There is added pressure on vendors to supply and support turnkey solutions. At Siemens, our overriding mission is to provide those solutions and help our customers add value to their networks."
Siemens Telecom Networks is a total solutions provider, offering products and services ranging from voice over the Internet to broadband networks, automated service provisioning to ADSL See DSL.
ADSL - Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (communications, protocol) Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line - (ADSL, or Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Loop) A form of Digital Subscriber Line in which the bandwidth available for downstream connection is significantly larger then for upstream. ) high-speed data access, ISDN ISDN
in full Integrated Services Digital Network
Digital telecommunications network that operates over standard copper telephone wires or other media. (Integrated Services Digital Network Integrated services digital network (ISDN)
A generic term referring to the integration of communications services transported over digital facilities such as wire pairs, coaxial cables, optical fibers, microwave radio, and satellites. ) to AIN (Advanced Intelligent Network).
Highlights of the Siemens Telecom Networks exhibit include:
-- Internet Telephony
The InterXpress(TM) family of Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP (Voice Over IP) A digital telephone service that uses the public Internet as well as private backbones instead of the traditional telephone network. Many companies, including Vonage, 8x8 and AT&T (CallVantage), typically offer calling within the country for a ) solutions links the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) The worldwide voice telephone network. Once only an analog system, the heart of most telephone networks today is all digital. In the U.S. (Public Switched Telephone Network) with the Internet, enabling voice calls to be completed over IP-based networks. Carriers can expand their market reach by offering subscribers integrated solutions for voice, fax and other value-added services, anywhere in the world.
--High-Speed Data Access Solutions
An interactive end-user application features ATM-based ADSL technology to demonstrate the high-speed data access capabilities of Siemens' XpressLink(R) products. Visitors can see the exceptional speed and quality of video images transferred at speeds up to 8 Mb/s for applications featuring work-at-home, electronic commerce, video conference and real-time delivery of MPEG-encoded video clips. In addition, Siemens' FastLink(R) fiber-to-the-curb access system will demonstrate high-speed data access via Ethernet to a personal computer.
Siemens, as a member of the Universal ADSL Working Group, also will support Universal ADSL access through a software upgrade to its XpressLink product and as a "plug and play" line card solution in its EWSD EWSD Elektronisches WaehlSystem Digital (German: Electronic Worldwide Switch Digital)
EWSD Electronic Worldwide Switch Digital (R) switching system, the world's leading digital central office switch.
-- Broadband Networks
A live demonstration of the Siemens/Newbridge MainStreetXpress(TM) 36170 Multiservices Switch features Carrier-Scale Internetworking(TM) (CSI) architecture. CSI is a standards-based, end-to-end network solution that enables managed Internet protocol (IP) virtual private network services with multiple classes of service. Also on display will be the award-winning Siemens/Newbridge MainStreetXpress 36190 Core Services Switch and MainStreetXpress 46020 Network Management System.
-- AIN Service Creation and Deployment
A live Fast Feature Platform(TM) (FFP FFP - Formal FP. A language similar to FP, but with regular sugarless syntax, for machine execution.
See also FL.
["Can Programming be Liberated From the von Neumann Style? A Functional Style and Its Algebra of Programs", John Backus, 1977 Turing Award Lecture, CACM ) system shows how premium services such as prepaid debit card can be rapidly customized and brought to market using AIN technology. With the use of the INventor(R) Service Creation Environment, users can create and simulate new services and transfer them to the FFP. A WebTV demonstration will illustrate how subscribers can personally control telephone services using the Internet.
-- Transport Solutions
Siemens enters the transport market in the United States by introducing TransXpress(TM) ALine, a multi-service fiber optic transport system that combines synchronous optical network (networking) Synchronous Optical NETwork - (SONET) A broadband networking standard based on point-to-point optical fibre networks. SONET will provide a high-bandwidth "pipe" to support ATM-based services. (SONET) and asynchronous transfer mode See ATM.
(communications) Asynchronous Transfer Mode - (ATM, or "fast packet") A method for the dynamic allocation of bandwidth using a fixed-size packet (called a cell).
See also ATM Forum, Wideband ATM.
Indiana acronyms. (ATM) technology. ALine has the ability to transmit narrowband and data signals, including broadband ATM. It also features multi-service access for private networks and connections for individual subscribers at bit rates from 64 Kb/s to 150 Mb/s.
-- Switching Solutions
From the world-leading EWSD switch to the DCO(R)-CS switch for long distance, Siemens is a leader in switching technology.
Siemens is unveiling the Smart Network strategy for EWSD networks, a five-step process for evolving EWSD narrowband switching into fully converged voice and data networks. eatured at the booth will be the Smart Commander platform, the management system used to operate the new network. The demonstration will show the graphic user interface See GUI. that simplifies operations, administration and maintenance procedures.
Also featured will be a remote control unit (RCU), which can be used for central office replacements where switching or trunking is not required.
-- Automated Flow-Through Provisioning of Any Service
Whether carriers are offering telephony, wireless, cable or Internet service, the ServiceCoordinator(TM) system automatically provisions the service from end-to-end. This customized business tool provides automated support of all service management function areas with the touch of a button. Demonstrations will illustrate service provisioning, fault and performance, billing, customer care and carrier access billing system (CABS) services.
-- GSM Wireless Solutions
The wireless D1900 BS-11 Base Transceiver Station Base Transceiver Station (BTS) is the equipment which facilitates the wireless communication between user equipments (UE) and the network. UEs are devices like mobile phones (handsets), WLL phones, computers with wireless internet connectivity, WiFi and WiMAX gadgets etc. , the smallest on the market, will be on display to demonstrate mobile solutions for the rapidly growing PCS (Personal Communication Service) industry. The D1900 product line, based on GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications (communications) Global System for Mobile Communications - (GSM, originally "Groupe de travail Sp?ciale pour les services Mobiles") One of the major standards for digital cellular communications, in use in over 60 countries and serving over one billion subscribers. ) technology, offers a complete wireless network solution.
Siemens Telecom Networks, headquartered in Boca Raton, Fla., is a leading provider of telecommunications solutions to the public network service providers in North America. The company designs and manufactures digital central office switching equipment, access network solutions, broadband switching systems, wireless solutions, end-to-end multimedia solutions, Internet solutions, network management products and transmission products. Siemens Telecom Networks is a subsidiary of Siemens AG, which has annual re venues of $63.7 billion (FY 96-97) and has operations in 193 countries. Home page: www.stn.siemens.com. -0-
Siemens is a registered trademarks of Siemens AG. InterXpress is a trademark of Siemens AG. XpressLink and FastLink are registered trademarks of Siemens AG. EWSD is a registered trademark of Siemens AG. MainStreetXpress and Carrier Scale Internetworking are trademarks used exclusively by Siemens AG and Newbridge Networks. Fast Feature Platform is a trademark of Siemens Telecom Networks. INventor is a registered trademark of GPT GPT glutamic-pyruvic transaminase; see alanine transaminase.
glutamic-pyruvic transaminase. . DCO is a registered trademark of Siemens Telecom Networks. ServiceCoordinator is a trademark of Siemens Telecom Networks.
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