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NAAP Global Solutions Chooses CACHE Post-Relational Database For Telecom Asset Management Application.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- InterSystems Corporation today announced that NAAP Global Solutions, Ltd. has selected the CACHE post-relational database for a commercially available network administration software product targeting carriers in the telecom industry.

InterSystems is a leading provider of innovative database and integration software. The InterSystems product line includes the CACHE post-relational database, Ensemble rapid integration software, and HealthShare health information exchange platform. NAAP Global Solutions, based in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., offers a comprehensive asset management solution that focuses on the industry's demand for Telecom Expense Management (TEM). NAAP software enables telecom carriers worldwide to dramatically reduce operations expenses and establish network responsibility practices.

Massive Scalability, High Performance Critical

NAAP Global Solutions selected CACHE after in-depth evaluation of multiple database products. "CACHE provides the scalability and performance we require in a cost-effective, easy-to-implement product," said Adolfo Lopez, Vice President of NAAP Global Solutions.

"Equally important, we know that InterSystems understands our business objectives and will work with us to reach our goals," he continued. "They offer application partners and end user customers the top-tier support that is necessary for market growth and long-term success. It's a business model that works very well for InterSystems and all of its customers," Lopez said.

Complete Telecom Asset Management

The NAAP software product is a comprehensive network administration tool that enhances telecom carrier productivity and cuts operational costs by centralizing corporation asset data on a by-site basis and providing secure access to that information from any location worldwide.

CACHE-based NAAP software is one component of an inclusive solution that also provides:

* High-definition, 3D laser scanning of all site elements to enable examining current assets configurations in real time to ensure that reliable information is gathered;

* Structural design services that include evaluation of each structure in a carrier's network by top industry engineers to ensure assets are not overexposed by inappropriate weight loads on individual structures. Based on this evaluation, NAAP Global Solutions develops a complete report with detailed recommendations that is managed by NAAP software to provide easy, secure information access;

* Manufacturing services to provide tower reinforcements when appropriate as well as structure modifications ensuring towers will be suitable for current and future load requirements;

* Automated data integration services including, scanning original documents such as drawings, property titles and legal agreements and storing it by site in NAAP software for easy access to individual site data at any time from any location.

"NAAP Global Solutions uniquely offers a total asset management solution backed by decades of comprehensive experience in tower engineering, manufacturing and installation," said Lopez. "We provide the top-level technology to automate complex processes and securely store all types of critical site data while offering a single point of contact for the services carriers need to compete in today's fast-moving telecom sector."

"InterSystems has extensive experience with companies in the telecom industry and we appreciate the ability to partner with NAAP Global Solutions in bringing their innovative product to market," said Paul Grabscheid, InterSystems Vice President of Strategic Planning. "We expect the benefits of this one-stop solution for site asset management to prove extremely attractive to leaders in this highly competitive industry."

About InterSystems

For over 25 years, InterSystems Corporation has been a technology innovation leader in database and integration software. The CACHE post-relational database, Ensemble rapid integration software and HealthShare health information exchange platform enable developers to quickly create, deploy and integrate high-performance systems. With world headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts, InterSystems has offices in 22 countries and provides support to customers in 88 countries.

InterSystems is a leader in integration technology and the world's #1 database provider in healthcare, with its products used by most major hospitals and labs, including America's 10 best hospitals as rated by U.S. News and World Report. For more information, visit

About NAAP Global Solutions

NAAP Global Solutions, Ltd., is a software development company that has partnered with Neptuno, a tower manufacturer, to provide solutions for carriers' telecom asset management needs. Together, these companies, which include over 250 employees, offer more than 40 years of in-depth experience in the telecom industry, specializing in engineering, manufacturing and installation of metal structures such as towers and shelters for telecommunications site-development and distribution of a diverse array of communications and construction equipment.

Leveraging this expertise and experience, NAAP Global Solutions brings to the market an innovative and powerful solution to address the growing need for Telecom Expense Management (TEM). For additional information, visit
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