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teleSys Announces General Availability of Release 3.4 of Its MACH7-iSG (Signaling Gateway) Platform.

SAN MATEO, Calif., June 19 /PRNewswire/ -- teleSys Software, Inc., a leading provider of advanced Telecommunications middleware and network solutions for the Next Generation Converged Network, announced general availability of release 3.4 of its MACH7-iSG, the Signaling Gateway platform.

Designed using the latest industry standards for SS7 and IETF's SIGTRAN (M3UA and SCTP), and engineered for carrier-grade reliability, the MACH7-iSG offers unparalleled performance and capabilities to meet the demands of the converging networks of today and tomorrow. Release 3.4 of the MACH7-iSG platform incorporates support for ATM based High Speed Links (HSL), SIGTRAN M2PA (MTP2 User Peer-to-Peer) interfaces and Global Title Translation (GTT) capabilities to the existing solution.

By combining an open computing platform with teleSys' field proven highly-available signaling technology, the MACH7-iSG enables cost-effective communications between SS7 and IP signaling networks. Offering best-of-breed interfaces at the control plane, the MACH7-iSG allows the flexibility to provide any-to-any routing of signaling traffic, thus enabling a reliable distributed architecture to inter-connect Converged Network Services to traditional networks.

"Our industry is experiencing a convergence of many kinds of subscriber services -- wireless and wireline, broadband and multimedia, PSTN and IP. What is needed are digital bridges connecting these services and platforms," says George Freeborn, teleSys VP of Business Development. "teleSys' MACH7-iSG provides such a bridge to the new application environment -- IMS multi-media solutions. So, the MACH7-iSG is a huge business enabler for new network services that will drive big profits for system integrators, NEPs, carriers, internet service providers, and internet portals."

To ensure network and service interoperability with evolving IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) networks, the MACH7-iSG empowers service providers to future-proof high-demand applications, including prepaid, messaging, roaming and location based services, in order to migrate seamlessly to the converged network architecture. Along with reducing cost and leveraging current investments, the MACH7-iSG solution architecture allows service providers to reduce operational expenses with full advantages of the increased transaction processing capabilities.

The MACH7-iSG platform is available in a variety of configurations and signaling interfaces to meet all needs of today's networks.

About teleSys Software, Inc.:

teleSys is the premier provider of advanced Telecommunications middleware and network solutions for the Next Generation Converged Network, providing open systems hardware and software. Strategically focusing on the future, teleSys continues to enhance and expand its MACH7-UMP product line in order to facilitate the evolution towards IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) networks. teleSys' application development software provides the necessary solutions for Network Equipment Providers, Systems Integrators, and Independent Software Vendors. Further, teleSys' network elements support service providers in the deployment of revenue generating services in converged networks. teleSys is a privately held company and has received funding from industry-leading venture capital firms. teleSys is headquartered in San Mateo, CA with its subsidiary office located in Noida, India. For more information, please visit us at
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 Shaila Bahl

CONTACT: Shaila Bahl of teleSys Software, Inc., +1-650-522-9922, or

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