PRIORITY TELECOM SELECTS TELSIS SWITCHING SOLUTION Monday 4 June 2001 PDF Print Fast-growing Dutch carrier Priority Telecom is reinforcing its growing market share with advanced switching technology from Telsis. The operator, part of the US-owned United Pan-European Communications (UPC) group, has installed a Telsis Ocean fastSSP programmable switch as a key element in connecting value-added services providers to Dutch businesses and consumers. Priority Telecom made its choice after discovering that its primary switch supplier couldn't deliver a value-added services solution to match the flexibility of the Telsis product. Features including in-built interactive audio and flexible non-blocking switching were vital to the rollout of planned new services. Delivered within just two weeks of order placement, the fastSSP was integrated with an existing Priority Telecom public network switch and IVR system. Priority Telecom staff then used the Telsis NODAL applications language to quickly create and commission their own new services - proving for themselves a further major benefit of the Ocean family of products. "The installation at Priority Telecom shows other telcos just how comprehensive and flexible our offering is," says Robin Verwerda of Telsis BV in Leidschendam. "Within three weeks of placing the order, Priority Telecom had the Telsis solution installed, configured, and generating revenue. That's a compelling example for any other operators in the region wanting to create differentiation, broaden their services quickly, and do it with as little pain as possible." Other Telsis customers in The Netherlands include KPN which uses the Ocean fastSSP for its One VoiceMail service. Telsis high-performance carrier-grade programmable solutions are in use around the world with major incumbents, mobile operators and many new entrants, who have installed capacity ranging from 16 to over 500 E1s per site. Other Ocean products include the high performance Ocean fastSCP service control point; a highly flexible IVR platform, the Ocean fastIP, and an SS7-TCP/IP signalling bridge, the Ocean fastTC. With its headquarters, research and production site in the UK, Telsis also has sales and support operations in Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Singapore and Spain. For more information see http://www.telsis.com -ends- Further editorial information: Telsis Ltd: Adrian Swatridge +44 (0) 1489 885877 firstname.lastname@example.org Sage Partnership Kevin Fiske +44 (0) 1189 344007 This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of The Sage Partnership in the following categories: Consumer Technology, Personal Finance, Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.