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The Telsis migration roadmap could have been written for us.

An innovative application server by Telsis that delivers advanced services simultaneously to phone customers in both TDM and IMS environments has gone live for the first time with a telco.

The Telsis platform has slotted flawlessly into the core of the network operated by German regional telco M-net where it is currently handling approximately four million calls a day, interworking with Siemens TDM switches, and Nokia Siemens Networks IMS infrastructure.

M-net has more than 230,000 commercial and domestic customers across Bavaria, 22,000 of which were on IMS connections towards the end of April.

The operator initially used the Telsis Ocean Application Server to simultaneously deliver an established range of voice services to TDM and IMS-connected customers. Originally created for the legacy network environment, these include number portability and intelligent call routing.

Now M-net’s engineers are using the Telsis platform’s in-built development environment and Web-based customer front-end to build new services that fully exploit the multi-media flexibility of IMS.

It has been a momentous six months for M-net. In that time it has become the first telco in Germany to go live with NSN IMS, and the first telco anywhere to deploy a Telsis Ocean Application Server to simultaneously support services in legacy and next generation domains.

“Two factors gave us the confidence to push ahead with the server deployment,” says Thomas Iselt, Head of Technologie for M-net. “The earlier generation of Telsis application server had proved ultra-reliable in our network, and the ease with which we could ourselves take new services from concept to deployment in a matter of weeks had given us a real edge. The new generation Telsis server builds on that with seamless IMS connectivity, enabling us to maintain continuity for customers still on TDM connections while developing and deploying exciting new services for the world of IMS.

“The Telsis migration roadmap could have been written for us. It means we can move our services to all-IMS at our own pace in incremental steps with minimal risk and maximum impact, all the while continuing to reap the revenue rewards of our earlier investment in TDM services.”

Telsis has delivered service innovations to telco networks globally for almost a quarter of a century. The company’s solutions enable operators to generate more revenue, strengthen their brands, recruit and retain more customers, drive up Net Promoter Scores and increase profitability.

Telsis’ portfolio of services is backed by proven engineering skills, system integration expertise, and a deep understanding of human factors, all of which combine in solutions that enable operators to offer customers exciting and practical services with compelling real-world appeal.


Further editorial information:
Telsis – Sarah Ford + 44 (0) 1489 760000
Sage Partnership – Kevin Fiske +44 (0) 1189 344007

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