T-2 Slovenia Chooses Comverse to Expand and Augment Converged IP Communication Services
WAKEFIELD, Mass., Feb 26, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) --
Comverse (Nasdaq:CNSI), the global leader in telecom business enablement through service innovation and smart monetization provided by a rich portfolio of BSS, Mobile Internet, Value Added Services, IP Communications and Professional Services, today announced that T-2, the leading provider of alternative telecommunications services in Slovenia, has chosen to expand and augment its Comverse converged IP communication services in the residential and enterprise markets.
Comverse is providing T-2 with advanced IP-based voice and video solutions that enable it to deliver special wireline services, such as MyCall VoIP communications for consumers. For commercial markets, Converged IP Centrex, a virtual PBX hosted in the network provides attractive feature-rich cost-effective VoIP PBX services for enterprises. With this upgrade, T-2 expands its capacity and gains advanced new features and a greater degree of fixed-mobile convergence to accommodate growing business needs.
"Providing outstanding IP-based services is one of the key factors that made T-2 the second largest telecommunications provider in Slovenia, winning us the trust and loyalty of legions of customers," said Sašo Todorovic, CEO at T-2. "Comverse Netcentrex VoIP PBX services are a real differentiator, enabling us to provide governmental organizations and enterprises of all sizes throughout the country with top performance, highly desired services, plus significant savings."
"A leader in converged IP communications, Comverse Netcentrex products and expertise are drawn from millions of VoIP lines in commercial service in countries around the world," said Denis Bernaert, Comverse Senior Vice President & Managing Director of EMEA. "This expansion of our relationship with T-2 is further proof that our broad solution portfolio gives service providers the best tools for growth - differentiating their offerings with a richer user experience."
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T-2 is the leading alternative provider of telecommunications services in Slovenia, offering its customers triple and quad play services on its VDSL and FTTH networks and UMTS mobile network. These include VDSL internet connectivity with bandwidths of up to 60Mbps/25Mbps and up to 1Gbps symmetrical on its FTTH networks; a digital TV service with 270 TV channels, electronic program guides (EPG), video on demand (VoD) and high definition television (HDTV), and VoIP services. T-2 was established in 2004 with headquarters in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Comverse is the world's leading provider of telecom business enablement solutions that support service innovation and smart monetization through a rich portfolio of BSS, Mobile Internet, Value Added Services, IP Communications and Professional Services. Comverse's extensive customer base spans more than 125 countries and covers over 450 communication service providers serving more than two billion subscribers. The company's innovative product portfolio enables communication service providers to unleash the value of the network for their customers by making their networks smarter. Comverse's solutions are available in a variety of delivery models, including on-site, cloud, hosted and managed services. Comverse is ranked number 55 in PwC's Global 100 Software Leaders list. For more information, visit www.comverse.com.
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