From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

March 04, 2013

Slovenian Carrier T-2 Selects Comverse Converged IP Services

By Contributing Writer

T-2, a telecommunications carrier operating in Slovenia, is augmenting its offerings by using Comverse converged IP communication services.

"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."

Comverse will provide T-2 with advanced IP voice and video solutions that will enable the carrier to deliver new applications to its subscribers, such as MyCall VoIP. Comverse's Converged IP Centrex is a virtual VoIP PBX aimed at businesses.

This will add to T-2's triple and quadruple play packages that include VDSL, VoIP, mobile and TV options including on on-screen program guide, video on demand and HD programming. The upgrade gives T-2 more capacity, as well as the ability to integrate its mobile and wireline networks.

The expansion will allow T-2 to serve a growing business market.

"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 and 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."

Hutchison Telecom Lanka, a carrier operating in Sri Lanka, has also selected Comverse Policy Studio for advanced mobile broadband applications. Comverse Policy Studio allows marketing personnel at carriers design data plans quickly, without the need for engineers to configure the equipment manually, which can take a long time for large carriers.

Edited by Braden Becker