Smart IMS, a technology services provider, and its JV partner, Atlas Communications Technology, a provider of IP communications engineering, announced the launch of ASIMS, managed service for Trader Voice, SIP/SOA/Web applications and Contact Centers.
“IP Communications has evolved and enterprises are rapidly integrating SIP and real-time, intelligent voice applications into their IP infrastructure,” said Nagesh Gouravaram, COO of Smart IMS, in a statement. “Huge cost savings, IP network security, and business continuity are some of the key business drivers propelling SIP and centralized SIP trunking applications.”
ASIMS offers features for alarm monitoring and data collection in order to manage SIP applications and enable end-to-end visibility into the network.
“Interoperability and Application Platform Integration are also key business drivers,” said Anthony Morrone, president of Atlas Communications, in a statement.
Integration of voice, messaging, collaboration and presence across disparate Unified Communications vendor platforms from Avaya, Cisco, IPC, BT, Siemens and others, will enable enterprises to extend the life of their existing platforms and ubiquitously deploy advanced SIP, SOA and Web applications.
ASIMS enables Atlas Communications to move beyond just integrating and managing and to help enterprises reduce cost, mitigate risk and gain powerful economies of speed, scalability and intelligence for a measurable return on their IP investments.
By using ASIMS, global enterprises are expected to gain from seamless integration, proactive management and customized reports to manage their Unified Communications environment.
Atlas Communications is currently developing and integrating communications-enabled business applications like Click to Call, Voice Drop/Voice Blast across disparate telephony and trading system platforms. The company manages these applications via ASIMS on the Avatar managed services platform.
Recently, Atlas Communications announced that the UAE Armed Forces awarded a Dh63 million contract to Atlas for the provision of Tetra Communications systems.
In 2011, Atlas Communications is set to deliver more than Dh1 billion worth of Tetra Communication systems as well as other defense systems.