Tilgin (News - Alert), a provider of software-controlled home gateways and remote management solutions, has announced the release of the HGA2.2 software platform for home gateways. The HGA2.2 software platform for Home Gateways purportedly helps in improving business operations for customers.
In a release, Eric Hjelmestam VP Solution Management & Marketing at Tilgin, said, "We have developed the HGA platform for the last 12 years, and are proud of the HGA2.2 release. We can with confidence say that we now have an even better business case for operators and service providers! This new platform offers them a unique opportunity to expand their offerings and optimize their operations."
The HGA2.2 software platform for home gateways makes it possible for operators and service providers to create and introduce new services while also enhancing their operational costs. Because the HGA2.2 supports 3G network access as well as a completely managed local storage solution, operators, when deploying new services, are provided with new avenues for multiple new end-user services.
The company's HGA software is capable of providing support for all kinds of network scenarios which also include fully routed scenarios. The platform offers feature rich VoIP solution, which offers support for IMS standards as well as legacy SIP. For voice services multiple interfaces can be used which include FXS, ISDN, and SIP- ALG (to SIP phone/client) as well as the advanced DECT (News - Alert), CAT-iq 2.0.
By utilizing Tilgin Home Gateways, operators can use the HGA software platform directly and benefit from the complete range of capabilities it offers. Furthermore, the HGA software is compliant with different applicable standards and can be used over any hardware platform.
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Edited by Rich Steeves