From the SIP Trunking Experts

October 25, 2013

Nepal's Broadlink Leveraging PortaOne's PortaSwitch to Offer Triple-Play Services

By Nathesh SIP Trunking Report Contributor

Broadlink Networks & Communications, a Nepalese service provider, is leveraging the features of PortaOne’s PortaSwitch to deliver triple-play services and also deliver various other solutions to customers under one platform.

Broadlink officials said the company wanted to deliver Wi-Fi internet and telephone services to all major population centers in Nepal along with full triple-play services. For that, the company was in need of a network infrastructure that offered flexibility, reliability and exceptional cost efficiency. Its initial system was working fine, but as Broadlink wanted to expand its strategies, it realized it required a more versatile and robust solution. PortaSwitch catered to its needs effectively.

Binod Timalsina, managing director at Broadlink said, “PortaSwitch helps us in doing business the way we want. We are not forced to adapt to the way the billing system works. Adding new solutions and services has become much easier – and it helps us to generate continuous revenue. We have received fantastic support from the PortaOne technical support team. The onsite training at our headquarters in Nepal that was conducted by the PortaOne training engineer went very impressively. Furthermore, PortaOne’s support team has been very professional and genuine in handling and solving the trouble tickets that have been raised.”  

PortaSwitch is built around a comprehensive converged billing software system and includes a class 4/5 SIP softswitch with media application servers. It can be deployed to unify voice and data traffic within a single converged network. With PortaSwitch, VoIP carriers and telecommunication service providers can deliver a wide variety of business models, quickly and flexibly.

In related news, Portaswitch Procinctus Softswitch/Billing platform was recently selected by Safarifone and PortaOne collaborated with NewTelco.

Edited by Stefania Viscusi
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