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May 26, 2009

Cricket Communications Selects Performance Technologies Signaling Solution


By Anil Sharma SIP Trunking Report Contributor



Cricket Communications, Inc. has selected Performance Technologies’ SEGway IP-Edge Signaling Solution.
 
"We are extremely pleased that our IP-Edge distributed network solution was chosen for such a prominent wireless signaling network," said Patt Rice, vice president and general manager of Performance Technologies' Signaling Group.

 
Rice said that the decision to implement core-to-edge network topology is the mark of a leader in the evolution of wireless networks and services.
 
According to Performance Technologies officials SEGway IP-Edge is an integral part of the company’s core-to-edge signaling product portfolio.
 
Officials claimed that the solutions help carriers to evolve networks and contain costs as they compete in the ever changing telecommunications landscape.
 
Highlighting the features of SEGway SS7 signaling products, officials said that they are robust, scalable, and highly flexible next-generation signaling solutions that comprise the most feature-rich, highly scalable, and cost-effective signaling solutions available in the market today.
 
The line includes STPs, Signaling Gateways, IP-Edges, Applications Gateways, and the SIP Signaling Bridge.
 
These solutions offer full routing, address translation, and protocol mediation, along with a complete set of network interfaces including traditional TDM, SigTran IP, and SIP, equipping a service provider any-to-any connectivity across all interfaces and networks.
 
Performance Technologies is a supplier of advanced network communications and control solutions to end users, application developers, and original equipment manufacturers that serve mission critical telecommunications as well as aerospace and defense markets.
 
The company provides remotely manageable, IP-centric network elements specifically engineered for high availability, scalability, and long life cycle deployments.
 
Earlier this month, Performance Technologies had announced that its IPnexus MicroTCA systems now support an AdvancedMC option featuring the Intel EP80579 system-on-a-chip (SoC) integrated processor.

Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anil’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Jessica Kostek
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