8/31/2004 - Brooktrout Technology, Inc., a leading supplier of media processing, network interface, call control and signal processing products, announced that CBOSS Association, an international provider of IT services for the telecommunications industry, has selected its NS700TM SS7 platform as an integral part of its CBOSS Short Message Service (SMS) Centre platform. The messaging platform is being installed as part of MTS’s regional network in Krasnodar Territory. MTS is the largest mobile operator in Russia and the Ukraine with more than 22 million subscribers and 37% market share. Brooktrout’s SS7 platform will enable MTS to upgrade their existing SMSC to support a significantly higher message volume.
The CBOSS SMS Centre is a high performance short messaging solution that supports basic messaging services as well as a number of value-added services, such as pull/push messaging, email forwarding and SMS paging.
CBOSS deployed the SMS Service Centre to allow the network operator to send and sustain a high volume of message throughput. The SMS Centre is highly scalable and can cope with peak loads amounting to 250 messages per second. Network operators deploying the system can be assured that the system will maintain high reliability, performance and quality of service, even during peak subscriber activity. Brooktrout’s NS700 provides a higher signaling density and improved capacity for high-volume applications in a more cost effective package than CBOSS’ previous SS7 solution.
“The outstanding performance in the MTS regional networks was achieved with Brooktrout’s NS700 SS7 module in the SMS server system. The high performance characteristics of the NS700 and its suitability for a wide range of applications allowed us to install the solution quickly and easily,” said Mikhail Hametov, head of CBOSS Implementation Department.
The NS700 provides developers with global SS7 connectivity, leveraging technology that has been deployed in 70+ countries and has an installed base of over one million ports. Brooktrout's extensive range of SS7 modules allows developers to leverage the capabilities of the SS7 network and develop carrier-grade applications for SS7 circuit-switched call control, SS7/IP convergence, GSM MAP SMS, CDMA IS-41, and INAP Intelligent Network devices. The NS700 is at the heart of SS7 signaling gateways, enhanced service nodes, follow-me services, wireless applications, intelligent peripherals, and many more.
About CBOSS Association
CBOSS Association is a Moscow-based international corporation, the largest Russian software developer and a leader of Russian IT for telecom market segment. The company is included in the list of 300 largest Russian companies. The key focus of CBOSS Association’s business is: development of original software, system integration, delivery of complex integrated hardware and software solutions, including equipment and system software, personnel training, consulting, implementation and technical support. The largest Russian and foreign operators have selected the unrivalled functionality and reliability of CBOSS solutions. The number of CBOSS installations is 776. They are successfully deployed by 142 customers in 19 countries worldwide. CBOSS technologies serve about 40 million subscribers.
About Brooktrout Technology
Brooktrout Technology is a leading supplier of media processing, network interface, call control and signal processing products that enable the development of applications, systems and services for both the New NetworkTM (packet-based) and the traditional telephone (TDM) network. The Company’s strategy is to partner with its customers and collaborate closely with them to help accelerate their delivery of new applications and services, increase their existing business, and expand into new markets. For more information, visit http://www.brooktrout.com. Brooktrout Technology is a subsidiary of Brooktrout, Inc. (NASDAQ: BRKT).
Brooktrout, Brooktrout Technology, New Network and NS700 are trademarks or registered trademarks of Brooktrout, Inc.
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