9/14/2005 - Performance Technologies (Nasdaq NM: PTIX), a leading developer of integrated systems, platforms, components and software, announced Carrius Technologies is using the company's IPnexus® Media Blade products in its Compleat-200 Service Delivery Gateway (SDG).
The Compleat-200 Service Delivery Gateway combines application and softswitch call control with signaling, protocol and media interworking functions, in a single scalable platform. This combination makes it economically feasible for service providers and solution developers who previously could not justify the expense of multiple, stand-alone, next-generation network elements to offer more services across multiple network types.
Carrius, an early adopter of open-system hardware platforms, creates telecom systems by integrating its own advanced software with standard, carrier-grade CompactPCI® PICMG® 2.16 hardware. This approach allows Carrius to adopt the best available hardware on the market to quickly meet changing market needs. Carrius is using Performance Technologies' IPnexus MG6000 Media Blade and complementary NexusWareTM MG software in the Compleat-200 system.
"As one of the early adopters of off-the-shelf hardware, we strive to broaden our portfolio of hardware sub-systems and share the inherent economies of this business model with our customers," stated John Stephenson, director of product management at Carrius. "We recognize Performance Technologies as an innovative technology partner who is capable of complementing our already diverse hardware solutions, allowing us to better address changing market needs."
Performance Technologies' MG6000 is the industry's highest density T1/E1 media blade. It combines the company's world-class media and voice processing and network access functionality to facilitate the development of media gateway elements. The MG6000 can be used in a variety of other carrier-grade applications including IMS media gateways, access gateways, Class 5 replacement switches, media servers and wireless interworking functions.
The associated NexusWare MG software adds media gateway and media server development capabilities to the MG6000 hardware platform. NexusWare MG builds upon the capacity provided by the company's Linux-based NexusWare Core development environment by integrating media processing functionality with multiple signaling stacks.
"Carrius has a strong reputation for delivering highly reliable and innovative IP-based service platforms for telecom operators," said Ali Bigdeliazari, vice president and general manager of the voice technology group for Performance Technologies. "We're pleased to be a key supplier to Carrius, and we are confident our relationship will advance well into the future."
About Carrius Technologies, Inc.
Carrius Technologies advances fixed and mobile convergence with the industry's first carrier-grade Service Delivery Gateway for converged IP communications. The company's Compleat platform enables solution developers and service providers to capture more market share and improve ROI by accelerating universal delivery of legacy and new services across all network types. As an enhanced services platform controlled through SIP or the Carrius API, Compleat allows solution developers to focus on differentiating their services while it manages telephony functions such as signaling, media termination, call control, and redundancy. Service providers may also leverage this same combination of capabilities to deploy Compleat as an intelligent standalone gateway.
About Performance Technologies
Performance Technologies (Nasdaq NM: PTIX) develops the systems, platforms, components and software solutions for the world's evolving communications infrastructure. Our broad customer base includes companies in the communications, military and commercial markets. Serving the industry for more than 20 years, our complete line of embedded and system-level products enables equipment manufacturers and service providers to offer highly available and fully-managed systems with time-to-market, performance and cost advantages.
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