Tadiran Launches Coral Sea Softswitch 3.0
September 15, 2008
By Susan J. Campbell
, TMCnet Contributing Editor
) Telecom, a global IP business telephony and communications supplier, has announced the launch of the Coral Sea Softswitch 3.0. Positioned as a revolutionary state-of-the-art softswitch, this latest release delivers unified communications in conjunction with multimedia over IP.
The advanced Coral Sea Softswitch software architecture is designed to provide organizations with a platform for enhanced, more reliable and more efficient business interactions. By touching on a critical element for the enterprise and offering enhancements that makes communications more efficient, Tadiran should be able to drive demand and rapid adoption.
The availability of this latest Softswitch in the European, Middle Eastern, African, Asia-Pacific and Australian markets was announced at a Tadiran Telecom business partner conference in Jerusalem. The availability of the product for North and South America will be announced in November.
This softswitch uses the most common protocol for VoIP in the world (SIP) to enable enterprises to connect to their service provider directly through a pure IP connection. As a result, these organizations can preserve the quality of service and reduce costs.
Regardless of the source, users will be able to receive information in real-time such as unified messaging, voice and video conferencing, soft phones, dual-mode phones, IP phones. They will also be able to conduct consultations and correspondence with colleagues and make timely well-founded decisions.
By providing such an assortment of communication features, the softswitch is able to transform every location into a fully operational workstation. In doing so, it considerably increases efficiency and productivity by reducing process/communications latency.
The Coral Sea Softswitch is designed to allow for distributed system architecture, delivering complete redundancy and the highest level of fault tolerance to ensure business continuity and reliability.
The solution also provides a powerful and secured Web-based unified management system to ensure users have complete access and control over all system components and entities, from user profiles to global configurations.
"Customers have already lined up to enjoy next-generation communications features with complete mobility and reliability." says Eitan Livneh, President and CEO of Tadiran Telecom, in a Monday statement.
"Tadiran Telecom has aligned its vision with the global demand for truly unified communications and multimedia over IP. Today is a milestone in the fulfillment of this vision. The leap towards a comprehensive unified communications solution expands our reach through an ever-growing network of distribution channels."
By facilitating the migration to IP networks, the Coral Sea Softswitch will enable companies to leverage legacy telephony equipment while also preserving past investments. A scalable solution, Coral Sea Softswitch also allows customers to gradually extend and advance their networks according to their needs and traffic capacity.
Tadiran has done well to leverage the latest innovations in communications today and build an infrastructure that allows users to access unified communications solutions from anywhere and at any time in real-time. Such capabilities answer a growing demand in the global economy, ensuring that Tadiran will be able to expand its share throughout the world.
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Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi