) Europe, a company offering signalling infrastructure, reportedly has announced
that its HDCII-LPe SS7 boards are being deployed by EVISTEL in the latest version of its Charging Center solution.
For EVISTEL customers, the HDCII-LPe boards are being used to facilitate real-time charging for pre-paid roaming and advanced messaging. Compatible with both low profile and full-height peripheral component interconnect express slots, the HDCII-LPe is the half-height form factor of the Adax PCI Express board.
EVISTEL provides network operators with end-to-end telecoms solutions allowing them to supply their subscribers with telecoms services adapted to their needs.
The Adax HDCII-LPe is one the few SS7 boards that allows telecommunications equipment manufacturers such as EVISTEL to help network operators benefit from developments in blade server technology.
Thierry Lafue, head of marketing and pre-sales department at EVISTEL, said that the HDCII-LPe offers his company more SS7 time slots per board, meaning the company can help customers achieve more while requiring fewer servers.
“The high capacity of Adax SS7 boards - proved during the evaluation phase – will help us to increase the performances and reduce the footprint of our solutions,” Lafue said.
“The number of systems using low profile PCIe is growing rapidly and there’s even speculation that major server vendors will start to conform solely with the LPe form factor over the next few years,” said Robin Kent, director for European operations at Adax.
Adax Europe (News
) says it covers all protocols and popular hardware formats to provide the right solution for any signalling requirement, and its products are available for PSTN, GPRS, 3G and IMS networks.
Company’s Solutions include signalling communications controllers for SS7, ATM and IP; integrated signalling protocol stacks and blades for SS7 and SIGTRAN; and multi-purpose signalling gateways for SS7 and IP interworking.
In July, Company announced that 724 Solutions (News
), a provider of next generation mobile data solutions enabling seamless communications in an IP-based world, is deploying the next-gen platform, a combination of Adax hardware and Aricent (News
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Edited by Michael Dinan