FOKUS spinoff iptelorg GmbH attracts international attention. Iptelorg, BridgePort Networks, and Telio provide interoperability for next generation SIP based solutions.
iptelorg, the leading provider of SIP based server solutions for large service providers, announced it has been named to the "Pulver 100" along with its customer BridgePort Networks and partner Telio. The "pulver 100" features private companies in the communications sector that have substantial real-world deployments and enjoy significant growth rates. iptelorg is working with other Pulver 100 companies such as BridgePort Networks who is leading the seamless convergence of mobile and voice over IP services using a single phone number, to develop standard based SIP solutions for next generation networks. BridgePort Networks leverages the extensive SIP interoperability of iptelorg in its mobileIGNITE program, which brings together end-to-end solutions with a diversity of SIP based fixed and mobile terminal and infrastructure providers. mobileIGNITE solutions allow subscribers to seamlessly roam between mobile and broadband IP networks.
"Working with other innovative Pulver 100 companies accelerates the transformation of todays telecom markets, as the disruptive technology of SIP penetrates the core of fixed and mobile networks" said Mike Mulica, CEO and President of BridgePort Networks, "iptelorgs strength in SIP combined with BridgePort Networks mobileIGNITE will help to further develop the fixed mobile convergence ecosystem." iptelorgs partner named to Pulver 100 is Telio, one of the fastest growing European access independent ITSP. CTO of Telio, Alan Duric, said "iptelorg´s technology and products were significant factors of great success of Telio services and its European expansion. Their reliability and flexibility intensely outperforms any other product we evaluated or used so far".
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