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ILEC/CLEC Legacy Switch Replacement Program

As ILECs/CLECs enhance their broadband deployment, Voice-over-IP (VoIP) becomes a key element of their business strategy. REDCOM’s next-generation softswitch solutions with extensive SIP-based VoIP capabilities, including SIP trunking, allow ILECs/CLECs to scale their network faster and more cost-effectively than with traditional trunks and phone lines, thus cutting operating costs.

We have a proven record in the replacement of legacy switching platforms. REDCOM is home to some of the leading experts in the telecommunications industry that can assist you in the replacement of Coppercom's CSX, Mitel’s GX5000, Nortel’s DMS-10, DMS-100, and DMS-300 switches.

Why REDCOM’s next-generation softswitch solutions? 

ILECs/CLECs who want to deliver NGN services need a REDCOM next-generation Class 4/5 softswitch that leverages and preserves all the functionality and investment in legacy assets, while offering safe passage to leap-forward VoIP technology. REDCOM’s HDX and SLICE® 2100™ Carrier-Class softswitch platforms enable service providers to deploy flexible networks that can adapt to increasing end-user demands and competitive industry dynamics at a lower operating cost.

One of the great benefits of a REDCOM System is that it does not require recurring expenditures like mandatory service agreements or software upgrades, thus positively impacting your bottom line. Whether you are looking to add DSL or IPTV services, REDCOM has you covered when it comes to an interoperable carrier-class solution that interfaces with these value-added services. REDCOM Systems are a true drop-in replacement that facilitates easy migration to VoIP at the most opportune time for your business. Because of its seamless IP-TDM interoperability, the systems are backward compatible with existing network protocols allowing a cost effective transition to VoIP. Next Generation Networks powered by REDCOM’s Systems enable service providers to invest in the latest VoIP technology to increase revenue while reducing costs.

REDCOM’s next-generation softswitch solutions allow ILECs/CLECs to future proof their network to interoperate today, respecting the past and anticipating the future with a wide range of protocols and interfaces, positioning you for long-term growth. With REDCOM, you have the flexibility to incrementally migrate to VoIP in a cost-effective manner when it makes sense for your business, with complete legacy support and maximum flexibility of deployment. Next Generation Networks powered by TRANSip® enable you to invest in the latest VoIP technology to drive your top line while aggressively managing your bottom line. No matter what your business strategy, REDCOM is the right platform for a fully integrated VoIP and TDM solution.

Total Cost of Ownership Matters

cash-50s.jpgWhen buying a Class 4/5 softswitch, service providers must ensure that they are budgeting correctly for this capital purchase, taking into consideration all associated maintenance and software upgrade costs so that these costs don’t come as a surprise down the line. TCO analysis shows that when all is said and done, the total cost of a REDCOM softswitch compared to competitor offers is actually lower over time.

REDCOM customers are in a better position to evaluate the TCO for REDCOM products, since they don’t have any hidden costs. After purchase, REDCOM customers are relieved of high recurrent expenses, since they have:

  • No annual maintenance contracts
  • No mandatory software upgrades
  • No dependence on REDCOM for Operations, Administration & Maintenance (OA&M) 

Select REDCOM’s Next-Generation Carrier-Class Features 

  • Converged Communications in a single platform - Seamlessly integrates VoIP call management, media gateway, media gateway controller and TDM functionality in one platform.
  • Industry standard SIP-based architecture - Extensive SIP-based VoIP capabilities including SIP trunking without the use of proprietary protocols.
  • Up to 3,000 registered SIP subscribers per unit - Start with as few as 100 IP subscribers. Additional IP subscribers can be added later to minimize the initial investment.
  • Enhanced Centrex - HDX and SLICE 2100 allow you to add new revenue through IP & TDM Centrex services.
  • Remote Access Interoperability - Multiple access solutions, including SIP, GR-303 and V5.2
  • SNMP Support - With SNMP, you are better able to monitor network devices and to diagnose network problems.
 
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