REDCOM Laboratories, Inc., a leading supplier of the world’s most reliable communications solutions, is pleased to announce it will be attending the annual PITA and PTC conferences this month in Honolulu, Hawaii.
REDCOM will be kicking things off on Friday 18 January with a panel discussion on the Evolution of Next Generation Networks at the PITA CEO’s Forum. The REDCOM team will then spend the whole week conducting private meetings, demonstrations, and networking events.
Many of the discussions will center on the new REDCOM IMS solution portfolio, which is designed to help service providers migrate gracefully from Intelligent Networks (IN) to a Converged IP/TDM or VoIP-centric environment. New REDCOM solutions include:
- REDCOM VoLTE Suite: Provides carriers with bandwidth and spectrum savings and roaming revenue protection.
- REDCOM Personalized Call Screening: An ultra-flexible and highly customizable tool to protect subscribers from telemarketers and robocalls.
- Enhanced Network Services: Includes applications such as Intelligent Call Routing, Prepaid/Postpaid Calling Card Service, and Mass Notification.
- Intelligent Network Migration: Allows service providers to evolve gracefully into an IP-powered network while preserving as much of the IN and AIN interfaces as required.
The new REDCOM IMS solution is backed by the company’s extensive engineering and support resources. REDCOM can work with service providers from the design and planning stage down to deployment and cutover to help carriers roll out applications that generate new revenue streams and future-proof their networks.
Book an appointment with Doug Corbett, REDCOM’s International Business Development Director, by visiting www.redcom.com/events/ptc-2019.
REDCOM Laboratories, Inc. is a woman-owned small business that specializes in the development of Carrier-Class Service Layer Applications with Call Control and Class 4/5 softswitches, empowering revenue growth and boosting carrier operational efficiency. REDCOM’s global customer base includes commercial telecom carriers, private networks, integrators, and government and defense agencies.