Max Telecom Launches Comverse’s Voice Solution
by Alan Harten
June 9, 2008
Comverse, supplier of software and systems enabling network-based multimedia enhanced communication and billing services, has announced that Max Telecom, a new telecom operator in Bulgaria, has launched voice and data services for residential and corporate subscribers over its WiMAX infrastructure using the Comverse MyCall® Converged Communications, IPCentrex™ and business trunking solutions.
MyCall Converged Communications delivers a complete, pre-integrated, IP-based telephony solution that improves time to market, reduces operational costs and easily scales up to meet high-capacity requirements.
Primary line capabilities and a range of embedded value-added applications enable service providers to create a more competitive and profitable portfolio of services.
MyCall Converged Communications is based on a future-proof, IMS architecture and operates on Comverse’s market leading Class 5 Application Server.
It can be fully integrated with the complete Comverse portfolio of billing and value-added services solutions.
Max Telecom Details
Max Telecom is a new generation telecommunication operator, deploying nation-wide network moving towards mobile WiMAX technology.
Max Telecom provides full range of fast, high quality, reliable telecommunication products and services, mobile or fixed – Internet access, VPNs, Voice services, video and IPTV.
Comverse is a provider of software and systems enabling network-based messaging and content value-added services, prepaid, postpaid and converged billing and IP communications.
Comverse solutions are used by over 500 communication service providers in more than 130 countries. Comverse is a subsidiary of Comverse Technology, Inc.
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