LogicaCMG and Cisco Shows Significant Growth in Next Generation IP-enabled Messaging Networks

Monday 22 March 2004 08:52 CET | News

LogicaCMG and Cisco Systems have announced significant growth in IP-enabled messaging networks as demonstrated by a number of mobileoperators deploying an all-IP Next Generation Messaging architecture.

Six new contracts in the last six months have underlined the increasing acceptance by mobile operators of LogicaCMGs Next Generation Messaging architecture, which is based on the Cisco IP Transfer Point (ITP). Mobile operators including Globe Telecom, TA Orange, Dobson Communications and STC Saudi have deployed new all-IP Next Generation Messaging architecture from LogicaCMG and Cisco. It is designed to help carriers achieve their strategic goals to improve messaging margins and reduce complexity of the network while allowing maximum flexibility to introduce new advanced messaging and browsing services. It also allows messaging services to utilise IP and gain access to existing SS7 Networks based on the Cisco ITP. The LogicaCMG Next Generation Messaging solution consists of an integrated, open standards-based framework for messaging and browsing services. These include Short Message Service (SMS), Multi-Media Messaging Service (MMS), voicemail, videomail and instant messaging. The architecture further utilises multiple common components such as messaging and voice access gateways, central management, provisioning, transcoding and storage, as well as distributed message delivery and intelligent charging.

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