SANGOMA TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION
TSX VENTURE : STC
February 24, 2009 09:01 ET
Advanced Set of Mobile SS7 Applications to Run on Sangoma Hardware Through Sangoma's MTP2 API
Mobile SS7 Stacks, Cell Broadcasting, SMS, Subscriber Information, USSD Gateways, All Part of Joint Sangoma and Leib ICT Offering
MARKHAM, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Feb. 24, 2009) - Sangoma Technologies Corporation (TSX VENTURE:STC) announced today that an advanced set of Mobile SS7 applications are now available. Customers who require SS7 applications like Camel, SMS, USSD, and location-based services now have a cost-effective, performance-based solution.
Developed on top of Sangoma's mtpBoost MTP2 API, in conjunction with strategic partner Leib ICT, an Empowered by Sangoma partner, the gateway product range includes:
- CellBroadcaster, a product that sends SMS text or binary message to all mobile terminals connected to a single cell or a set of cells;
- USSD-Sgateway, a UMTS/GSM Service that allows interactive communication between subscribers and applications across a UMTS/GSM network;
- SMPP-MTGateway, a protocol converter that allows a high speed mobile terminated traffic to be successfully delivered without using SMSC resources, while reducing cost and maintenance of multiple information systems;
- SubscriberInformationGW, which reveals if the phone is in use and the subscriber's global position at any time based on serving cell information.
"Now custom solutions for creating new value added services can be built directly by mobile operators," said Nenad Corbic, Sangoma's chief software engineer. "Application needs are getting more and more specialized, so the sort of advanced function set is key for meeting customer demand."
"The MTP2 API enabled us to integrate the Sangoma's hardware line with our SS7 protocols stacks and applications," said Alejandro Leib, CEO of Leib ICT.
"After ten years of working on operator's switches and integration platforms, most of the problems with E1/TDM deployments are noise on the signalling channels, clock problems, and a lot of hardware/layer1 issues. With Sangoma A-series cards, we have yet to find one single occurrence of these problems."
Mobile SS7 Stacks, including MAP, CAP, TCAP, SCCP, MTP3, M3UA, are also now available for creating custom solutions for new value added services direct to mobile operators.
In addition, mtpBoost, Sangoma's MTP2 API, announced this past June, is now included in the Wanpipe Suite of Advanced Diagnostics, Drivers, and Utilities that is included for free with every Sangoma card purchase.
To learn more visit the Sangoma website, or visit Sangoma today at Booth #826 at ExpoComm, Mexico.
About Sangoma Technologies Corporation
Sangoma is the premium provider of software-centric media and signal processing hardware. The company develops and manufactures the most scalable and reliable voice and Wide Area Network data cards in the industry, including the award-winning Advanced Flexible Telecommunications (AFT) product line. By offering the building blocks for all processing in any architecture, Sangoma gateways are tightly integrated and easily scalable. The result is a comprehensive toolset for creating cost-effective, powerful, and flexible solutions.
Founded in 1984, Sangoma Technologies Corporation is publicly traded on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX VENTURE:STC). Additional information on Sangoma can be found at: www.sangoma.com.
About Leib ICT
Leib is a family company with wide experience in telecommunications software engineering. In 2006, Leib ICT began with a highly motivated group of professionals focused on making things work. With a customer-driven philosophy, Leib is committed to providing high performance, stable and modifiable cost-effective systems, using proven subsystems that clearly demonstrate the quality of the components. Leib's development team is composed of talented and motivated professionals, who continuously search for ways to improve existing solutions. The company understands the importance of time in the development process, which is why it sells products with completed components, instead of virtual proposals and presentations.
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