World VoIP NewsNext generation VoIP technology from ADTRAN is selected by CTS Telecom
Next generation VoIP technology from ADTRAN is selected by CTS Telecom
Enterprise ADTRAN, being the pioneer of next-generation networking and telecommunications solutions, has officially informed media, that enterprise CTS Telecom, an Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier (ILEC) as well as Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) operating in area of southwestern Michigan, has chosen the industry's most innovative and rapidly growing access platform ‘’Total Access 500’’, for a mere total network upgrade
The upgrade will enable CTS to meet all these higher-speed data demands and requirements, evolve the network to support VoIP to its new softswitch. ADTRAN will also deliver the basic technology for a major fiber roll-out sponsored in part by a Broadband Stimulus award. As a tangible outcome of this project, CTS customers will have full access to triple-node services such as quality HD channels and Video on Demand (VOD) across their broadband connection. Business clientele will be serviced by means of Acive Ethernet providing tailored service and ensuring not only high bandwidth, but minimal time delays and excellent level reliability. With the common demand to offer a variety of services in the same regions and areas, CTS' capabilities to ensure full faceted services from the same platform was a general operational advantage. CTS will now be able to roll out services quickly and begin generating revenue in a fast way. It also nearly eliminate extra efforts for staff training and maintenance of the network. "We needed to upgrade the legacy DLCs in our ILEC territories and replace line units in conjunction with the softswitch migration at our CLEC. The Total Access 5000 was the perfect solution for both applications," said Chad Colliver,�project manager, CTS Telecom. "This platform provides the flexibility and scalability we needed to increase the efficiency of our network, provide faster DSL services to our customers, all while positioning us for future growth with next-generation services." "Service providers, like CTS Telecom, are benefiting from ADTRAN's ability to support an unprecedented combination of next-generation and standard applications from a single platform. This network upgrade will allow CTS to add Fiber-to-the-Premises (FTTP), Carrier Ethernet, and other advanced services by simply adding modules to installed systems," said P. Steven Locke, vice president of sales, service providers, ADTRAN Carrier Networks Division. "Service provider customers, like CTS Telecom, understand that as their network demands evolve, the Total Access 5000's scalability and flexibility will enable them to adapt quickly to rapid changes in capacity demands."
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