Wednesday, March 9, 2005

Arcor Replaces IN with Alcatel OSP

Arcor, the second largest fixed-line telecommunications provider in Germany, will replace its existing IN (Intelligent Network) platform with Alcatel's next generation service delivery platform. The contract covers the deployment of the Alcatel 8690 Open Services Platform (OSP) with the 8690 External Statistic Server to support current IN services and future service introductions. The platform is part of Alcatel's Open Path to Enhanced Networking (OPEN) portfolio.

The new IN platform will enable Arcor to launch a set of new and attractive service packages for both the consumer and SME markets including products such as multimedia or pre-paid services. Arcor provides residential customers with voice services and Internet access via DSL. Arcor offers its business customers a broad range of voice and data services such as teleconferencing, flexible bandwidth for Internet access, e-mail services and VPNs. In addition, Arcor has plans to provide residential customers with triple-play services and SME's with a full range of managed communications services in the future.


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