Telecom International moves on mobile IP exchange

Mobile industry is turning to IP, says Sybase

Sybase 365, a subsidiary of database company Sybase, announced at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today that Telecom New Zealand International is an early adopter of its IPX 365 IP eXchange services.

“Expanding our partnership with Sybase to include signalling as part of the IPX product suite in addition to our joint IPX voice service was a natural next step,” says Anthony Briscoe, general manager for Telecom NZ International in a statement.

He says the partnership offers operators high quality data and voice services via IP, including data roaming, messaging hubs, IPX voice, and signalling.

The mobile industry is turning to IP as its preferred technology and demand has grown for private IP networks, Sybase says. The IPX 365 platform allows operators to connect to one secure MPLS network to manage their business operations.

Sybase, from almost being down and out just a couple of years ago, has turned itself around, reporting its best ever results in the quarter ended December 31, 2009. Quarterly revenue was US$331.7 million and annual revenue was $1.17 billion.

It recently acquired the assets of complex events processing software vendor Aleri to boost its real-time analytics business.

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