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Siemens Selects Mediatrix® to Deploy Residential VoIP

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    Siemens Selects Mediatrix® to Deploy Residential VoIP Solution in Switzerland
    Siemens integrates Mediatrix Gateways into its Surpass VoIP solution allowing Swiss-based telecom provider SOLPA to roll out residential IP telephony services

    Boston, USA, VON Fall Show, Booth #926 and Milano, Italy — October 19, 2004

    Mediatrix Telecom, Inc., a leader in Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) access technology, today announced that Siemens Communications selected Mediatrix to deploy its residential VoIP solution in Switzerland. Siemens will use Mediatrix residential gateways in its SURPASS solution for next-generation IP telephony, allowing Swiss telecommunications provider SOLPA to roll out high-quality broadband residential telephony services throughout its local service provider supply chain.
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    Mediatrix residential gateways prove one more time to be an ideal choice for service providers who wish to immediately deploy high-value IP telephony services while allowing their home end-users to simultaneously place phone calls, send/receive faxes and surf the net using one single broadband connection. In addition, Mediatrix residential gateway requires little end-user intervention, as it is auto-configurable, remotely manageable and upgradeable.

    “Mediatrix has been closely working with Siemens over the past years to seamlessly integrate our technologies and products into their solutions”, said Stefano Genoni, Vice President of Sales and Business Development, Europe, Middle East and Africa, for Mediatrix. “This strategic relationship is moving one step up as we are extending our offering to address the VoIP residential market with our breakthrough gateways. Indeed, combined with Siemens leading edge IP-enabled platforms, our VoIP access devices allow Siemens to provide a complete VoIP solution to telecommunications players such as Swiss-based SOLPA.”

    “Mediatrix has been aggressively addressing the booming European VoIP market and this agreement with leading telecommunications partner Siemens represents a key milestone in our geographical expansion strategy”, added Mr. Genoni.

    “At Siemens, our goal is to offer the best next-gen solutions on the market, providing our carrier customers the reliable, innovative networks they need to build new revenue streams”, said Alex Suter, Sales Director for SOLPA at Siemens in Switzerland. “Our long-time partner Mediatrix contributes by offering high-quality gateway products, fitting perfectly into our SURPASS residential VoIP solution, with very attractive features and pricing. SOLPA will be able to offer a full, highly attractive portfolio of VoIP services to the Swiss residential market, allowing them to pursue successfully their ambitious growth plans.”


    “SOLPA has developed a business model in which we work together with broadband ISPs owning an alternative local loop”, said Felix Moser, Head of Products & Projects at SOLPA. “Our offering is white-labelled and enables these companies to market their first line telephony service under their own branding. It also allows them to offer bundled services together with Internet services and TV & VOD services, known as “triple play” ”, added Mr. Moser. “The Mediatrix residential gateway is an essential part of our broadband service and fulfills specific requirements towards voice quality and features, which, combined with remote management and configuration functionality, allow the end users to benefit from a real plug & play solution.”



    About Mediatrix Products
    The Mediatrix product line is developed for telecom equipment vendors building next-generation VoIP network solutions as well as service providers (ILEC, CLEC, MSO, ASP, ISP) and enterprises deploying VoIP solutions. Mediatrix access devices and gateways are standard-based and designed to meet carrier-grade requirements. The products are feature-rich with security and QoS capabilities and interoperate with H.323, SIP, MGCP and NCS protocols and also interface with proprietary features of its strategic partners’ communication management systems including softswitches, gatekeepers, proxy servers and call agents.

    About Mediatrix Telecom, Inc.
    Mediatrix develops and markets advanced VoIP access devices, gateways, routers and value-added software enhancements for the enterprise, SOHO, and residential markets. Its products provide an ideal migration path for end users wishing to protect their current CPE investment (analog/digital phones, fax machines, PBX and Key Systems) while migrating to a converged IP network. Mediatrix products and solutions are widely interoperable and have received commercial endorsement from some of the world’s leading manufacturers of telecommunications equipment as well as from large telecommunication carriers. Mediatrix is a wholly owned entity of Media5 Corporation, a high technology holding company based in in the Montreal area, in Canada. Media5 Corporation also owns M5T, a software provider focused on delivering the latest in SIP software technologies and security solutions to companies developing applications for real-time multimedia communications over IP. Mediatrix has corporate offices in the Montreal area, in Canada and several regional offices in the United States, Europe, Latin America and Asia. For more information, please visit www.mediatrix.com.

    About Siemens Communications

    Siemens Communications is one of the largest players in the global telecommunications industry. Siemens is the only provider in the market that offers its customers a full-range portfolio, from devices for end users to complex network infrastructures for enterprises and carriers as well as related services. Siemens Communications is the world’s innovation leader in convergent technologies, products and services for wireless, fixed and enterprise networks. It is the largest Group within Siemens and operates in more than 160 countries around the world. In fiscal 2003 (year-end September 30), its 60,000-strong workforce posted sales of about 17 billion euros. More about Siemens Communications at http://www.siemens.com/communications

    About SOLPA

    SOLPA AG is a subsidiary of B-COM Holding AG, with its registered office in Zurich. The former company "T-Systems Multilink" now trades as SOLPA AG and has around 100 employees at its sites in Zurich, Berne and Geneva. SOLPA is a reliable business partner for the provision of electronic communication solutions from a single source. The company develops, constructs, operates and maintains electronic communication networks with a high degree of transparency in respect of costs and benefits. SOLPA communication solutions incorporate both mobile communications and voice over IP services. Targeting customers in the business sector with stringent demands for both in-house and external communication services, SOLPA is the ideal partner for companies who depend upon reliable and secure communications.

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    Quelle: www.mediatrix.com
     
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