“The Mobile World Congress is the ideal environment to showcase our product portfolio,” Abdul Mannan, Director Presales at ECT believes. “We are migration experts, helping network operators to reduce OPEX and manage the transition to IMS and VoLTE smoothly. We are also continuously developing our Service Delivery Platform (SDP), for instance, to include not only virtualization via VMware but also full NFV support based on OpenStack. Moreover, we have state-of-the-art service applications that make it easy for you to migrate essential business services to next-generation networks. In addition, our success in implementing our WebRTC solutions with several leading European carriers is a great testimony of our innovation leadership.”
A Long Proven Track Record Of Migrating Legacy Services
As migration specialists, ECT will show operators how it has on many occasions migrated end-of-life/end-of-service platforms to the INtellECT® Application Server and Media Resource Function (MRF). ECT has a long proven track record of migrating legacy services for leading carriers e.g. from Alcatel-Lucent, Nokia, Cisco, Ericsson, Broadsoft, GAIN, Telsis etc.
Within the framework of such a migration, ECT allows operators to offer a lot of added value: All ECT service applications include video and multimedia via WebRTC, encompassing Interactive Visual Response, video ring back, video on-hold, video queuing, video recording and video conferencing. Migrating to ECT enables operators to give customers the features they were previously using in their legacy services as well as new functionalities and services available worldwide via WebRTC.
ECT has state-of-the art complete service applications such as effECTive® Network-Based Contact Centres, NTS, Televoting, Interactive Voice and Visual Response as well as INtellECT® Virtual PBX, Virtual Private Networks, Mobile Exchange Service, Number Portability, Access Screening and Carrier Routing.
To learn more, please contact us or visit us at the MWC 2017
Hall 8.1, Stand 8.1|59 (Bayern International).