TTI Telecom receives $1.5-million order from U.S. system integrator
NOVEMBER 21, 2007 -- Israeli-based TTI Telecom has received an order from a U.S.-based system integrator for the expansion and upgrade of a public authority's fiber network in a major U.S. metropolitan area.
NOVEMBER 21, 2007 -- Operations Support Systems (OSS) provider TTI Team Telecom International Ltd. (TTI Telecom) says it has received an order from a U.S.-based system integrator for the expansion and upgrade of a public authority's fiber network in a major U.S. metropolitan area. Hardware and software for this deployment, valued at approximately $1.5 million, will be delivered over the next six to twelve months, based on the implementation of the broader network, say TTI Telecom representatives.
According to the company, its multi-vendor, multi-technology NETRAC suite of products was selected to help incorporate DWDM into an existing fiber network that uses ATM, SONET, and IP technologies. NETRAC will manage the DWDM within this new network, enabling more efficient SONET and Ethernet routing and reducing trouble resolution time by accessing a centralized Network Management System.
"TTI has once again proven its ability to work smoothly and effectively with multiple vendors, technologies, and protocols, and their ability to meet our needs for this important installation is another example of their strength in this regard," contends David Costello, STS project director. "We look forward to working with TTI's very capable, very professional team in the coming months as this project takes shape."
"We are extremely pleased to have been selected by this integrator for such a significant project," adds Meir Lipshes, chairman and CEO of TTI Telecom. "That we were selected for this network expansion speaks to the quality of our solutions and the many advantages that they carry. We believe in the strength and value that our technology brings and are confident in our ability to capitalize on future opportunities as communications networks continue to evolve and their complexity continues to increase."