(PRWEB) December 14, 2003
Boulder, CO- Aztek Engineering's V5 protocol stack, which was first deployed while the ETSI V5 Standard was being finalized in 1995, has continued its expansion of capabilities, standards compliance, market adaptations, and proven market interoperability.
Recently added capabilities include optimizations for large-scale (more than 30k subscriber ports), fault tolerant configurations; Non-service affecting Software Upgrade, PSTN relay function for Voice Gateways supporting VoATM; and integration with cPCI products.
Standards compliance has been maintained with the addition of ETSI V5 2nd Edition compatibility: ETS 300 324-1 V2.1.1 (2000-04) and ETS 300 347-1 V2.2.2 (1999-12). The 2nd Edition conformance has been proved by the successful completion of the ETSI ATS: ETS 300 324-4 Version 04, Date 09.2000 and ETS 300 347-4 Version 05, Date 12.2000.
AV5 has been enhanced with market adaptations in the past three years for Korea, Spain, China, and Germany.
Market Interoperability has expanded with successful testing in more than 30 countries including:
Australia Brazil Brunei China Denmark Czech Republic Egypt France Germany Guatemala Hong Kong India Indonesia Italy Japan Korea Lebanon Malaysia Mexico Netherlands Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore South Africa Spain Sweden Taiwan Turkey Venezuela
With the following Local Exchange switch types:
Ericsson AXE-10 (2nd Edition)
LGIC TDX 10A
Nokia DX 200,5000
Nortel DMS 100/200
AV5 continues to be the dominant protocol stack for V5 voice signaling with more than 25 licenses to telecom equipment manufacturers of Access Network products for wireline, fixed-wireless, and optical applications.
1 The following information is based on information reported by our customers.