New York, NY (PRWEB) September 13, 2007
Friendly Technologies, a pioneer in the development of easy-to-use customer software for xSPs and Telcos, announced the release of a new version of its TR-69 Server. Designed for the residential ADSL market, Friendly's cutting-edge solution enables auto-provisioning as well as ongoing remote management of subscribers' devices (routers, set-top boxes, media centers, etc.) - even when users' PCs are offline.
The FriendlyTR-69 ACS Server simplifies the deployment of broadband connectivity and services - including IPTV and VoIP. Enabling the expanded utilization of home networks, the solution decreases the number of calls made to Carrier and xSP Help Desks, increasing profits while assuring significant savings.
According to Elan Migdal, Friendly Technologies' CEO, "Following the widespread adoption of the TR-069 standard, Friendly has taken the standard one step further -- making it exceptionally easy to deploy and use."
Supporting all TR-069 specifications, the software updates firmware and settings and includes an API to external systems, allowing easy integration with existing OSS and CRM systems.
Available in three versions -- Telco, Stand-Alone and Lab -- it provides the best cost/performance ratio on the market. Specially designed to meet the needs of growing companies, the Stand-Alone version can be easily upgraded to the full Telco Edition.
For more information on the TR-69 ACS, please visit Friendly's website.
Friendly has been supplying Carriers and xSPs with solutions for non-technical users since 1997, and has over 200 customers worldwide. Focusing on the areas of Home Networking and the Digital Home, the company develops automatic installation and maintenance solutions that enable the seamless delivery of broadband services and the support of triple play devices, while lowering per-subscriber costs and raising per-subscriber profits. Friendly has also established a global reputation for its popular PPPoE Clients (MS-Certified) and Automatic Self-Support Solutions (Web-based and Client-based).