As Cisco’s PGW and ITP Reach End of Life, Operators can Confidently Invest for the Future with Squire Technologies’ SS7 Signalling Products

End of life for key PGW and ITP products presents a significant challenge to operators, raising concerns for future operations and investment protection. Squire Technologies provides the perfect replacement for the Cisco PGW and ITP, the SVI SS7 Signalling range, which enables operators to interconnect VoIP, SS7 PSTN, NGN IP and IMS networks.

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Squire Technologies Ltd

Squire Technologies Ltd

We offer a ready-made solution in the form of our SVI MGC , SG and STP products. These can be deployed with third party platforms, ensuring service continuity and that operators can invest confidently in their networks.

Dorchester, UK (PRWEB) February 25, 2014

Squire Technologies, signalling specialists to the telecoms industry, today reaffirmed its commitment to continue investment and support of its successful range of SS7 Signalling products including the SVI Media Gateway Controller (MGC), SVI Signalling Gateway (SG) and SVI STP solutions.

Many operators that have invested in third party hardware and software to power their VoIP and NGN networks are becoming increasingly challenged by end of life (EoL) announcements from industry vendors, most notably Cisco.

This threatens investments and poses a challenge to operations. Squire Technologies, a leading independent vendor of VoIP, SS7 and NGN solutions provides a solution, as it is committed to maintaining investment and support of its SS7 Signalling range, which is deployed in more than 100 countries around the world.

“In today’s economic climate, it’s essential that operators obtain the best return from their investments. If their primary platforms are discontinued, this presents a significant threat to their network and financial planning,” commented Simon Dinnage, Business Development Director of Squire Technologies. “We offer a ready-made solution in the form of our SVI MGC , SG and STP products. These can be deployed with third party platforms, ensuring service continuity and that operators can invest confidently in their networks.”

Seen as the perfect replacement for the Cisco PGW and ITP, the SVI SS7 Signalling range enables clients to interface their VoIP networks to SS7 PSTN, NGN IP and IMS networks, allowing the rapid launch of VoIP services while extending the life of legacy Media Gateway solutions from a range of 3rd Party providers.

“Our commitment to continue to invest in our solutions and extend their capabilities means that our customers obtain a future-proof solution that can evolve with their needs,” added Mr Dinnage. “We offer a roadmap for the future that enables operators to reuse assets and plan their network and product strategies, based on solutions that are here to stay.”

Squire Technologies’ strategy is built on the gradual evolution of its core product line, alongside the introduction of new solutions. This means that new features can be requested by customers and rapidly implemented to suit changing circumstances. Legacy vendors can rarely match this unrivalled flexibility, while EoL notifications mean that future enhancements are uncertain. Squire Technologies removes the uncertainty surrounding investments and provides a stable partnership for future growth.

Please contact Squire Technologies for more details.

About Squire Technologies:

Squire Technologies is a leading global provider of NGN, TDM and IP telecommunications products and solutions with world-class installation and support services. Squire enables telecommunications companies who have previously been restricted to legacy SS7 and ISDN platforms to access VoIP and IMS networks, as well as providing signalling transfer points and protocol converters to further extend their customers’ network reach.

PR Contacts:

Simon Dinnage
Business Development Director
+44 (0) 1305 757314
marketing(at)squire-technologies(dot)com

Source: Cisco, End-of-Sale and End-of-Life Announcement for the Cisco PGW 2200 Softswitch and Software, July 29, 2011


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