what’s new?

what’s new?

LinkCall 240 is an out-of-the-box, low-cost, entry-level conferencing solution, suitable for both fixed and mobile networks. It can be used by as many as 240 people simultaneously in up to 40 conferences. …more

The world’s first ‘Viral’ Voice Conferencing System – where participants can join, leave, re-join or involve friends and colleagues in conferences at will – has achieved an immediate success with the award of a multi-million Euro contract from one of Europe’s largest mobile operators. …more

Voting 480 is a new low-cost drop-in solution for smaller networks wishing to capitalise on the growing interest in TV-stimulated votes and competitions. …more

EEscape, 49% owned by BT and the provider of telephone services for a range of high street retail brands, has joined the growing number of European operators exploiting the power, flexibility and cost-saving benefits of a unique Intelligent Network (IN) control solution from Telsis. …more

Text&Voice 120 enables mobile operators to build substantial new income by offering major brands and other organisations a new, simple and effective direct marketing channel. SMS promotions are already very popular, but they don’t reach all potential customers, as some phone users still prefer “calling” to “texting”. However, the space available for a promotion is often too small to include multiple numbers for calls and text messages. …more

Ericsson is to sell the world’s most advanced intelligent SMS Routing system, the Telsis SMS Router, following a ground-breaking global distribution agreement. Under the Global Partner deal, Ericsson is to offer the Telsis platform and a number of core applications via its own direct sales force across more than 140 countries. This is Ericsson’s first move into intelligent SMS distribution, and comes after an extensive evaluation of competing technologies. …more

Jersey Telecom is positioning itself as an offshore mass SMS delivery hub with an order announced for revolutionary SMS routing technology from Telsis. The technology will enable Jersey Telecom to handle very large volumes of SMS traffic. With mobile and fixed network customer levels on the island approaching saturation, the telco aims to build a substantial new additional revenue stream from high-volume SMS ahead of possible privatisation. …more

Vodafone UK Vodafone is to deploy carrier-grade SMS Routers from Telsis at the core of its UK network to intelligently handle text messages sent by Vodafone users. The Telsis technology will enable revenue from mass SMS events such as voting to grow without affecting person-to-person text messaging. For more on this story, click here.

Mobile operators must make fundamental improvements to the speed and reliability of their SMS networks if they are to make the most of the growing demand for people to interact with TV and radio programmes using SMS. That was the uncompromising conclusion to emerge from SMS 2002, a conference held in Amsterdam in November attended by network operators, service providers, programme makers, analysts and consultants from around Europe. Read IIR’s independent review of this conference.

Intelligent SMS Routing enables short messages to be received from any network & delivered to service providers. With a wide variety of revenue-generating content, services can be promoted using a single number, regardless of network. For more information on this innovative service, click here.

LinkCall is an easy-to-use, on-demand mobile voice chat service for family and friends or business. Easily connected to an operator’s existing network, the system offers real service differentiation, stimulating more voice calls and generating revenue fast. T-Mobile UK has already introduced LinkCall as a new mass-market service known as Group Call.

Our Mobile Magic section features many other innovative business, entertainment and lifestyle services for mobile networks. Our range of intuitive, high-quality audio, communication and messaging services can deliver new revenue streams, improved network utilisation, increased customer loyalty and competitive edge to mobile operators.

Our products section features in-depth descriptions of all our service node components. Complementing our Ocean fastSSP (Service Switching Point) Standard Switch, which is in service with leading fixed and mobile operators, are the fastSSP Compact Switch and Extended Switch, all members of the Ocean fastSSP family of switches which are low cost, non-blocking, carrier grade and fully programmable.

The product pages also include updates on the Ocean fastSCP (Service Control Point), fastSCE (Service Creation Environment), fastIP (Intelligent Peripheral) and Ocean fastTC (Transaction Converter).

If you wish to request any further information on Telsis products found on these pages or would like one of our representatives to call you to discuss your requirements, please go to our ‘contact us’ page, where you will find details of all our international office locations. Alternatively, click on the feedback form to email us.