Sigma Systems Releases Tools for VoIP Services

By Carol Ellison  |  Posted 2004-02-04 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Sigma Systems, a provider of service management solutions for broadband operators, released its Sigma Voice Service Management Suite 2.3 this week.

Toronto, Canada - Sigma Systems, a provider of service management solutions for broadband operators, released its Sigma Voice Service Management Suite, 2.3, this week.

"The Voice Service Management Suite and its ongoing product enhancements stem from our extensive hands- on telephony deployment experience, and direct input from our customers - major international cable operators," said Tim Spencer, President and COO, Sigma Systems.

"As the global leader in cable broadband service management, our solutions help operators automate operations and rapidly deploy voice services, while capitalizing on their significant infrastructure investments. Our deep customer relationships, as well as standards bodies like the IETF, PacketCable(tm) and IPCableCom(tm) will continue to play significant roles in the solution's ongoing evolution," Spencer said.

The Voice Service Management Suite empowers cable operators to cost-effectively create, configure and automatically provision VoIP services to their customer base, increasingly dependant on broadband services. Built on the Sigma Service Management Platform, it was designed to reduce deployment risks as it is configured, integrated and tested with leading equipment manufacturers, and proven by numerous deployments at tier-one cable operators.

 
 
 
 
Carol Ellison is editor of eWEEK.com's Mobile & Wireless Topic Center. She has authored whitepapers on wireless computing (two on network security–,Securing Wi-Fi Wireless Networks with Today's Technologies, Wi-Fi Protected Access: Strong, Standards-based Interoperable Security for Today's Wi-Fi Networks, and Wi-Fi Public Access: Enabling the future with public wireless networks.

Ms. Ellison served in senior and executive editorial positions for Ziff Davis Media and CMP Media. As an executive editor at Ziff Davis Media, she launched the networking track of The IT Insider Series, a newsletter/conference/Web site offering targeted to chief information officers and corporate directors of information technology. As senior editor at CMP Media's VARBusiness, she launched the Web site, VARBusiness University, an online professional resource center for value-added resellers of information technology.

Ms. Ellison has chaired numerous industry panels and has been quoted as a networking and educational technology expert in The New York Times, Newsday, The Los Angeles Times and The Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio's All Things Considered, CNN Headline News, WNBC and CNN/FN, as well as local and regional Comcast and Cablevision reports. Her articles have appeared in most major hi-tech publications and numerous newspapers and magazines, including The Washington Post and The Christian Science Monitor.
 
 
 
 
 
























 
 
 
 
 
 

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