Telecom Egypt goes live with Ascade routing solution
TELECOMS| Feb. 23, 2012, 10:49 a.m.
Ascade has announced that its flagship routing solution has been successfully implemented at Telecom Egypt.
Telecom Egypt, the state-owned incumbent fixed line operator in Egypt, offers retail and wholesale voice and data services and is widely recognized as one of the most advanced operators in Africa and the Middle East. Telecom Egypt also owns a 45% stake in mobile operator Vodafone Egypt.
As part of the project AscadeRoute, AscadeActivate, and AscadeAssure have been implemented and integrated with a variety of third party solutions. This allows Telecom Egypt to automate and optimize the international voice traffic management including the analysis of the supplier Carrier offers, optimal routing selection and implementation of the routing choices in the network (Network Provisioning).
Ascade has teamed up with Giza Systems, a leading systems integrator in the Middle East, to combine its advanced interconnect software solution with comprehensive local integration and support capabilities.
Telecom Egypt commented. "It is our expectation that the Ascade solution will enable us to further enhance our international voice business."
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