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Tata Completes GSMA IP EXchange Trials February 6, 2009

Posted by aikservices in Asia, GSM, India, Tata Communications, Telekom Austria, Telus.
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India’s Tata Communications says that it has successfully completed trials of its wireless IP interconnection technology, part of the international GSM Association’s program to develop the next generation of wireless services. Tata Communications’ trials were part of the GSMA’s IP eXchange (IPX).Pre-Commercial Implementation Project, which is verifying the design and operation of IPX networks through a series of trials designed to validate technical and commercial specifications.Once adopted, IPX will act as a private global IP backbone, open to any telecommunications company adhering to the required standards. IPX will provide fixed and mobile service providers with a technical and commercial platform for the performance-based exchange of IP-based services.

Tata Communications’ participation and completion of the GSMA’s IPX trial is key to our strategy of delivering innovative voice solutions to our customers worldwide,” said Michel Guyot, President, Global Voice Solutions for Tata Communications. Our company is committed to working with the IPIA (IP Internetworking Alliance) to promote and support the launch of IPX services and is planning to launch its own IPX rich, integrated offering to service providers – like TELUS and Telekom Austria – delivered over next-generation network architecture. We truly believe the IPX model will have a very significant impact on the industry.

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