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October 28, 2010

du expands fixed network with GENBAND’s IP Switching offerings

Voice and multimedia offerings for telecom market

By CBR Staff Writer

du, a UAE based integrated telecom service provider, has expanded its fixed network with GENBAND’s IP Switching offerings, to provide Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) communications.

The company said that the SIP communications is used for offering access to multimedia communication sessions to residential and business subscribers across the UAE.

GENBAND said its media gateways and C20 Converged Softswitch in a geo-survivable configuration gives subscribers in the UAE disaster recovery protection, and advanced IP services.

Through this collaboration, du will evolve its network to IP by consolidating all of their Class 5 traffic onto one platform, while at the same time providing consumer and business voice and multimedia offerings for its growing telecom market.

du network development senior vice president Hatem Bamatraf said the company has experienced positive growth and established itelf as the operator of choice for business and residential customers and this partnership will enable them to deliver advanced telecom services across the UAE.

"GENBAND’s innovative IP offerings and technical expertise have enabled us to expand our network in a seamless manner, improving our competitive advantage and we are eager to transform the communication experience of our customers," Bamatraf said.

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