Squire Technologies Deploys STM1 Media Gateway for Nextrac Communications PTE Ltd

Squire Technologies, the signalling specialists to the telecommunications industry, are pleased to announce that they have successfully deployed a Media Gateway for Nextrac Telecommunications PTE Ltd. Nextrac, who are one of the region's leading Wholesale VoIP providers, were seeking a solution in order to allow traffic to and from Bangladesh, which needed to interconnect with the government based BTCL over SS7 using an STM1 interface.

Nextrac needed a telecommunication solution which would maintain their overall business ethos of high availability carrier grade services. They recognised that they would need a dual redundant system which would provide transcoding capabilities and in built Media Gateway Controller and Softswitch functionality.

Nextrac's Managing Director, Ashraful Alam, noted the importance of scalability when selecting the Squire Technology Media Gateway, "When searching for our interconnect solution, we recognised the Squire brand and sought to discover more about what their product could achieve. Being able to start with a single STM1 interface and upgrade to 10 STM1s or more was the critical factor in our selection process."

Squire's Sales Director, Sanjeev Verma, highlighted that the Nextrac solution displayed many of Squire's strengths, "While we're delighted to be part of the growth in the Asia-Pacific region, we're particularly pleased about the Nextrac deployment as it reflects Squire's ability to provide high quality carrier grade solutions in a cost effective manner.

About Squire Technologies

Squire Technologies is a leading global provider of NGN, TDM and IP telecommunications products and solutions with world class installation and support services. Squire enables telecommunications companies who have previously been restricted to legacy SS7 and ISDN platforms to access VoIP networks, as well as providing signalling transfer points and protocol converters to further extend their customers' network reach.

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