HP (NYSE:HPQ)(Nasdaq:HPQ) today unveiled products that will help the world’s telecommunications providers evolve to the all-digital networks that are needed to offer blended voice, data and multimedia services across wireless, wireline and broadband networks.
In the software arena, HP introduced a powerful media server, the HP OpenCall Media Platform Media Resource Function (MRF), that provides a foundation for advanced multimedia and interactive services in emerging Internet Protocol Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) networks.
In the operations support system (OSS) market, HP announced that Umniah, a new, fast-growing mobile operator in Jordan, is using HP Integrated Service Management and HP OpenView products to streamline service activation and subscriber provisioning.
“With both IT and telecom expertise, HP is in a unique position to help our customers evolve their legacy networks toward IP-based technologies,” said Marc Rotthier, vice president, Network and Service Provider Business — EMEA, HP. “Few if any companies can match HP’s array of software, service-oriented architectures, carrier-grade platforms, end-user devices, partners and global integration services.”