BTC picks Nortel’s carrier VoIP solution

16 Jul 2008

Bermuda Telephone Company (BTC) has selected Nortel Networks to provide it with carrier VoIP technology to help its subscriber base stay connected to a range of voice, data and multimedia services, regardless of their location. Nortel is deploying its IP multimedia Communication Server (CS) 2000 softswitch to afford BTC subscribers access to fixed mobile convergence capabilities, including the ability to have calls re-routed from their wireless service to their voicemail or landline phone. Commenting on the contract BTC chief executive Francis Massenden said: ‘This new voice solution will allow our customers to coordinate communications among mobile and fixed devices. Having the same set of services on any device makes it easy for our customers to be more productive and collaborate more effectively through personalised multimedia communications.’


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