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27 May 2010
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eServGlobal’s Universal Service Platform (USP) Belongs to Oracle [23170]
To Accelerate Shift from Network-based to IT-based Pre-paid Systems

Oracle and eServGlobal have entered into a definitive agreement under which Oracle will purchase ownership of eServGlobal's USP assets, which includes a pre-paid charging application, a network-services platform, and a messaging gateway, currently supporting more than 25 tier-one customers. With this purchase, which is planned to close in the second half of 2010, Oracle intends to combine its communications billing and revenue management solutions and the USP applications to provide a convergent, open IT-based platform.
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19 May 2010
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New Netra Blade Server for Telecoms [23151]
Oracle Announces NEBS-compliant Sun Netra 6000 System

Telecom customers looking for a cost-efficient service delivery platform for value-added networks, media services delivery, and for Operations and Business Support Systems (OSS/BSS) now have the option of the Sun Netra 6000. Just launched by Oracle, the Sun Netra 6000 adds carrier-grade qualities such as Network Equipment Building System (NEBS) certification, which helps reduce cost and risk and improve time to market, and extended lifecycle support.
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13 Oct 2009
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Sun GlassFish Communications Server 2.0 [22466]
SIP Session Replication, Rolling Upgrade and 64-bit JVM Support

Key new features in the Sun GlassFish Communications Server 2.0 include SIP session replication, rolling upgrade and Diameter support. The open source telco-grade application server expands platform support to include AIX 6.1 with IBM JDK 6 in this release. Based on the latest version of the Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server 2.1.1, Communications Server 2.0 offers a scalable, standards-based platform aimed at simplifying development of value-added applications and services such as: VoIP, IPTV, virtual PBX, and fixed mobile convergence.
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02 Sep 2009
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Sun Java Content Delivery Server Challenges Qualcomm's Brew [22212]
Exposed APIs Allow for Network Capability Enhancements

New high-value content services are hitting the market in order to bring down infrastructure costs and allow mobile operators and service providers to compete with low-cost competitors. The challenge is in managing these services. Content delivery systems can help manage the complex content services lifecycle, from submission right through to billing, contends Darrell Jordan-Smith, Sun VP of NEP/OEM in the Sales & Industry Group, who shares that the Sun Java Content Delivery Server is rivaling Qualcomm's Brew.
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30 Jul 2009
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Flexible, Cost-Effective SOA with Sun GlassFish Enterprise Service Bus & Enterprise Server [22056]
Increased Development Cycles up to 50%, Decreased TCO by about 50% for One Telecom

The Netherland’s third largest provider of fixed-telephony services, Pretium Telecom, wanted to simplify its service-oriented architecture (SOA), to speed up the development of a new VoIP offering and to minimize costs. After evaluating possible solutions from Sun, Apache and JBoss, Pretium Telecom and its IT vendor Yenlo concluded that replacing the current SOA Suite with Sun GlassFish Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server could provide the required functionality in a smaller, more agile, open-standards–based framework.
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09 Jul 2009
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Get Acquainted with Sun's NEP/OEM Sales & Industry Group [21924]
Two Divisions Identify Purpose, Present Goals

In an attempt to let customers and partners know more about Sun's Network Equipment Provider (NEP)/Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Sales & Industry Group, its vice president, Darrell Jordan-Smith, has invited some of the group's team members to introduce themselves and their respective divisions. The LifeCycle Solutions Group led by Kevin Palmer and the Industry Solutions Sales Group led by Don Bunker have each taken a turn and the information is posted on Jordan-Smith's blog.
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