Cataleya Private Limited, an enabler in Voice over IP switching and analytics and IPTP Networks, a global hosting provider, have come together to drive international voice and messaging industry with the expansion of its Global Orchid Cloud Fabric to 71 Data Centers in over 30 countries.
Not only will Cataleya provide the SBC/class 4 switching, BSS and A2P functions within each node, it will also support tailored hosting and IP connectivity which is delivered and operated by IPTP’s redundant and high availability network of hosting centres, and therefore represents a fully functional one-stop-shop deployment.
“Around 10 years ago transport network infrastructure saw managed “Virtual Points of Presence” services start replacing operator-owned network nodes overseas, as the perceived value of network ownership came into question. Outsourcing international interconnect hubs proved to be a very logical and sound commercial option, as the complexity and cost outweighed any benefit of ownership and operation. And now the time has come to virtualize of higher layers of services and applications such as voice and messaging” says Andreas Hipp, CEO Cataleya.
“This represents an entirely new way of deploying global infrastructure, giving telecom operators the efficiency and agility they crave to better compete and innovate and we are proud to partner with Cataleya to support their hosting and network requirements, enabling them to offer this revolutionary approach to deploy global network functions,” says Vladimir Kangin, CEO IPTP.
Besides having expanded our global core node network to better meet customers’ regional needs, this to reduce media latency and offer additional geo-redundancy, Cataleya’s hosted global services can now also meet GDPR requirements in Europe, as well as other regulatory guidelines in countries where data or CDR processing must remain local.
The difference between Cataleya-IPTP and potential other solutions is the expertise of the team in building and running global networks and Platforms as a Service for many years, understanding uptime and Service Level Agreements, adds Andreas Hipp.