InteliCloud 360: the iPhone for network providers

InteliCloud 360: the iPhone for network providers

March 20, 2017

Network equipment provider InteliCloud launched its first product this week, which it is billing as the iPhone for network providers.

“What the iPhone did for mobile telecommunications, InteliCloud 360 is designed to do for the network,” said Ken Hubbard, president and CEO of Intelicloud.

The InteliCloud 360 integrates off-the-shelf components with proprietary hardware and software into a single chassis, reducing energy consumption and space requirements by up to 60%.

This simplifies the operation, scalability and agility of the network, enabling it to carry voice, video, data and Web 2.0 services on a converged Ethernet-based infrastructure.

The device supports multiple critical services and applications from a single hardware platform.

It can easily be plugged in to existing networks, or be used to replace older networks.

Software costs are reduced because it has no need for additional management software.

“We believe InteliCloud has designed true next-generation network equipment that ISPs want – installation and management simplicity coupled with unprecedented performance and cost savings,” Hubbard said.

Tim Yeo

Related Posts

Humber Lifeboat digs trench and installs own broadband

Comments Off on Humber Lifeboat digs trench and installs own broadband

5% growth in Europe’s internet audience

Comments Off on 5% growth in Europe’s internet audience

TextMagic releases Bulk SMS Gateway API

Comments Off on TextMagic releases Bulk SMS Gateway API

UMA and Femtocell = VHS and Betamax?

Comments Off on UMA and Femtocell = VHS and Betamax?

Telephonetics VIP partners Lagan on government call technology

Comments Off on Telephonetics VIP partners Lagan on government call technology

Orange launches M6 Mobile

Comments Off on Orange launches M6 Mobile

T-Mobile outsources customer care to Philippines

Comments Off on T-Mobile outsources customer care to Philippines

WiMAX could be launched in Taiwan as early as June

Comments Off on WiMAX could be launched in Taiwan as early as June

BBC to consider changing compression used for iPlayer service

Comments Off on BBC to consider changing compression used for iPlayer service

Asustek to release 3G Qualcomm based handsets

Comments Off on Asustek to release 3G Qualcomm based handsets

Cheaper Tier 1 Carriers

Comments Off on Cheaper Tier 1 Carriers

Inuk and C&W partner for IPTV service

Comments Off on Inuk and C&W partner for IPTV service

Create Account



Log In Your Account