Much less complicated, much more useful

Maintenance of heterogeneous networks takes time and money. Our developers are constantly looking for ways to simplify the network operator’s job and reduce complexity. This is something that pays off quickly.

An advanced communications network has a single purpose: To enable its users to communicate at any time and from any place, including access to applications and data. This might sound simple from the user’s perspective, but the real world is significantly more complex for network operators and business customers: As applications and data are shifted to the cloud, changing security guidelines are combining with new regulations to generate expenditures, tie up capital and engender increasing levels of complexity.

Deregulation of the telecommunications market in the European Union, for example, has been accompanied by the growth of a complex maze of new and different standards and custom solutions. As a result, telecom systems tend to consist of a heterogeneous mixture of complex networks and standards assembled over the course of time. This trend is driven especially by new providers, services and divergent business models.

TELES builds a foundation for tomorrow’s services

What network operators need is an infrastructure that supports outstanding services at a high level combined with continuously trouble-free operation. In fact, this is the only way for network operators to remain competitive. In view of this challenge, solutions from TELES are designed to consolidate heterogeneous networks with their multilayered architecture based on a consistent platform.
Customers will have significantly less expense and need to invest less in maintaining different networks or providing training for experts (or even entire IT departments) specialized in a single signaling technology, for example.

A clear benefit for network operators

Integrated services in a uniform communications environment simplify the work process while saving time and money for network operators and users by lowering the cost of maintenance and configuration.
Easy integration of mobile devices or analog phones, centralized administration of IT systems, integrated user interfaces, browser-based system control, workflow optimization via unified communications services and computer telephony integration (CTI) all represent competitive benefits that help network operators to win points with their customers. This is why all of these items are very important to us at TELES.