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Connections


It's all about connections.

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Connections


It's all about connections.

 

Automating the connection.

Telepath Networks was created to address the problem of rising operational expenses of the world’s telecommunications service providers.  Although the telecommunications infrastructure has largely been automated, the provisioning of telecommunications service, a change in service, or the testing and maintenance of service still involves a person physically going to the unattended central office as well as every outside plant cabinet (i.e. the switching equipment located outside the central office) to find and manually connect a pair of wires. There are estimated to be over three billion wired connections in place worldwide. These manual processes cost the telecommunications industry billions of dollars annually.

To be the leader of this new automation market, Telepath realized that an Automated Distribution Frame would have to be developed that would not only automate the physical connections of copper and fiber, but would also automate the entire provisioning of the new enhanced services now being offered by the service providers. This meant that the system had to have a software core that could communicate with the next generation Internet protocol networks that were being implemented by the service providers.

The foundation of the Next Generation Internet Protocol Network is the softswitch. The softswitch is a highly programmable software-based communications platform that replaces the current digital voice switching network with intelligent switching of voice, video, and data over an Internet Protocol Network. Thus, Telepath developed softswitch technology to form the software core of the system. This enables Telepath’s Intelligent Provisioning Center (IPC) to be an intelligent network element, allowing it to evolve with the next generation networks of the service providers.  

The next piece to the IPC product puzzle was developing a switching technology that was very fast, stayed connected without power, met the transmission requirements of the next generation networks, and was small enough to allow for systems that could scale from 8 lines to thousands of lines.  

Telepath is the only company in history to develop an industry certified Automated Distribution Frame Technology that brings the dream of a Software Defined Local Loop into a reality of substantial cost savings, network modernization, and improved customer service.

 
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Certs


Telco Approved.

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Certs


Telco Approved.

 

World's ONLY CERTIFIED Automated Solution

Telepath’s Intelligent Provisioning Center (IPC) is the first and only Automated Distribution Frame Technology to receive NEBS and Telcordia OSMINE Certification. NEBS (Network Equipment Building System) is the most common set of safety, spatial and environmental design guidelines applied to telecommunications equipment in the U.S. OSMINE (Operations Systems Modifications for the Integration of Network Elements) is a process through which suppliers contract with Telcordia to modify Telcordia Operations Support Systems, so that suppliers’ products will operate in the U.S. Telco infrastructure. No U.S. Telco will install equipment in its network prior to NEBS and Telcordia OSMINE certification.  The IPC has also been successfully lab-tested by several leading Telcos in North America and Europe.

Telepath’s IPC can interface with all existing Telcordia Operating Support Systems in the Telco network, and has the ability to create an interface to a non-Telcordia Operating Support System by mapping its tags and values to its existing Telcordia interface. The IPC’s software is based on highly programmable softswitch technology, enabling the IPC to evolve with the Telcos’ next generation networks.

Telepath’s IPCs are produced in various sizes based on the number of “lines” included in the frame for use in central offices and outside plant cabinets. Common sizes are the 512 (512 lines, 1024 ports), the 1K (1,024 lines, 2,048 ports) and the 2K (2,048 lines, 4,096 ports). The IPC is scalable, non-blocking, and can service large central offices by stacking an appropriate number of 2K units.

 
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Capabilities


Ready to Deliver.

 

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Capabilities


Ready to Deliver.

 

Manufacturing Connections

Through our partnership with Celestica Inc. (NYSE, TSX: CLS), a global leader in the delivery of end-to-end product lifecycle solutions, Telepath is able to deliver a superior product through:

  • Volume Manufacturing and Systems Integration
  • Warehousing
  • Inventory Management
  • Global Logistics and Fulfillment
  • Product Lifecycle Support.