WHAT WE DO
Telsis partners with Network Operators to create services that allow them to target enterprise customers and to assist them transition to become digital service providers.
Our powerful, programmable platform, the Ocean Services Platform (OSP) also underpins a range core network and middleware services that allow our customers to operate their networks efficiently, reducing operational costs.
With the multi-service OSP, network operators and system integrators are able to build their own bespoke digital services. Incorporating media functions and backend service integration, such services are designed to generate new revenue streams, deliver cost and efficiency savings and differentiate from competitors.
Enterprise Communications Enterprises are often the largest generators of revenue for Network Operators. They require sophisticated, high-value services that operators are often uniquely positioned to provide. Telsis provides Enterprise Communications services for Network Operators that deliver the collaboration and communications facilities their enterprise customers are looking for.
OCEAN SERVICES PLATFORM
Ocean Services Platform (OSP) is the brain at the centre of the network. The OSP is the foundation of Telsis' network services, and provides 'Network Intelligence’ in a programmable multi-service platform which gives operators and system integrators the ability to rapidly implement and deploy new digital services across next generation and legacy networks.
Telsis In Numbers
Years of Innovation
Million Subscribers using Telsis Messaging Platforms
Million Calls per hour Made on Telsis Platforms
Million Simultaneous Calls Handled by Telsis Voice Platforms
We have served 90 operators in 45 countries
What customers say about Telsis
Joachim SchärfProject Manager, VSE NET
We knew it would be a challenge, but Telsis met our deadline and we in turn met all of our targets. The application server delivers all that we wanted from the first stage of this programme and we are now turning our attention to the next phase.
Javier Fernandez-AmigoCTO, Neo Sky, Spain
As it stands, the Telsis platform gives us far greater flexibility than the alternatives we were offered, and it also enables us to migrateto an IMS future in controlled stages with minimal risk. With the Telsis roadmap, we know how we will transition to IMS in logical, affordable steps that minimise risk both for us and for our customers
Frank EwenHead of Switching and Voice, NetCologne
We evaluated five potential vendors before we decided to go with Telsis. The ability to run multiple simultaneous services in both old and new network domains was essential for us. We also wanted a platform with a credible development path. Support for emergency call location was another must-have.
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