Italian network operator selects Telsis to continue modernisation with next-generation technology

EOLO SpA, Italy’s leading operator in the supply of connectivity through Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) technology, has selected Telsis’ next-generation Ocean system to replace its legacy technology. Telsis has won the deal through its partner and system integrator Connecting Project, which enjoys an existing partnership with EOLO.

Telsis Ocean Service Platform (OSP) is an Intelligent Network system now integrated with the EOLO public telephone network based on an IMS fully compliant technology. Thanks to its flexibility and leveraging on the high level of integration with EOLO CRM and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, OSP provides value-added real-time services for both residential and business markets, including real time billing and VoIP Anti-Fraud management.

Guido Garrone, Chief Technology Officer at EOLO said: “Telsis’ partnership with Connecting Project and their established position in the Italian telecoms landscape convinced us to select their technology which will be the foundation for a reliable and extremely flexible telecom application service. This new technology will enable us to deliver additional services, features and functionality to meet the demands of our existing customers and will also help us when approaching new ones.”

Peter Ritzmann, Managing Director at Telsis GmbH added: “We are proud of being selected by EOLO following a long selection process. Our solid reference base in the Italian market, our commitment and expertise in understanding specific local requirements like VoIP Anti-Fraud service and the existing close partnership between EOLO and Connecting Project made the difference.”

Luca Cecchi, Managing Director at Connecting Project said: “The close relationship we enjoy with EOLO enabled us to fully understand their requirements and to work alongside Telsis to replace EOLO’s legacy technology with a state-of-the-art next-generation service which will greatly benefit their customers.”


About Telsis:

Part of the Gamma Communications plc group, Telsis provides carriers and solution providers with Telephony and Contact Centre applications that can form the core platform for a service providers’ go-to-market offering. Telsis carrier-grade solutions enrich communication, proactively manage fraud, secure revenues and transform network performance for carriers and systems integrators. Telsis products are designed and developed in Germany and the UK. The company has served 90+ customers in 45 countries and successfully delivered 1,500+ projects over 34 years and has a presence in Europe and Africa.


About EOLO:

EOLO is a leading national telecommunications operator in the field of wireless ultra-broadband (FWA) for the residential and business market. Today EOLO is present throughout Italy with coverage in over 6,800 municipalities thanks to a network of over 3,600 BTS (radio repeaters) and more than 13,000km of fibre optic backbones. It offers service to more than 1.2 million people and about 75,000 between companies, public administration bodies and professionals through connectivity solutions with a strong focus on the areas characterized by the so-called “Digital divide”. EOLO counts on a network of over 15,000 employees including collaborators, technical installers and commercial partners in the area. Further information on EOLO services is available on the website


About Connecting Project:

Connecting Project is a leading system integrator and service provider in the field of telecommunications. The company has been implementing future-proof telecommunications networks for public and private network operators for more than 15 years. In addition to the construction, provision, installation and maintenance of transport, access and IMS/soft switch networks, Connecting Project offers a wide range of services as well as managed and cloud services with its own network/security operation centre. Furthermore, the company’s portfolio includes a wide range of security solutions for VoIP as well as special security products for operators of critical infrastructures.