Cataleya says it has signed an exclusive agreement with Japanese telecoms carrier and system integrator Sanntuu, under which Sanntuu will be Cataleya’s sole representative in Japan as it also uses the company’s solutions to enable Japan’s full TDM to IP migration by 2024.
Sanntuu plans to empower this migration by offering seamless managed interconnection solutions to Japanese carriers using Cataleya’s Orchid One solution. At the same time, it will be Cataleya’s commercial and technical support arm in-country, providing Japanese telecom operators contracts, engagement and support in the local language.
The migration of networks from TDM to IP is complex, expensive and tedious. To speed up Japan’s IP migration, Sanntuu will use Orchid One’s SBC and switching capabilities to handle inter-operators’ IP connectivity, and provide them with a simple, economic and unified solution, which also includes guaranteed QoS and QoE over IP.
Orchid One was specifically designed to enable the delivery of IP communications services and high-performance applications. According to Cataleya, it offers service providers full end-to-end QoS and QoE, with visibility from the transport to applications layers. The solution enables customers to manage network operations with near real-time analytics related to session, service, application, MOS/R-factor scores, network and end-to-end SLAs.
“Having been a long-standing customer of Cataleya and having gained tremendous experience in working with the Orchid product line, Sanntuu is best positioned to be our partner in such a challenging and crucial market as Japan,” said Andreas Hipp, CEO and chairman of Cataleya.