Sistelindo deploys Digitalk for VoIP services in Indonesia

Sistelindo, a local service provider for AT&T Global in Indonesia, has announced that it is working with Digitalk, an independent developer of multi-service voice switching platforms, to provide VoIP services throughout the country.

Sistelindo will deploy the Digitalk Multiservice Platform (MSP) to provide broadband telephony services to both residential and business subscribers. The service will be delivered as part of the company’s leased line and broadband (ADSL) packages and is designed to offer customers a more cost-effective, high-quality voice communications tool for both national and international services. The services will initially be targeted at existing data services customers.

The Digitalk MSP will also be used to provide a broadband telephony service to business users with a Virtual Office offering, featuring broadband voice calling, conferencing and other web-based functionality. Sistelindo plans to use the MSP to launch further services to both the residential and business markets before the end of 2007.

The operator’s initial offering, U|Phone, will offer residential users a prepaid VoIP service under the company’s U|NET services consumer brand.

“The Indonesian market is particularly advanced in trialling and succeeding with new technologies. Sistelindo’s deployment of the Digitalk MSP is yet another example of it being used by service providers to launch innovative broadband telephony services. Digitalk is pleased to be working with…Sistelindo to launch these new services to business and residential customers in Indonesia”, commented Mark Ashdown, Sales and Marketing Director, Digitalk.

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