Tuesday, July 22, 2008

PsipTN Connects Consumer Electronic Devices To Universal SIP Network

TelTel, a provider of SIP-based global network platform, today launches its enhanced Public SIP Transport Network (PsipTN) enabling consumer electronics devices to be seamlessly connected and universally interoperable over the PsipTN. Users of consumer electronics and telecommunications devices connected to the PsipTN can now easily manage all their devices, subscribe to new services and share content from a single web portal anywhere in the world.

PsipTN is a managed peer-to-peer standards-based open network platform currently connecting over 2 Million users worldwide that rely on it for voice, multimedia and audio/video content and a variety of hosted services. Serving as a layer above the traditional Internet, PsipTN acts as a global network computing cloud equipped with standards-based open interfaces to allow consumer electronics devices to be seamlessly connected to this network. PsipTN provides interoperability with all PsipTN-ready hardware, IP endpoints and soft clients.

PsipTN employs adaptive peer-to-peer media transmission to ensure the highest QoS. Furthermore, devices connected to PsipTN are assured of seamless traversal of signal and media across different firewalls and network address translators (NAT), Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) gateways and web proxies. Benefits of connecting to the PsipTN also include auto-provisioning, automatic firmware upgrade, one-button diagnostics, and anti-spoofing, which protects against packet data masked as a trusted source.

"Most consumer electronic devices are still not web-enabled, so they require complex configurations to connect to the Internet," said Jack Chang, COO of TelTel. "PsipTN is no longer just a VoIP platform—it now also provides device manufacturers including OEMs and ODMs with a network platform to support their consumer devices and services. The new features of PsipTN simplify and automate the process of connecting consumer electronic devices to the Internet and make them, in effect, plug-and-play."

TelTel partners with brand name consumer electronics device manufacturers as well as OEM/ODM device manufacturers to enable their products to be connected to PsipTN. Device manufacturers take advantage of TelTel's robust PsipTN platform and the rich repertoire of compatible value-added services resident on PsipTN to increase hardware sales and decrease customer service cost. As an open platform, PsipTN also encourages partners and developers to continually create and offer new revenue generating applications and services that can enrich the user experience of the devices.


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