Berkshire, 1st December 2002 - Redwood''s latest DNX-1100™ Intelligent Switch has now been approved for interconnection with the Deutsche Telekom network for indirect access (1xxx) services, prepaid calling card and freephone services. This is the latest in a series of international approvals for Redwood''s communications server platform.

The new Deutsche Telekom approval for ETSI-ISUP, in conjunction with Redwood''s existing BT NIF approval, will enable Redwood''s international customers to gain provisional authorisation for connection to most networks where specific approvals have not yet been undertaken.

The approval for connection will benefit OLOs (other licensed operators) requiring direct interconnection to the Deutsche Telekom network using Signalling System #7 (SS7/C7). In gaining this approval, Redwood joins a select group of manufacturers that have managed to pass the stringent requirements of Deutsche Telekom''s testing.

Scalable from tens to thousands of ports in a single footprint, applications for Redwood''s DNX-1100 intelligent switch include mass calling, televoting, Internet telephony, audio conferencing, prepaid calling card and Unified Messaging.

December 1, 2002
Category: News